While the device doesn't match the spec of Samsung's new Galaxy S5, it looks essentially the same and retails for $300.
The new Android flagship phone is not yet official, but it's already been copied.
A Hong Kong iPhone 5 look-alike is positioned to beat Apple to market, minus one very important feature: iOS.
A report suggests that GooPhone, the Hong Kong-based company that created an Android iPhone 5 knock-off, has patented the design in China and will aggressively protect it.
The maker of the controversial "Goophone" that knocked off the iPhone 5 took just a few days to come out with an iPad Mini look-alike.
We just like that because it rhymes. The news is interesting, too: Verizon will open its network to apps and devices by 2008. Whoa!