Green Lemon G18 and G16 HD phablets launched

Green Orange we know well but Green Lemon are a new one to us but their latest Green Lemon G18 phabet packs enough of a punch that we won’t likely forget!

The Green Lemon G18 is yet another new breed Chinese phablets which not only offer us huge screen real estate but also high-definition visuals and great performance and at a low-cost to boot!

The G18 measures in a 6.5-inch with a 1920 x 1080 FHD display, 1.5Ghz MT659T quad-core chip, 1GB RAM, 16GB memory, 5 mega-pixel front camera, 13 mega-pixel rear, 3800mAh battery and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. Pricing for the G18 is 2199 Yuan here in China which is around $360.

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If you think 6.5-inch and 1080 resolution is just to much and you prefer to save yourself some money there is also the Green Lemon G16 which measures in at 6-inch with a 1280 x 720 display and the same powerful quad-core chipset for 1999 Yuan ($320).

You can see more details about the Green Lemon range on their official website here.

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  1. July 22, 2013

    All of these companies pumping out the same re-branded phone, but not a single one sells the 2gb version yet.
    Still waiting. This is the phone I want, I’ll wait.

  2. LinuxMint
    July 22, 2013

    Well, these, like unfortunately pretty much all other Chinese smart-phones so far, are fairly useless in North America (US, CA, MX), as long as those manufacturers are employing these rather primitive dual or even worse, single-only band UMTS aka W-CDMA radios.

    Unless they add support for UMTS 850, UMTS 1700/2100, UMTS 1900 to the very least and possibly UMTS700 as well, they are almost useless in this part of the globe.

    And I am not even starting to talk about the non-existing LTE support here yet.

    I only can hope, that the upcoming next generation of, mostly Mediatek, chips, drastically enhances the number of incorporated 3G radio bands, so that these phones finally become usable globally.
    And then the whole game starts all over with LTE again in the near future.

    • July 23, 2013

      The i6000 has WCDMA 850/1900/2100… 850 and 1900 is perfect for USA which is why I’m getting this phone. At least, for AT&T it is, and that’s what I use when i go to the states.
      And for while I’m here in Europe, 2100 does the trick.

  3. Rasmus
    July 22, 2013

    I follow with great appriciation but there is one thing I don’t understand – it sometimes feel like the writers don’t remember anything from one article to the other?

    This is obviously yet another iNew i6000 / Firefly v65 / Orientphone… right?

    I agree with Roberto and I have a first hand experience of knowing that the 2Gb version isn’t available – I ordered via PayPal a iNew i6000 advance (2Gb/32Gb) from a couple of weeks before. After a weeks wait I got a message saying that they are uppdating to the latest firmware. A couple of days later I emailed asking them on how it’s going (I knew that the firmware thing probably just was a way for them to buy time) and the day after I got a message from PayPal that my money had been returned.

    I’d like to see an article on trustworthy sites where you can buy / pre-order phones etc. Is there any such article on gizchina?

    Thanks again for a great site!