Alright, this isn’t really any tomfoolery. If you thought no other smartphone could ever match wits with Apple’s aesthetically built, revolutionary iPhone 5, you might have to shift your thoughts around. Why? Well, we have just listed down some really ‘cool’ smartphones that can not only lock horns with each other, but also ‘surprisingly’ hail from the Chinese Market. Take a look!
Whether it’s an expertise in tail-gaiting the dynamic design trends or integrating a personal design with a chunk of great features, Xiaomi M1 certainly looks a close competent tad to Apple’s new iPhone 5. Touted to be the first Android smartphone from Xiaomi, the mobile device comes equipped with an impressive 4 inch display and 8 megapixel camera – two attributes that definitely keep the smartphone stand proud next to Apple’s slice. Underneath the sleek chassis, you will find a powerful dual-core 1.2GHz processor and MIUI operating system to take care of your multimedia needs. You will get this one for about $245.
Meizu MX Dual Core
Based on Android for transmogrifying your entire experience, Meizu MX Dual Core smartphone walks straight from the Chinese marketplace to give Apple iPhone 5 a close mirror feel (although, that gets a bit too stretched here). Designed pretty interestingly with certain cues picked up straight from Apple’s box, the device features a dual core 1GHz Samsung Exynos processor and 8 megapixel camera. However, the handset (tagged at $313) has apparently been attacked by some raised brows of Apple lawyers for integrating a body that resembles too much to their iPhone 5.
Meizu MX 4-Core
Although second competent smartphone from Meizu, but it undoubtedly holds the key to intrigue as those swept off their feet by Apple’s innovative iPhone. Faster and better than others in the league, the powerful Chinese smartphone boasts of its unique 4 inch touchscreen display and amazing light sensors. To enhance your experience, the company didn’t really forget to incorporate impressive 960 x 640 resolution, GPS and gyroscopes. The smartphone extracts power from its Flyme OS and makes sure that you get a truly intuitive mobile interaction with nothing to shell out above $407.
Beidou Little Pepper
Another Chinese smartphone which has been selling like hot cakes (for its striking competence with Apple iPhone 5) is Beidou Little Pepper. Enshrouded in a super sleek, glossy framework, the handset treats you with a smooth 4 inch touchscreen and an efficient dual core 1GHz processor. Although the handset touts to be the cheapest dual core Google smartphone at $109, the stylish Little Pepper goes big with Android 4.0 OS under the hood.
Last but not the least, JiaYu G3 completes our list of the top Chinese smartphones that can actually match their strength with Apple’s extraordinarily mighty iPhone 5. Wrapped in an aluminium body (pretty much like your throat-cutting iPhone), the device shares a large 4.5” touchscreen and a powerful dual core 1GHz MT6577 processor. Tagged at $210, the smartphone takes care of all your multimedia and entertainment needs by planking down a strong 2750mAh battery and graphics accelerator. And yes (not to forget), there’s an 8 megapixel camera as well.
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bharat gautam says
you have to think over again
what you have wrote
did you wana compare Apple to chinese?
Pray to God that Steve Job is dead!!!
otherwise he will shut ur site down
lol, no offense, its a Guest post by someone, ofcourse, everyone knew IOS devices are the best, including me 🙂
Just cannot trust these Chinese models as I heard there have been people using phones from China and the device just exploded! I rather pay more and buy a more trust worthy brand in Apple’s iPhone.
Jignesh Padhiyar says
Didn’t know there were competitive companies outside of Samsung and other Taiwanese/Korean players who had a strong funding for creating such smartphones. Besides a little problem with the pronunciations, all these smartphones seem to have a very powerful system. But it’s a little sad to see that Android isn’t supported on most of these devices.