An all-female band has recorded a version on Linkin Park's 'Iridescent' using nothing but musical applications on their Android phones.

A video recently surfaced online from Hong Kong that features the quartet covering the the 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon' theme song on plastic instruments with Android phones embedded inside. Each girl uses several phones to create the music.

The software used reportedly is Musical Pro for piano parts and Solo for the guitar parts, although the drum software was not identified.

The clip looks like it may have aired on a Chinese TV station, although details about the identities of the female Android rockers remain a mystery. The band's shadowy origins may only help its popularity -- the video has already been watched more than 30,000 times in less than two days.

But reactions from the YouTube community has been mixed, with comments like "more practice please" and "good idea, bad execution" being just about as common as ones like "this is great" and "coooool!"

Watch the video below and tell us what you think of the Android phone cover of Linkin Park's 'Iridescent.'

Watch the All-Female Quartet's Android Phone Cover of Linkin Park's 'Iridescent'