How is that for a table full of fun?'s Nicolas Charbonnier is at the Samsung Developers Conference and he spends a few minutes with Phil to talk about some really wild Android "fakes" from China.

They are all ARM powered, which is Nicolas' forte, and you'll see everything from a $50 iPhone 5S clone to a crazy e-ink touch screen device that has a two-week battery life. Of course, they all run Android.

This is without a doubt the most interesting thing you'll see on the Internet tonight. 

More: Samsung Developers Conference portal

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K White1 says:

I came down with a serious case of device envy at the mere mention of two-week battery life.

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Haha, I know right. A screen like that could maybe, and I mean maybe, be a sacrifice for something like that. Haha

skbgiants says:

Cut. Your. Nails.

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Jonneh says:

This was really cool. Almost makes you want to go to China.


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mabr82 says:

I'm amazed how these aren't more widely used. What's the average life of these devices?

Keep it secret keep it safe..... ø

Wobblin30 says:

Love Charbax videos!

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Sploinkin says:

I didn't catch a price on that Nook clone. I would definitely buy that so my girlfriend doesn't have to steal my Nexus 7 to read her ebooks.

This guy was awesome. What a character.