From the creators of the Oukitel K10, the smartphone with a 10,000 mAh battery, comes the Oukitel U18. Don’t be deceived by the renders, for it is no iPhone X. But yes, it does look almost exactly like an iPhone X.

The Oukitel U18, however, is simply an iPhone X clone. The back of the device isn’t all that similar to Apple’s, sans the dual-cameras stacked vertically, but flipping the phone to the front reveals a design that has a very clear inspiration.

This screen is practically the selling point of the Oukitel U18 and OUKITEL K6, especially considering how much it looks like an iPhone X. Except a little taller. If you turn it to its side though, the illusion is immediately broken by its rather thick frame. Spec-wise, the U18 might have problems catching up even with its Android siblings, running on a MediaTek MT6750T, with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB of storage.

In typical fashion for the company, the U18 also packs a huge 4,000 mAh battery, which should offer some excellent endurance with the 720p display (I know, ew). There’s also Face Unlock, of course, and there’s a fingerprint sensor around the back as well.

I don’t think anyone can safely say the U18 and OUKITEL MIX 2 will be a great device, but if you love the look of the iPhone X and don’t want to spend a ton to get it, this is an option. Oukitel asks just $159 for this Android device.