Made in China - iPhone vs. HiPhone

Go through electronics stores, clothing and accessories, etc.. Most products, or have them printed brand and famous brands, original or pirated products, gate somewhere on the label "Made in China". I do not think I exaggerate, but over 60% of products in Romania are of Chinese origin. Old tradition since the time of Ceausescu, when Romania was one of the biggest markets of China in the south-eastern Europe (and still is). They produce a lot. Have a workforce giant and is the country where labor is bought for money thanHiphonei, which is why all the major clothing and electronics manufacturing companies have divisions and manufactures in China. Also China is the one that breaks the rules of the market without anyone to object a. I forget how many days past the shops fake products found on the shelves, bearing inscriptions of some famous brands (Nike (ACG), Panasonic, Puma, etc, very long list). Made in China.

I read the other day about HiPhone. It seems that even the most sold product in its class smartphone iPhoneNot escaped the Chinese piracy. China has created an exact copy of the iPhone, called HiPhone, splendid (and assume a much lower price than the iPhone), and even more developed than the original product.

Although it is a "Chinese rip off 'HiPhone already made his reputation as the most successful iPhone clone (3G phone with WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth, 2 megapixel camera, support for playback MP3 / MP4 and Windows Mobile 6.0) even has some advantages that it does not have: Battery affordable (compared to the iPhone's battery sealed original) microSD card slot, dual sim (senses can be exchanged between them even during operation).

I feel that soon we will have HiPhone and in Romania, where I think it would be successful. HiPhone is cheaper by ~ $ 150 than an iPhone.

More details about HiPhone: iPhone "stepbrother" HiPhone.

Made in China - iPhone vs. HiPhone

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