Apple devices are undoubtedly the most awaited technology products before their official yearly launch cycles. And when it comes to a new iPhone, the world just cannot wait to get their hands on the latest iOS mobile phones. While we still have some time to witness the launch of the upcoming iPhone 8, the lookalikes, concept ideas and clones have once again started to heat up the online world.
The latest and most interesting among them is an iPhone 8 clone that has been popped up in an 8 second video clip. The video appeared on Softpedia and shows an iPhone 8 lookalike running a possible custom ROM of iOS 11. The device in the video resembles the iPhone 8's design iterations we have seen in last two months and looks pretty cool.
The mobile device in the video shows slim bezels and also flaunts a circular fingerprint scanner on the screen itself. The rear panel shows the vertical dual-lens camera setup, which might be a real deal with the upcoming iPhone 8.
The video seems to be shot in a local Chinese market, possibly in Shenzen, where it's quite easy to iterate hardware and software of popular mobile devices. As noted, Apple inspires so many small and big companies around the world that copies the design, look and feel and even the user interface of Apple devices.
Meanwhile, Apple is expected to launch the iPhone 8 on September 12. Besides this year's flagship, the company is also expected to launch two more smartphones; the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus. The launch event will be held at the Steve Jobs Theater located in Apple's campus.
Stay tuned on GIZBOT for more updates on Apple iPhone 8.
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