In September this year, Huawei launched its new flagship phone – Huawei Mate 60 Pro+ and it’s been doing good sales for the company.
With its popularity in mind, a Chinese phone maker, AMOI has copied the Huawei Mate 60 Pro+ and started selling the phone online.
The promotion poster surfaced on Weibo reveals that this device is named “AMOI M60 Pro”, which is a copycat of the Huawei Mate 60 Pro+. Some of the online users noted that this phone has about 99% of the characteristics of the Huawei smartphone, especially the rear panel.
It can be seen that the rear of the phone carries a large circular camera bump with triple cameras and a horizontal LED flash. The back panel also consists of a large ink stroke design. Overall the design is already taken from the Mate 60 Pro+ model.
Unlike Huawei, the phone has a curved edge screen with a dewdrop notch to house a selfie camera. In terms of specifications, the AMOI M60 Pro comes with a face unlock feature and an octa-core chipset.
It brings 8GB of RAM and 256GB internal storage, the front display extends at 6.5 inches and packs a 4000mAh battery. The new AMOI M60 Pro is priced at 769 yuan (106 USD), which is suitable for a Xerox phone.
To be mentioned, AMOI was once known as a major smartphone maker in China. However, the brand disappeared in 2015 with the rising competition in the industry. As for now, there’s no confirmation that this new AMOI M60 Pro is launched by the same AMOI or it’s just a third-party cheap copy.