Hero H2000+ iPhone 5 dual-core MT6577 Knock off

I don’t often write about Hero phones that often as we are all aware that they are just Zopo phones marketed at a lower price bracket, but it seems the Chinese phone brand have now become a Shanzhai company and are making knock-off iPhone 5 with dual-core MT6577 CPU’s.

The Hero H2000+ (the + referring to the dual-core MT6577 chip) looks every bit as like the real iPhone 5 as the… well.. real iPhone 5.

The screen is a long 4 inch touch display but with a much lower resolution than the Apple phone at only 845 x 480 there is the distinctive Apple home button and a front facing camera in the new center position.

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Specification is almost the same as the Zopo ZP500+ leader we briefly looked at yesterday so you will get a dual-core MT6577 1GHZ CPU, 512MB RAM (which is a huge disappointment), an Android 4.0.4 OS with a vanilla Android look rather than iOS 6 skin and dual cameras.

The rear camera is an 8 mega-pixel unit which is a nice update when compared to the Zopo ZP500+ 5 mega-pixel unit while the front is a 0.3 mega-pixel.

Like most Hero and Zopo phones the Hero H2000+ iPhone 5 knock off also features dual-sim card support and will run on the following frequencies GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz & WCDMA 850/2100MHz.

If you want to pick up one of these iPhone 5 clones then you can head over to Android-sale where you can buy the Hero H2000+ for $189.99!

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  1. paspartu
    September 19, 2012

    “Android-sale where you can buy the Hero H2000+ for $189.99!”
    I had better opinion about Android-Sale that it is honest seller but it send some fakes instead original goophone y5 to Russian customers…

  2. rhs
    September 20, 2012

    From antelife with $5 coupon you can get this for 165 bucks.

  3. stuart
    January 22, 2013

    Hi Is this the same as a GOOPHONE I5 I am about to order one, will it work with o2?????