Stereotypical though it might sound, it’s no secret that the Chinese are good at copying others with no fear of infringing copyrights or trademarks. Be it the Rolls Royce, Starbucks, KFC or Apple’s iPhones, there are plenty of such examples in the country. The latest to come out of East Asian country is the Coolpad Galaxy Galapad S6, a smartphone with the body of the HTC One and the nomenclature of Samsung’s Galaxy range of smartphones, TechinAsia reports. Also Read - Upcoming Coolpad COOL 20 specs revealed ahead of May 25 launch
Keeping it real fake, the Galaxy Galapad S6 flaunts a massive 6.3-inch 720p display and is powered by a quad-core MediaTek processor paired with 1GB of RAM. Other features included are 16GB of internal storage, dual-SIM card slots, 4G LTE support and a 3,000mAh battery. Also Read - Coolpad Cool 6 launched in India with 48MP triple camera setup: Check price, features
The surprising thing is that Coolpad is not a small sweat shop with daily-wage laborers working throughout the day, but China’s third biggest smartphone vendor. The Shenzhen-based company crossed Apple in terms of sales numbers in 2012, and is in fact well-known for its range of budget smartphones. We wonder what HTC and Samsung have to say about this.