Chinese quad-core phones to drop below $100 in 2013

Quad-core phones from Chinese phone makers are nothing new, and with each launch we are seeing prices drop to extraordinary low prices, but if reports are accurate prices are to fall further during this year.

Currently Chinese quad-core phones range from anywhere between 4000 Yuan ($600) to 999 Yuan ($160), however according to a report over on Digitimes we could be seeing prices drop to the 600 Yuan ($100) mark in just a few months.

We have already seen evidence of manufacturers using quad-core chips in their entry-level phones, but these devices generally sport low-end specs and around 512mb RAM. So while prices are set to plummet, don’t expect to be able to pick up a super perform for the $100 price mark just yet.

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