Imitation might be the sincerest form of flattery, but surely there comes a time when it might be a wee bit too much to have that many different clones for a particular device. Of course, with Apple’s successful iPhone range, you know for sure that there will be a slew of cloned devices out there – and nary a single one of those will run on the iOS platform. This time around, just like the delicious looking Dakele 3 that we caught whiff of earlier this week, would be the Texet iX-maxi iPhone 6 clone, which hails all the way from Russia and would cost approximately $175 thereabouts.
The Texet iX-maxi makes no mistake about being an iPhone 6 clone, where it sports some rather startling close comparisons to the real deal, including its dimensions that goes like this – 138mm х 67mm х 7mm versus the iPhone 6’s 138.1mm x 67mm x 6.9mm. It is also a couple of grams lighter than the 129 gram iPhone 6, and there is also a protruding back camera, now how about that?
Of course, there are other ways to tell it apart from the real deal at one glance, and that would be a missing mute toggle at the side, not to mention a home button that seems to be inspired more by the Meizu MX4 than anything else. As for its hardware specifications, this is where the Texet iX-maxi loses out – bad, no thanks to an LCD display with a resolution of 540 x 960 pixels and just 8GB of internal memory. Just another empty gong, this.