Samsung Galaxy S III is without a doubt the most hyped Android device out there. So, what about its clone? Here are some of the remarkable features: it comes fully loaded with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, a 4.8 inch 1280×720 multi-touch screen, dual-SIM card slots and a 2500mAh battery. What’s more? Check out more information after the break.
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.
Can anyone explain why the hell is there a N9 knockoff appearing at CES? Hey Nokia! Where did all your lawyers go?
After we reported the Shanzhai market continuously suffered crackdown from Shenzhen Market Authority, the amount of knockoff phones had significantly slashed, have been a while that we did not report some nice knockoff gadgets but today we have got a Samsung Galaxy S2 clone. Hope you like it! Videos, photos and full specs after the break.
Last Friday was the celebration of China’s communist party 90th anniversary, the Chinese phone maker also specifically made a handset for it. “Jin Changhong 1958″ is the model name, designed in dark green with golden shiny numpad, looks like the People’s Liberation Army (PLA)! More details after the break.
Someone said the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc is the device he will be recommending to almost anyone who asks him which Android device to go for. Well, the knockoff makers heard this, and they went ahead and copied the Xperia Arc. And boom! Introducing the DR, probably the thinnest phone in the Shanzhai market yet. Take a look for yourself after the break.
Finally we know what the knockoff makers do when police officers visit their secret shanzhai cellphone ‘workshop’. Throw everything out of the window! Yup, four silly shanzhai dealers decide to throw everything out of the window from their 18th floor apartment before the police bash in their front door and seize all the stuff. They even burn the transaction records. Detailed news report after the break.
Google’s Nexus S is one of the outstanding Android smartphones we have seen this year. So why not make a knockoff of it? Well, our dream comes true, here’s the first ever Nexus S knockoff, named as K1000D.
Since November last year, Shenzhen Market Authority continuously crackdown on Intelligent Property Right (IPR) and knockoff products. Apparently, Shenzhen is the main focus of this operation.
We have been dreaming for Apple’s iPhone 5, but the knockoff makers somehow created one before Apple does it. It’s got an really unique design, comes with a tiny click-wheel like button and the keypads are aligned in two horizontal rows… What’s more, it has a Verizon logo. Cool. More pics after the jump.
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