It arrived today, and I'm afraid it's another case of "close, but no cigar". It does get some things right: ailerons, a brushless motor and a decent-sized rudder, which are all missing features with the EasyStar.
It also avoids the errors of some of the other EasyStar clones, such as the AXN Floater, and at least has the servo bays on the outside of the body, not taking up room in the cockpit. (Sadly it doesn't come with servos).
But it fails badly in the design of the fuselage, which is considerably more narrow than the EasyStar. The useful width of the cockpit is 43mm, as opposed to the EasyStar's 55mm. According to flight reports, this thin nose is also vulnerable to crashes and breaks off a lot.
Here's a picture of the EasyStar (a very battered one), the Dynam HawkSky and the Phoenix nose-to-nose: