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We go hands-on with the Chinese smartphone maker's latest effort, going on sale soon in Asia.
ZTE's latest smartphone, the Blade S6, borrows heavily from Apple's iPhone 6 design.
Spot the difference! The main one is that it's slightly larger than the iPhone 6, since the Blade S6 has a 5-inch display.
That curved glass front is so similar. Click through for more comparison shots.
The Blade S6 is thicker, at 7.7mm.
The Blade S6 has no markings for the antenna bands, since it's not made of metal. The back is plastic.
ZTE's MiFavor 3.0 UI runs on top of Android 5.0 Lollipop, which gives it a quite different look to iOS.
A closer look at that curved glass.
That's not a TouchID fingerprint sensor, but a simple Android home button.
The back and menu buttons light up when touched, but are otherwise hidden.
The one thing that's different is having the power and volume buttons on the right side.
The phone has dual SIM-card slots with 4G LTE support, and a microSD slot for expanding the 16GB of storage.
The Blade S6 looks like aluminum but it's actually plastic, making it lighter than Apple's phone.
It's even "designed in California."
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