Hold theat an arm’s length and I can bet seven of 10 people would mistake it for an iPhone 6s Plus. The looks of this newly launched model by the Chinese smartphone maker are one to die for. With this launch, the Chinese smartphone segment in the country is expected to get a major boost, and it might very well be a dark horse in terms of the battle for market share.
Also, the stark resemblance to thestrengthens the fact that companies are not shying away from manufacturing models which look very similar to already established ones. And, this trend is here to stay for some time.
The sleek 6.6-mm metal alloy body with a curvier shape gives the F1 Plus an extremely premium look. It sports a 5.5-inch high definition AMOLED display. The home button has an integrated fingerprint sensor, which interestingly is quite fast. The volume buttons are placed on the side, allowing easy one-hand control.