Apple's iPhone is often cloned and bootlegged in nations such as China, but rarely does Japan get in on the act. One company, recognizing just how popular the latest and greatest iPhone 5c has been so far in Japan, has taken advantage of the situation by delivering a smartphone that, despite appearing fairly similar to its Cupertino-designed adversary, does the colourful handset a gross disservice with a bunch of crummy specifications.
The company, brazen enough even to steal the name, clearly hasn't been reading a revised copy of the knockoff 101 handbook, and atop a sea of low-end specifications, you get arguably the marquee feature in Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. OS aside, you get a paltry 512MB of RAM, a dual-core SoC from Mediatek, a measly 4GB of storage and a 480×854 display, which is nowhere near HD.
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