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It's a three-phone pile-up as we pull over to take a cursory look at how the MX6 compares to its iPhone idols. A quick comparison reveals...not a whole lot. Apart from the USB-C connector and a slightly shifted microphone port, we're hard pressed to distinguish the MX6 from its  Cupertino-based counterparts. It's a similar story topside. Aside from the oval home button and different side button configuration, the MX6 fits right into the iPhone lineup—what with  its metal unibody design and 2.5D glass panel.
  • It's a three-phone pile-up as we pull over to take a cursory look at how the MX6 compares to its iPhone idols.

  • A quick comparison reveals...not a whole lot. Apart from the USB-C connector and a slightly shifted microphone port, we're hard pressed to distinguish the MX6 from its Cupertino-based counterparts.

  • It's a similar story topside. Aside from the oval home button and different side button configuration, the MX6 fits right into the iPhone lineup—what with its metal unibody design and 2.5D glass panel.

  • The MX6 differentiates itself with a centered rear camera and dual flash assembly, but those subtle antenna bands are reminiscent of certain iPhone 7 rumors.

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