While Samsung might well be the iPhone photo copier emeritus, there are some newcomers which are even much more blatant as well as profligate in duping anything emanating out of Cupertino.

Previously this summer, we profiled Xiaomi, a customer electronics business out of China whose products as well as marketing products obtain far as well liberally from the iPhone and the iPad. Somewhat bizarrely, Xiaomi Chief Executive Officer Bouquet Jun is an unabashed Steve Jobs follower who prefers to run out on stage using a black t-shirt as well as denims and has, in the past, thrown up a “one more thing” slide throughout product presentations.

Not to be outshined, Lenovo just recently determined to go into the “permit’s copy the iPhone” video game as well. And also they’re playing for keeps.

Android Authority (via Gizmobic) points us to the Lenovo iPhone 6. Oh wait, my bad. It’s actually the Lenovo s90 Sisley. Offered the blatant copying taking place here, it’s not a surprise that the s90 is just readily available for investment in China.

Take a more detailed look and you’ll notice that those rounded symbols bear a specific resemblance to iOS. The Songs as well as Photos icons are specifically outright.

Lenovo also presumed regarding try and also simulate the iPhone 6’s wallpaper. Look into this picture contrast.

However wait, there’s even more!

Both Gizmobic and also Android Authority have several additional pictures highlighting the exceptional resemblance the s90 births to the iPhone 6.

Et tu, Lenovo? The outright iPhone copying game proceeds originally appeared on TUAW: Apple news, reviews as well as how-tos considering that 2004 on Fri, 07 Nov 2014 15:00:00 EST. Please view our terms for use of feeds.Et tu, Lenovo?

TUAW: Apple news, reviews and how-tos since 2004The blatant iPhone copying game proceeds originally shown up on TUAW: Apple news, assessments as well as how-tos because 2004 on Fri, 07 Nov 2014 15:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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