10 Aug '11, 12pm

HiPhone 5 launches in China

SHANGHAI - The newest version of Apple's popular iPhone has already hit the Chinese market - the fake market that is. The 'hiPhone 5' is selling for as little as 200 yuan (S$37.80) on China's top e-commerce platform Taobao, which is owned by Alibaba Group. But one has to pay around 800 yuan for a more "genuine" one, according to some shop clerks at a mobile phone market in Shanghai. "Look at this. It's not the same as the 300-400 yuan ones," Shanghai-based daily Metro Express quoted a clerk as saying, pointing to one originally priced at 850 yuan. The 'hiPhone 5' is based on leaked images of the yet-to-be-launched iPhone 5 and is thinner and with less rounded edges than the existing iPhone 4, according to the newspaper. However, it is extremely light, almost like a plastic toy, like most pirated mobile phones, it said. Western governments have repeatedly criticised China f...

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