For 599 reals (around $304), you can by an Android powered iPhone in Brazil, and it isn't made by Apple. It seems Gradiente filed for a trademark in Brazil on the term iPhone in 2000, seven years before Apple released the original iPhone. Of course, Gardiente didn't release an iPhone model until December 2012.
Apple loses iPhone ruling in Brazil
Brazil’s trademark office rules that Apple does not have exclusive rights to the iPhone name, allowing a rival’s handsets to continue using the same brand.
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