The prospect of the Samsung Note 4 is being launched is an exciting one, but as usual it is Chinese phone maker GooPhone who are cashing in on the news with details of the GooPhone N4 clone.
GooPhone have once again taken whatever leaked images, dimensions and details from around the web and their sources to create a Samsung Note 4 clone! And once again they have done it before the original model has officially been launched!
GooPhone say that their GooPhone N4 is a near 1:1 replica (aka clone) of the upcoming Samsung phablet, but will cost just a fraction of the price.
As usual the clone is powered by a Mediatek chip, a 1.7Ghz MT6592 octacore in this case, plus a few features we don’t expect Samsung will be offering such as dual-sim support and a micro SD card expansion.
GooPhone N4 Specifications
- 5.7-inch 1920 x 1080 display.
- 1.7Ghz Octacore Mediatek MT6592 CPU.
- 2GB RAM.
- 16GB internal memory.
- Android 4.4 OS.
- Dual SIM
- WCDMA 850/2100Mhz, GSM 850/900/1800/1900Mhz
- 5 mega-pixel front camera.
- 13 mega-pixel rear camera.
- 3200mAh battery
Chinese reseller Vifocal are currently listing the GooPhone N4 available for preorder. There is no retail price mentioned, but they do have an image of the phone which features an enticing screen/body ratio, and single physical home button.
This is not the first time that GooPhone have managed to beat a manufacturer to the launch. In the past they were the first company to launch an iPhone 5 clone which went on sale before Apple’s phone, and they managed the same with the Samsung Galaxy S5. Those devices proved to be accurate in design, will it be the same this time around with the GooPhone N4?
We will keep our eyes on the details to see if the price and other features are added over the coming weeks.