Apple Copycat "hiPhone 5" Lands In China


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There’s no shortage of copy-catted electronics circulating around China, but the latest gadget to come to attention is a doozy.It’s called the hiPhone 5, and CNBC reports that it’s selling for as little as $31 USD.

It’s based on the leaked images of Apple’s upcoming iPhone 5 — a thinner body with rounded edges.

The Shanghai-based newspaper Metro Express describes it as “extremely light, like a plastic toy.” This is apparently the case with most knockoff electronics.

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