Plenty of iPhone 5 clones stemming from China have already emerged, with some released even before the device was announced. The latest clone, in particular, seems to be a spitting image of the smartphone.
ZoPhone's model utilizes Android as its operating system, with the device itself not featuring Apple’s logo. While it'll be cheaper than the iPhone 5, ZoPhone seemingly copied the firm's design all the way down to copying images of the iPhone 5 stolen from Apple's official website.
Entitled the i5, the device apparently features a four-inch display, as well as a 1,136 x 640 resolution.
Also included is a Mediatek MT6577 dual-core SoC that clocks in at 1.2GHz, which is accompanied by 1GB of RAM, 4 GB onboard storage, a microSD card slot, a rear-facing 8-megapixel camera and a 1,400mAh battery. Although the smartphone doesn't come bundled with the new iPhone headphones, EarPods, the popular Earbuds are instead included, as is a Siri clone and Apple’s Lighting adapter.
The Zophone i5 is reportedly due to go on sale for around $200 (£124).