Welcome the Samsung Galaxy Note 4…clone, the Goophone N4
Goophone is one of the many Chinese companies that clone top-selling electronic products under their own names which they list for sale.
Normally, the owners of these copied products will sue the imitator elsewhere, but in China, these kind of stuff is legal and is acceptable by the law.
Welcome the Goophone N4, a 5.7″ 1080p Android phone that looks like the Galaxy Note 4 we saw in leaked pictures.
The phone is nowhere near the Note 4 by Samsung or the older Note 3 smartphone in terms of specs but as stupid as it sounds, people who would like to carry a cheap GS4 clone will not bother to know the difference.
Powering the Goophone N4 is a 1.7GHz octa-core Cortex-A7 CPU, MediaTek MT6592 System-on chip and Mali 450-MP4 graphics processor, with 2GB of RAM.
The clone phone has a 13MP rear and 5MP front camera on the front. The storage is expandable but there’s 16GB of readily-available internal storage and finally, a 3,200mAh battery.
The N4 will soon go on sale in China for a price we know not of yet, but don’t expect the price-tag to go beyond $300.
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