- A short video of a man showcasing a phone that looks like an iPhone 14 Pro Max but with a different OS has got people talking
- After the phone was switched on, it loaded up like an Android device, an action that got people laughing
- Among many social media users who reacted to the video were those who were amazed by the soundtrack in the video
A young man, @eric_yong2, shared a phone he claimed was made in Cameroon. The device had the same shape as an iPhone, only that it was fake.
After the phone was unboxed, the Apple logo could be seen on its screen. Before powering it on, the man examined the phone in the presence of his friends.
Fake iPhone 14 pro max
Seconds into the video, the screen of the phone showed the device loading an Android OS. Words layered on the clip said it was "made in Cameroun".
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The man and his friends kept laughing at the extent the manufacturer went to trick unsuspecting customers.
Watch the video below:
When the video was reshared by @krakstv, it gathered many comments from Nigerians. Below are some of them:
"WHO ever added the soundtrack is not seeing heaven."
"Not made in Cameroon. It is made in China and you can order different variations of it from AliExpress. It is android ip14pro and comes with android version 10 or 11 with a very top-notch camera."
"iPhone camon 19."
"iPhone tecno 14 minus 13 plus."
"And dah this idroid e go carry enta people dm dey ask for updates ooo."
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"Na Avenue Kennedy boys their work this weeeeh this my country Cameroon."
Man upgrades his iPhone
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian man made a short TikTok video with an interesting voiceover showing what happened to his iPhone after he upgraded its iOS to 16.0.
Immediately after the upgrade was done, the phone went back to a US mode, telling the user that his current Nigerian sim in the device is not supported.
The man screamed, regretting why he upgraded the operating system in the first place. The iPhone user said that he is so confused about what to do next.