Oukitel U18: Here’s Yet Another iPhone X Clone Running Android Onboard

The story begins with Doogee V iPhone X Chinese clone which has put online for sale recently. And today, yet another model has surfaced in the form of Oukitel U18. Announced it with specs, expected price, and release date. Here are the details you all need to know about it.

Coming soon: a new model or also be the Oukitel U18 iPhone X clone will be released anytime this month with an aspect ratio of 21:9, making it a slimmer and more comfortable to hold in hand. With iPhone X-like display design, Oukitel will be releasing a new smartphone called Oukitel U18.

As far as smartphones that get more than their fair share of copycats, the iPhone as a whole has to be the most vulnerable. The iPhone X already has a few devices trying to pass themselves off as Apple’s flagship phone, while some do a better job than others at least on the looks front, most are at least possible at a glance. That’s where the category we would put on stage, the Oukitel U18 in.

Officially, not yet announced. But set to go into production later this month. The Oukitel U18 is clearly trying to be the iPhone X moniker, and to a point, it gets things fairly accurate at a glance, but anyone familiar with Apple’s original will immediately be able to find fault.

For strangers, that notch at the top of the display isn’t quite right and is shaped all wrong. Even though it is a clone of iPhone X, Oukitel U18 design differs a lot, as the rounded corners are a little too squared off for our liking, too, something that really shouldn’t happen if you are trying to get the iPhone X effect, not to forget the thick chin bezel at the bottom, which the real iPhone X doesn’t have.

Oukitel U18 iPhone X Chinese clone has been announced

Technology-wise, the Oukitel U18 is a generic Android offering. A 1512 x 720 pixels display doesn’t agitate particularly. And the 4GB of RAM is standard fare these days. With 64GB of storage, there’s plenty of room inside this thing. Power users will be looking to grab a U18 up anytime soon. No matter how close to an iPhone X it may look in places.

(via: 9to5Mac)

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