Well, it had to happen – the iPhone 6 being cloned, that is. After all, this is not the first time that Apple’s flagship device had undergone a cloning process, and you can be darn sure that it will not be the last, either. The UleFone Dare N1 pays homage to Cupertino’s latest smartphone model and it does seem to pay careful attention to follow the original’s design as closely as possible.
It is also not surprising to learn that the UleFone Dare N1 happens to hail from China, the land where there are plenty of smartphone clones, and this looks set to be a trend that will continue down the road. The UleFone Dare N1 is touted to arrive with an aluminum frame, a round home button complete with an embedded fingerprint scanner (!), as well as an exterior design that would be close to the standard issue iPhone 6 – save for the mute toggle located on the left side.
Rumored hardware specifications of the UleFone Dare N1 point to an octa-core processor of unknown origin 2GB RAM, a 5.5” 720p display, a 13MP camera at the back, and the main thing that will give the game away – the Android operating system. Any takers for this clone?