If you simply cannot wait until the next Apple release, reported to take place next month, you can get you hands on the latest iPhone now. Here's the stipulation: It wasn't made by Apple.
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Chinese company Goophone is advertising a device, the Goophone I5, that bears a striking resemblance to an iPhone. The difference? It runs a version of Google's Android software. SEE ALSO: Parody iPhone 5 Promo Teases Cutting-Edge Features
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While we can't tell much about the Goophone, it doesn't seem to boast the rumored larger screen some of us are hoping to find in Apple's next release.
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