What you see in the photo is the new iPhone has gone on sale in Brazil. It costs just over 200 euros to change and instead of IOS, Android(JIAYU G3) has installed. No. We have not gone mad. What happens is that the iPhone has been released and marketed by the Brazilian manufacturer Gradient.
More than the device itself, which is a single midrange specifications, the interesting thing is in the legal tug ahead. In 2000 (seven years before the first iPhone(JIAYU G2 plus) from Apple landed in lands cariocas) this company became the naming rights to iPhone in the country, and now has decided to market a terminal under that name.
Obviously, Gradient has every right in the world, by seniority, to use that name in Brazil. The case is similar to the Chinese company Proview, which Apple paid $ 60 million to keep the name exclusively. It is likely that if this new iPhone Brazilian finished in a similar arrangement.
Gradient iPhone is a terminal equipped with a 700Mhz processor, dual SIM slot, 2GB of internal memory expandable via MicroSD cards, and 3.7-inch screen with resolution 320 × 480 pixels. The camera is a five megapixel camera and is a venerable operating system Android in version 2.3.4 - cheap smartphones.
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