The No.1 Mi4 is a blatant clone of the very popular Xiaomi Mi 4. But is it any good? Lets find out in the No.1 Mi4 review!
No.1 is famous for its blatantly cloned phones, but that hasn’t stopped the company from launching another bunch!
After the Neo M1, we haven’t heard much from this small phone maker. They are still around though and they are launching the Neo MX4.
After releasing a OnePlus One clone, Landvo have taken a shine to the Huawei Ascend Mate 7 and released the 64bit Landvo L600S.
Bird have released real images of their 64bit iPhone 6 clone after getting official TENAA certification earlier this month.
Xiaomi Mi4 clones are sure to be popular this year, so we take the time to go hands on with one of the first to hit the market! The DOOGEE DG850 Hitman.
Mediatek’s 64bit processors are giving smaller phone makers a boost to help them tackle main phone makers, even if they are producing clones.
This US$150 phone is a surprising piece of kit. It looks and feels thrice its price, and pulls of some neat tricks while at it: Meet the No.1 Mi4!
Chinese car maker Land Wind are set to launch their Land Wind X7 in China shortly much to the anger of Jaguar Land Rover bosses who say the car is a clone of the Evoque!
Pro fever it taking hold in China! After the launch of the Meizu MX4 Pro we have visited many manufacturers in Shenzhen who are all keen to add a ‘Pro’ to their range. Elephone are one of the first with the familiar looking Elephone P8 Pro.
If you have lived in China, or even been there for a short visit you may have come across a few familiar looking cars on the road, well familiar at first glance at least.
No.1 have started to leak photos of their new phone. The No. Plus is yet again another clone, this time of the popular OnePlus One.
It’s not only the big name brands that get cloned, but also popular devices from brands like JiaYu who are warning customers to be vigilant when ordering G4S and G5S models from China.
Even with the year coming to an end we still haven’t managed to get to that point in time where Chinese phone makers realise that cloning is going the way of the dodo, so here is the Kingsing S1+.
iPhone 6 fever has hit China as much as every country, but as always it is only Chinese manufacturers who are quick to make cheap knock offs.
Subor returned from the 80’s this week with a remarkably cheap Android powered Xiaomi Mi4 clone, now they are back at TENAA headquarters with a Meizu knock-off.
One of the original 1980’s clone makers from China is back with a knock off Xiaomi Mi4 costing only $65!
More leaked renders of the Elephone P4000 show inspiration from Xiaomi, Meizu and Nubia!
The KingSing S2 is looking more and more impressive as we learn more about it. We list some of the most interesting features of this LG G3 wannabe below.
Another of China’s infamous clone makers have clawed their way out of the woodwork with their own interpretation of an iPhone 6 clone.