GooPhone, a name from the dark past of Chinese phone, has come back from the dead just after the launch of the latest Apple device with details of their knock off iPhone 7 Plus!
After seeing two different phone makers announce and promote their latest knock off designs we ask “s there really still a market for clone phones?”
GooPhone have been fast off the mark and have already listed there very own Samsung Galaxy S5 clone named the GooPhone S5!
Unboxing and hands on video with the octacore GooPhone N3, Samsung Galaxy Note 3 clone.
The HTC One might be ripe for replacement but there is no denying that great design! Small Chinese phone makers agree to and keep rolling out clones of the HTC One including this new gold model from Pulid
Chinese phone maker HDC have hit headlines in the past due to their HTC One clones, but this time they get the limelight as the makers of the world’s cheapest octacore smarpthone!
Chinese phone makers have been making Galaxy Note 3 clones even before Samsung announced their phablet. The unlocked Orientphone N8000 at just $132 is the cheapest we have seen so far!
Another octacore phone enters the fray, the Orientphone N8 is another Galaxy Note 3 wannabe with the latest 1.7Ghz 8-core processor.
With the delay in releasing the WCDMA Xiaomi Mi3, Chinese knock-off makers have already started to launch their own low-cost clones of the latest Xiaomi phone.
We’ve seen quite a few iPhone clones from China over the years, which fondly (or otherwise) are titled ‘ChiPhone’ by some.
Huawei’s Ascend P6 has not only proven to be popular with customers but also phone makers who are building clones around the slender phone!
Looking back at launches that have taken place in the past few weeks, it seems like Chinese manufacturers are going back to where they started from; manufacturing clones.
Hands on video and first impressions of the No.1 5C iPhone 5C clone, are all iPhone 5C clones equal or are some better than others?
Apple’s colourful iPhone 5C smartphone isn’t receiving as much love as first hoped, and with great Android running iPhone 5C clones like this to choose from it is little surprise.
Long after most phone companies had done so, No.1 have finally update the S6 to a 1.5Ghz MT6589T processor.
Xiaomi clones are common here in China, but not brand is quite as bold as Xiao U, who have produced a low cost Mi2S clone.
Chinese manufacturer No.1 have grown tired of waiting for the arrival of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, so have launched their own tablet with N3 styling and built-in stylus.
Xiaomi’s popularity has spawned a number of know off phones in China, and now clones of the high performance handset are showing up in Taiwan.
Sino CES has attracted companies from all over China, and it didn’t take us long to come across a couple of Android powered iPad mini clones.
Ainol are back with a new quad-core Android tablet named the Ainol Novo 8 Dream F1, which while a little long in the name department …