The Apple iPhone 6 is enjoying tremendous sales success as all reports point out to record-breaking demand for the 4.7-inch gadget, but what is it that makes the iPhone 6 special? Sure, iOS 8 with its sleek looks and fast operation is a big part of it, but the outstanding, premium sleek design of the iPhone 6 is also a decisive factor for many.
But what if you want that same iPhone 6 style, only running on Android? It's all possible in one country, and if you guessed China, you guessed correctly.
It's a shameless, but masterful clone. The Dakele 3 is expected to to on sale in December, and it ships with an unknown version of Android (likely, 4.4 KitKat, skinned with Dakele's own custom UI), and a 64-bit, octa-core MediaTek MT6572 chip (some rumors even speculate that it might have a Snapdragon 8xx version) with 3 gigs of RAM. It's also got a 13-megapixel main camera using the popular Sony IMX214 sensor with an f/2.0 lens.
We don't know if it's as thin as the iPhone, neither do we know if it will spur the same 'bend-gate' scandals, but all in all, it looks like a very high-end affair. Would you get it?