From a distance, you might easily mistake it with the real deal; put a case on it in order to hide the non-Apple logo at the back and the less-initiated will congratulate you for your new iPhone 6. We're not exaggerating at all - apart from the different logo at the back and the marginally-different placement of the hardware buttons on the side, it will be rather hard to tell that the 7.25mm-thin Dakele Big Cola 3 is not, actually, Cupertino's flagship. The lack of a mute toggle on the left side and the additional slot for a microSD card are a dead giveaway, mind you.
We also have 16GB of native storage, accompanied by a microSD card slot, which supports memory cards of up to 128GB in size. At the rear, a 13MP Sony IMX214 camera sensor with an aperture of f/2.0 takes care of the images, while up front another Sony-made sensor, an 8MP Sony IMX219 one, will snap as many selfies you'd want it to. It comes without saying that the Dakele Big Cola 3 is running Android, Android 4.4 KitKat, if we have to be exact.
Most probably, the phone will not leave China. If you, however, find a way to lay your hands on it, be advised that it will set you back roughly $243.
So, what's the verdict - a shameless iPhone 6/6 Plus clone or a beautiful, well-spec'd and low-cost smartphone?
source: iGeek via GSMDome