In an unexpected turn of events, Apple and Android logos are side by side in a Chinese store offering clients the "Celebrities Smartphone Experience." The odd store is in Zhuhai, Guangdong province, and obviously none of the tech giants across the ocean knows about it.
However, the large logo depicting the well-known robot invites Android fans inside and the text below the store's sign promises a high end user experience, similar to the one only celebrities can afford.
Looking across the street, the design of the outlet aims to be that of an Android Store. Even the promise of the "experience store" sounds vaguely like an invitation to Androidland, which opened a while ago in Australia.
For a small Chinese town, the offer might seem inviting if the customers turn a blind eye to the unlikely brand association. Apart from a wide selection of Android phones, the store owner decided to include in its offer a range of iPhones and iPads.
Under the circumstances, both tech giants are entitled to file for a lawsuit against the intrepid store owner. The question is which one would be the first, in case they bother to send teams of lawyers across the world.