Lenovo’s iPhone-Ripoff S90 “Sisley” Smartphone is Now Official

Lenovo’s S90 “Sisley” smartphone, whose leaked photos published last month revealed an iPhone 6 clone without the protruding camera and with slightly less unsightly antenna bands, is now official and it seems Lenovo’s shameless copying doesn’t end here. As pointed out by PhoneArena, the way the S90 is presented on its official website also reminds an awful lot of the way Apple presented the new iPhone 6 (see below).

Lenovo Sisley S90

The company has managed to blatantly copy ever single detail of the iPhone 6 from Apple’s website, from the angles at which device renders are showed off, down to the chosen highlights. As previously leaked, the device features a 5-inch, 720p AMOLED screen, a thin 6.9mm body, a quad-core Qualcomm processor, and 1GB of RAM.

The Lenovo S90 is powered by Android 4.4.4 KitKat and will retail for 1,999 RMB in China (US $327 approx).

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  • websnap

    wow… that’s remarkably familiar looking…

  • Looks so cool

  • Kirk

    No shame eh?

  • Brad

    As shameless as Samsung.

  • johnnygoodface

    Apple’s gonna make a lot of money there! = translate to: Apple’s gonna sue the sh..t out of them!

  • HongKonger

    No, this is China. Remember last time iPad’s name was sued in China even Apple already had a deal with the iPad’s name owner? Lenovo will claim Apple stole and copied their design before they release their phones, and the court in China will believe so. This is China. Perfect world for the copycats and pirate business.