iPhones are probably the most recognisable premium smartphone brand. So it’s not really surprising when other brands try to take elements from the iPhones and incorporate it in their own products. But that is not good enough for Chinese smartphone brand LeBest, who have decided to launch a de facto iPhone clone, the X14 Pro Max.
From the inside though, the LeBest X14 Pro Max resembles less of an iPhone and more of a Mid-range Android. There are three camera lenses at the back, and unsurprisingly the layout is similar to that of the iPhone 13 lineup. That’s not all though, the phone also has a small display next to the camera array, very similar to the one on the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra. The X14 Pro Max is available in all the iPhone 13 Pro color options, except Gold.
Some things that aren’t similar to the iPhones, it’s US 150$ price tag, side-mounted fingerprint scanner, 40W fast charging and a 6.5-inch 60Hz LCD punch-hole display.
If you are planning to buy one, don’t! There are far more reliable Android phones out there, at the US $150 price point. The phone will also lack all forms of Google services and will instead use Huawei Mobile Services.
- 2340 x 1080 pixels, 60Hz LCD display
- Unisoc T610 CPU
- 16-megapixel camera
- 8-megapixel selfie camera
- Up to 256GB internal storage