If you find the MX6 familiar, you're not the only one.
Meizu's MX6 goes on sale in China on July 30 for 1,999 yuan (which converts to around $300, £225 or AU$400) and looks quite like the iPhone it's inspired by.
The rear 12-megapixel camera isn't located at the corner like the iPhone though.
The phone is pretty slim at 7.3mm (0.29 inch) thick.
Unlike other Android phones, the MX6 lacks the back and recent apps button. Instead you double touch the home button to go back.
The phone has a USB Type-C connector.
Besides the 12-megapixel shooter, the phone also has dual-tone flash.
While it has the same 5.5-inch screen size like the iPhone 6S Plus, the phone is slightly smaller in size.
The antenna bands do bear some similarity to Apple's smart phone, but Meizu implements it differently.
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