Attack of the Chinese iPhone Clones

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Attack of the Chinese iPhone Clones

Here's an ad for one of the Chinese iPhone clones. While my Chinese is a little rusty, and when I say rusty, I mean I have no idea what these people are saying. It seems the Chinese iPhone has shake and talk.

 

From the look of the video, you just shake your phone to make a call, answer and hang up the phone.

 

 

 

If anyone out there wants to translate in the comments, that would be grand.

 

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Anonymous

...yet another reason why I have been totally boycotting Chinese products. I'm a student with limited funds, yet I will pay more for non-China products, or do without them altogether. We are at economic war with these people, they do not play fair, they play to win, and unless we collectively rise up against them, they will.

I don't even eat Chinese food anymore...been over two years.

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Anonymous

Completely agree. They aren't fair and we must stay together to fight against them. They are destroying some countries economies.

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Jack

You gotta wonder how many of these iClones will slip out of someones hand as they shake them. Then the poor owner will be left having to clean up the chunks of Lead and GHB that come pouring out.

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Tyler

These guys are so pathetically shameless, I mean, they have "think different" in the ad, and an iPhone wallpaper! Little iCloners...

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Bren

It's the Etch-A-Sketch Screen Refresh!

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Anonymous

After you try it once an hour later you'll have the urge to try it again.

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Anonymous

Love how they cop "think different" as if it were their own.

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Anonymous

Well its mostly lead ; )

At least the iPhone is a little more Parkinson's friendly... (not 100% though)

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Scott

The 1600 yuan version translates to $217.10.
The 1990 yuan version translates to $270.02.

I guess all that cheap labor and cheap parts will keep the prices down!!

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Me

The ChiPhone! Once you start shaking it, you can't stop!

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