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Friday, 23 June 2017

This is the reason why Chinese manufacturers copy the iPhone

A couple of days ago that the OnePlus 5 made its debut in partnership with a rather disparate result , while some are truly impressed by its design and specifications - is a monster in terms of features - and costs something less than 500 euros, Others are astounded by its blatant external resemblance to the iPhone 7 Plus , something that could be very expensive if Apple decides to sue them .

As you see in the picture, Apple fanboys are right: the same arrangement of the dual camera, the flash and the microphone, the same outline and shape, the antenna bands are also located in the same place and even the logo is located At the same height. But there are some differences and surprisingly, the Chinese manufacturer boasted that at least the OnePlus5 had jack connection distilling pure premeditation and treachery .

But if we go to the Chinese market we find that the OnePlus 5 is not the only one that draws heavily on Apple's iPhone design , in fact the list is long of imitators and looks like it will continue to grow: Nubia Z17, Gionee S10, Xiaomi My 6, Huawei Honor 9, Huawei Honor V9, Huawei P10, Huawei Nova 2, Smartisan U Pro, Meizu Pro 6 Plus, Vivo X9, Umidigi Z ... Some even even try to copy the iOS user interface, Oppo R11. Why would the Chinese like the design of the iPhone 7 Plus so much?

For the reason is much simpler than it seems and in a way it should please the Cupertino ones. Apparently, for a phone to be considered high-end in China, so that quality smartphone image, has to look like an iPhone, is something purely psychological. And if it is not, the smartphone in question does not sell. Obviously, Apple's brand image evokes design, quality, stability, security, status ... something that does not give an Android .

And it's curious because it seems to work . Oppo phones are considered the Chinese iPhone and in the Asian country they sell more than the original ones. In addition, the manufacturers of OnePlus are a subsidiary company of Oppo. Knowing this, everything makes sense.

But of course, are the Chinese above the law? That it is a clone is more than evident and Apple does not invest time and money in developing its designs and implementing new technologies so that these are shot at the first change and without consequences. Will Apple dare sue the entire Chinese network?

Via | The World Gist

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