A fake iPhone 5 clone showing up in China already and Chinese counterfeiters have already started producing an iPhone 5 knock-off partially based on the leaked designs. This fake iPhone 5 is being sold for $108 USD with a JAVA based OS, MP3 and MP4 playback and Wi-Fi and e phone reportedly boasts an internal flash storage capacity of 64GB, a claim which our source clearly has got no intention of buying…………….
With all the rumours about Apple‘s upcoming iPhone 5 starting to circulate around the Internet, it was only a matter of time before some enterprising Chinese OEM would attempt to one-up Apple and get a jump on the Cupertino giant by studying what are allegedly the leaked images of Apple‘s elusive smartphone and releasing its own iPhone 5 knockoff that sports design elements resembling those found on the aforementioned leaked images. According to a report posted by Giz-China, this particular iPhone 5 sports a body which is built mostly out of black plastic and is said to be no thicker than 7mm. In addition, Giz-China claims that the Chinese OEM responsible for designing this particular knockoff has definitely done its homework, considering how the overall design of the clone bears a striking resemblance to the dimensions and shape sported by leaked images of casings for the actual iPhone 5 smartphone. Last but not least, Giz-China has also confirmed that this particular iPhone 5, unlike most cloned Chinese smartphones will not be powered off a custom-skinned version of the Android operating system. Instead, users will get to play around with a proprietary JAVA-based operating system upon purchase of this smartphone, along with support for basic features such as MP3 playback and Internet connectivity via WiFi and the phone reportedly boasts an internal flash storage capacity of 64GB, a claim which our source clearly has got no intention of buying. For 699 Yuan ($108) you get also get a iPhone 5.
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