Karma strikes as Samsung’s Galaxy S6 gets cloned


Samsung is learning a lesson Apple has known for years. People copy. Photo: Gizchina

Call it karma if you want, but after years of copying Apple’s iPhone designs, Samsung’s much-praised Galaxy S6 smartphone has apparently already received its first knockoff.

Made by a company called No.1, the phone looks extremely similar to Samsung’s new device, only minus the Samsung logo, featuring the Note 4’s user interface instead of the S6’s, and sporting a wonky home button which looks like it’s a firm shake away from falling out.

Check out more of the incriminating photos below.






In terms of spec, the ripoff device — due out next month — boasts a MediaTek quad-core processor, along with 1 or 2GB of RAM, and either 16GB or 32GB storage configurations. Of course, it also won’t carry the same pricetag as the Galaxy S6, but that’s no reason to support knockoff artists.

Particularly since Samsung seems to have finally created a must-have smartphone after a few years of flailing around.

Source: Gizchina

Via: Redmondpie