Recently, many inexpensive mobile phones with iPhone-like designs have emerged from small Chinese brand manufacturers. Gionee’s G13 Pro and P50 Pro smartphones, both of which are very low priced but have very similar designs to Apple and even Huawei, these are also issues raised by Apple against these brands.
And recently a new smartphone has been launched and has the exact same shape as the iPhone, only the difference is that it comes from the manufacturer Meizu, not Gionee.
The name of Meizu’s new smartphone is mBlu 10S. The notch screen on the front and the diagonal camera cluster on the back show that Meizu stole the design concept of the iPhone 13, according to the render images that have been shared.
Notably, Meizu not only researched the design but also carelessly used the iPhone 11 wallpaper to make the wallpaper for Meizu mBlu 10S. It’s hard to understand how a company as famous as Meizu could introduce such a smartphone when everyone knows it’s a steal.
The low profile of iPhone clones is a typical feature. Meizu mBlu 10S is equipped with a low-performance Unisoc T310 processor, 4 or 6 GB RAM and 64 or 128 GB extra memory with memory card support. The phone has a 6.5-inch IPS HD+ LCD display, an 8MP selfie camera on the front, and a 48MP + 2MP + 0.3MP triple camera on the back. It is available in black, white and blue colors.
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