You might remember the neat collection of Apple iPhone 6
clones that we shared with you recently
, a handful of almost perfect though quite brazen and audacious devices that were inspired by Cupertino's most recent smartphones down to almost each and every detail.
It seems that we might have another brand new and quite worthy candidate for the list - the upcoming UlePhone Dare N1.
It's hinted that this Chinese handset will also sport an aluminum frame, a round home button with an embedded fingerprint scanner, and the general exterior design of a regular iPhone 6 except for the mute toggle on the left side of the handset.
Although unconfirmed at this point, the rumored specs of the UlePhone Dare N1 include an octa-core processor (a MediaTek one, probably), 2GB of RAM, a 5.5-inch 720p display at the front, as well as a 13MP rear camera. Of course, the OS of choice is Android.
Have in mind that the image below is a render based on UlePhone's marketing material, thus the final device might be a bit different from what you see. Nevertheless, the phone will most certainly retain its iPhone looks.