Having trouble getting an iPhone X? UMIDIGI's got you covered!

"Hold up, wait a minute. We've seen this somewhere before."
"Hold up, wait a minute. We've seen this somewhere before."
The iPhone X went on sale a few days and while buyers have had issues actually procuring one, UMIDIGI, a Chinese OEM is already set to offer a substitute, and one with a 7000 mAh battery to boot.

While cries of distress from prospective users who failed to snatch up an iPhone X from the limited pool available a few days ago rebound around the corners of the Internet, a Chinese OEM, UMIDIGI, has taken it upon itself to provide a great substitute for Apple's latest offering. 

Cloning of designs seems to be the bread and butter of average Chinese OEMs, so this elicits no surprise from us. We're just a bit surprised because, you know, the iPhone X hasn't even been officially launched yet. There's a chance, of course, that this isn't just UMIDIGI borrowing Apple's exact design; Apple could even be the ones on that side of the fence! 

Probably not.

Brave design aside, the company doesn't exactly give out details of this device. It only says that it's the Z2—probably UMIDIGI's next-gen flagship; it's 7mm thick; and that it features a 7000 mAh battery. A 7000 mAh battery in a 7mm frame sounds amazing, for what it's worth, and we can only hope UMIDIGI isn't set for a round of bamboozling.

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Ricci Rox, 2017-10-29 (Update: 2017-10-29)
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I'm a freelance copywriter who lives and dies for tech. Android, ​especially. The smartphone market is one going through an impressive growth spurt, so I crawl the Internet with keen interest in a technological ecosystem that doesn't seem to be slowing down anytime soon.