Goophone are back again but instead of their usual iPhone knock-off’s they have arrived with an all new quad-core Samsung Galaxy Note 2 clone named the Goophone N2! But being Goophone they haven’t done things by half, as the N2 is also the world’s first production phone with Mediatek’s MT6589 quad-core chip!
The Goophone N2 is the only Samsung Galaxy Note 2 clone to feature a stylus which other clones like the Star S7180 lacked, and has long been a feature customers have been longing their clones to come with.
As you would expect from a Samsung Note 2 clone, the screen measures in at 5.5-inch screen with a resolution of 1280*720, the rear facing camera is 8 mega-pixels while the front facing camera is 2 mp. A 3000 mAh Li-on battery runs the GooPhone N2 complete with Android Jelly bean 4.1. Like other Chinese phones there is 3G but still no LTE, meaning data speeds will be slower than the real Note 2.
Like the Goophone I5, the Goophone N2 comes with the new Alluminium Alloy suitcase, which outclasses the cardboard packaging of the genuine Samsung phone.
The MT6589 quad-core CPU in the GooPhone N2 is clocked at 1.6Ghz, which means this clone is capable of impressive benchmark scores such as this outstanding score of 12522 on Antutu!
The front and the back of the device side-to-side with the Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
We’ll keep tracking the GooPhone N2 news and let you know once a launch date and pricing has been confirmed.