A new hands-on video of an iPhone 11 Max clone, running Android has just hit the web. Check it out out right here!
Apple's upcoming March 21st Spring media event is expected to focus heavily on the introduction of a new 4-inch device that brings the iPhone's smaller form-factor back to consumers. If however, you simply can't wait to get your hands on that device, and have been secretly yearning for Apple to fall back to the smaller shape and size of the iPhone 5s, then you can pay a visit to the infamous Shenzhen Market in China right now and get your hands on what is being marketed as an "iPhone SE"; a cheap copy of the Chinese manufacturers interpretation of what Apple could announce later this month.
There are many iPhone 4 knockoffs in China, and most of them looks very similar to Apple’s iPhone 4. However, this SoPhone looks almost identical. Infact at first sight, this phone doesn’t look like a knockoff at all. Moreover, not only does this phone have the same appearance as the iPhone 4, the UI looks and works just like iOS 4.x.
The iPhone 5 is yet to be seen, demoed or even announced by Apple, but this hasn't stopped a Chinese manufacturer from demoing an iPhone 5 ‘clone’. It’s very likely that the clone is not running iOS and is more likely running Android with a custom iPhone skin on it. As you can see from the picture below there has not been much imagination used, as it looks more like a thinner version of the 3GS than anything else.
Here is yet another one of those crap-gadgets that are good for nothing. The Sansui P72 is an oversized iPhone clone which is powered by a 1GHz Via C7-M CPU, and backed with 1GB of DDR2 ram and 32GB SSD. It features two USB ports (take that iPad !) along with one that doubles as eSATA, a 1.3 MP webcam, Gigabit Ethernet, and a 3 hours of battery life. The 7-inch resistive touchscreen with 800 x 480 isn’t something to write home about. Oh and this Apple clone runs Microsoft Windows XP, with an iPhone OS like interface layer to go on top of it.
Chinese are known for making clones of the Western products, especially of the popular electronics and digital devices which comparatively cost less than the original products. Earlier, we reported about an iPad clone which was available in China even before Apple iPad was released in US. Same is the case with Chinese “iPhome 4G”, which is a copy of the next Apple iPhone and is now available in China for one third of the price.
Designer Anthony De Rosa of ADR Studio is back, this time with a design which has been inspired by the recently “lost/stolen” real next-gen iPhone which was reviewed and ripped apart by the folks at Gizmodo. Anthony explains his design as follows.
For many, Android on a 3.5 inch capacitive multi-touch screen in an iPhone –like package will be a dream phone to have. This is what exactly a Chinese manufacturer has tried to do with APhone A6. APhone A6 is an Android powered iPhone clone boasting of a dual core processor, 2.0 megapixel camera and with an iPhone –like theme running on top of Google Android OS. It is believed to support multi-touch functionality which is kind of strange, given that it runs on Android 1.5 which doesn’t offer support for multi-touch screens.