Buying This iPhone 5 Knockoff Would Make You Feel Like A Secret Agent

November 6th, 2012 in , , ,

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Goophone i5 is a brilliant iPhone 5 knockoff which launched in China before Apple announced the iPhone 5.

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Xiaomi Phone 2 Pre-production Unit Unboxing and Hands-on.

October 1st, 2012 in , , ,

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Simple packaging for Xiaomi Phone 2, it doesn’t provide ear bug.
Xiaomi Phone 2 Review: Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi has officially announced Xiaomi Phone 2 in Beijing during August, and the Android handset has a scheduled release date in October.

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The Chinese Make Their Own iPhone 5: The Goophone i5 (video)

August 29th, 2012 in , , ,

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What’s this? Appearing on its Chinese forum, ahead of Apple’s special event on Sept. 12, Chinese company Goophone is able to “knock off” Apple’s upcoming sixth-generation iPhone based on renderings and leaks, and they present us the Goophone i5, featuring the new two-tone metal back design of the new iPhone. More photos after the break, and a never-before-seen video showing the production line of the Goophone.

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So, this Goophone i5 looks a lot like an iPhone, sporting a 3.5-inch display with 940 x 640 pixels, a 5-megapixel camera sensor on the back and a 1.3-megapixel camera on the front. The best part? It runs a quad-core processor, however, GHz count is unknown. Also, other useful details like pricing and availability are still widely unknown. Well, we think we want one. Not to use as our everyday phone, but just to play with and show off our Chinese iPhone 5 ripoff before Apple unveils the new iPhone.

Source: Goophone BBS (Chinese Translated)



Xiaomi Phone 2 Launch Event Looks Like Apple Keynote with Steve Jobs (Video)

August 17th, 2012 in , , , , , , , , , ,

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The Xiaomi Phone 2, the high-end Chinese smartphone that aims to challenge Apple’s iPhone’s market share in China, has announced in Beijing on Thusday. Aesthetically similar to Meizu MX 4-core, the new mobile device features Qualcomm latest quad-core chip, 2 GB RAM and 16GB memory, a 4.3-inch 720p IPS display with the highest pixel density, all at a compellingly super low price point at 1999 yuan (US$310, contract free). We have attended the launch party in Beijing, which is considered to be equivalent to Apple’s keynote event. We have round-up all the highlights of the event, click in to find out how the Xiaomi Phone 2 will shake-up the whole smartphone market in China …
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Second-gen Xiaomi Phone Leak, 720p Screen with Quad-core Chip for Only $300 ?

July 22nd, 2012 in , , , , ,


The next generation Xiaomi Phone is coming soon. Some exclusive photos and info have leaked out from Foxconn factories. The MI-2 will boast an improved screen with 720p resolution, and powered by a quad-core processor from Qualcomm.

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Xiaomi Phone Almost Passes The iPhone to Become Best Selling Phone in China This Year

May 18th, 2012 in ,

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Chinese low-end smartphone maker Xiaomi has announced that they will team up with China Unicom to offer the Xiaomi Phone through the telecom operator, just like what Apple did. And guess what, the company sold out all of its inventory of 100,000 Xiaomi phones in three hours when the company started a new round of online sales. This record is definitely comparable to what Apple achieved for the sales of iPhone 4 or 4S.

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Review The World’s First Android 4.0 Smart TV

May 7th, 2012 in , , , , , , ,

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The Lenovo game console also rolled out about the same time as the Smart TV. Lenovo Smart TV has made it global debut at Suning stores in four major cities in China (Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou and Nanjing) last week, which was about the same time that Lenovo game console (CT510) rolled out. The company has began accepting pre-order for a roughly about a month already. So now, we are going to review it!

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Xiaomi Knockoff Is The Cheapest Clone That You Can Get! (video)

March 13th, 2012 in , ,

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We all know how popular Xiaomi phone is in China and now it has a lot of its clones all over the Chinese e-commerce platform. Price ranging from 388 yuan – 1,600 yuan ($63 – $258). Of course, these clones are less powerful than the original, but there’re also some features that you couldn’t have on the original Xiaomi M1.
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Gallery: HTC’s First Chinese Flagship Store in Beijing

March 7th, 2012 in , , , ,

Taiwanese smartphone vendor HTC has recently opened its first Chinese flagship store in Beijing.

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