Mpie M7 Plus, If it is to good to be true then….


mpie m7 plus

A concerned GizChina forum member recently stumbled upon a listing for the Mpie M7 plus, a device with incredible hardware at an incredible price, but we think something smells fishy.

If we told you that there is a phone on the market right now that boasts 4GB RAM, an 2.2Ghz MT6752 processor, huge 4400mAh battery, 13 mega-pixel camera, 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display, Android 5.0 Lollipop it would more than likely grab your attention. If we then told you it cost just $135 then you would probably start reaching for your credit card to buy this killer device!

The truth is there is a phone listed online with those specifications right now, the Mpie M7 Plus on Aliexpress, but like most things “if it sounds to good to be true then it probably is!”.

mpie m7 plus

GizChina forum member MMAX found a phone listed as the Mpie M7 Plus on Aliexpress yesterday and quickly hit the forums to see if it was real or not. While Mpie is a real phone maker, we seriously doubt that the specifications are the real deal!

As we have all learned, it is painfully easy for a dishonest reseller or manufacturer to either photoshop images to create a killer phone, or even install a malicious version of Android which thinks it is running the claimed specifications but in reality is running the cheapest parts available.

Looking over the claimed specifications of the Mpie M7 Plus we feel it is pretty obvious that the phone couldn’t have this type of hardware at such a low price. In fact the fake specs got a little greedy with the claimed 2.2Ghz clock speed for the MT6752. So far only 1.7Ghz versions of the chip have been used and we understand that the SoC can only be clocked to up to 2.0Ghz.

mpie m7 plus

We also feel that if it were true the news would have hit the Chinese tech community already and we would be seeing some huge promotion of this potentially disruptive phone, a true OPO killer and Asus Zenfone 2 slayer.

It is a shame that such a phone isn’t likely at this price yet, but it is also a good reminder to be vigilant when buying your Android smartphones, online.

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134 Comments

  1. fangbanger
    May 23, 2015

    Stay away from this, guys

  2. zhongtiao1
    May 23, 2015

    How much you wanna bet it’s actually a MT6572 not a MT6752? 🙂

    • Harpreet Singh
      May 23, 2015

      this is totally fake lot of people buy but till date no video on youtube…but how they manufacture such mobiles

    • Ionut Bc
      June 19, 2015

      I have bought 2 of these. I have opened a dispute, requested a partial refund. Seller can keep 40$, that’s how much I would pay for these.
      I am confident I will get my money back. Waste of time. Was too good to be true indeed.

  3. Aa
    May 23, 2015

    OF COURSE IT IS FAKE. IT IS A LOT OF FAKE PHONES LIKE THIS ON ALIEXPRESS. LOOK AT SELLER’S RATING 8ON THE RIGHT). 87,5% FEEDBACK AND ONLY 12 TRANSACTIONS. LOL.

    Andi, I thought you would know for sure that this is fake. 🙂 Phone is probably real, but specifications are fake.

    • May 23, 2015

      I’m sure you didn’t read this correctly. This is an article warning people of fake phones, of course it is fake…

      • Aa
        May 23, 2015

        Sorry Andi, I read it very quickly. 😀 And I just wanted to write comment as soon as possible, because I am angry on fakes like this. 🙂

  4. chemicalboy
    May 23, 2015

    Scammers everywhere!

  5. Cpaun
    May 23, 2015

    Fake all over. Amoled screens are very expensive. That’s why they are so rare.

  6. FAKEE
    May 23, 2015

    this is fake, i dont understand as this is a “notice”…

  7. Burs
    May 23, 2015

    Well, sometime next year such specs for the price could be true. But certainly not today. On the other hand, it’s so easy to be scammed on AliExpress. If it was mentioned in the title, I would probably used my 60 seconds on another post.

  8. balcobomber25
    May 23, 2015

    Andi,

    Stealing my tagline from the forum? Haha it’s good that you posted this though too many people will fall for this stuff. Did you see my emails btw?

  9. MitsosDaBest
    May 23, 2015

    1) Well, who buys a phone without Googling first, if the specs are real for this model?
    2) Who buys without the safety of PayPal?
    3) Who buys from the Aliexpress stupid scammers? Many of the sellers there, have fake products or low quality/broken…

    • Aa
      May 23, 2015

      Someone who is not careful enough. That is why stuff like this exist.

    • balcobomber25
      May 24, 2015

      Someone who isn’t as informed as the people who visit this website on a regular basis. I remember the first time buying a Chinese phone I had no clue what I was doing or which sellers where trusted, they were all unknown to me.

  10. Jason45
    May 23, 2015

    Just like on ebay, there are scammers on aliexpress. Luckily, you still have double protection on aliexpress.

  11. David Košič
    May 23, 2015

    There are dozens of this kind of phones on aliexpress however you need like 2 minute to check if the reseller is trustworthy or not.

    • balcobomber25
      May 24, 2015

      When a customer sees that it has positive feedback, in the picture above it shows 87% positive, they are going to think its trustworthy.

      • Rob
        May 25, 2015

        From my experience on Aliexpress there are 3 brands in particular they tend to fake. Lenovo, Jiayu and Huawei, I generally wouldn’t buy any of these brands there, a quick check though usually reveals the model numbers don’t actually exist or in the case of the Jiayu, spelling mistakes on the back of the phone were a dead giveaway!

    • bro-reac
      May 24, 2015

      True you need to be patient and at the same time check with others resellers for the most trending price

  12. fangbanger
    May 23, 2015

    Stay away from this, guys

  13. zhongtiao1
    May 23, 2015

    How much you wanna bet it’s actually a MT6572 not a MT6752? 🙂

    • Harpreet Singh
      May 24, 2015

      this is totally fake lot of people buy but till date no video on youtube…but how they manufacture such mobiles

    • Ionut Bc
      June 19, 2015

      I have bought 2 of these. I have opened a dispute, requested a partial refund. Seller can keep 40$, that’s how much I would pay for these.
      I am confident I will get my money back. Waste of time. Was too good to be true indeed.

    • Ionut Bc
      June 19, 2015
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      June 19, 2015
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      June 19, 2015
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      June 19, 2015
  14. MaxPower
    May 23, 2015

    The news here is that 15 buyers have left a positive feedback.
    They are probably running a tweaked version of Antutu that gives them a score of 60.000 and they didn’t even realize that they have a MT6577 phone.
    That guy sold 238 phones so far, good for him.

    • balcobomber25
      May 24, 2015

      This is one of the reasons I stay away from Aliexpress. I knew this particular product was fake once I looked at the specs and price but if it was selling for the same price as normal phones with those specs coupled with all the positive feedback I wouldn’t have been so sure. I bought two things on Ali both from sellers who had a lot of positive feedback one was DoA the other was fake.

      • Muhammad Yasir
        May 24, 2015

        dead on arrival… depressing ! :/

        • balcobomber25
          May 24, 2015

          Yup and the seller claimed otherwise, luckily I paid with Paypal they handled the dispute (which took close 2 months) and ultimately resulted in me sending it back and Paypal refunding me the money.

          That was the first phone I bought from a dealer on Ali. I still read good reviews of the site so I gave it a second shot and ordered a Oppo phone. First clue that it was fake, it arrived in a different box then I had seen online for the Oppo. This wasn’t a total shock because I have had it happen before where different regions get different boxes. The biggest clue was when the phone stopped charging and I took it to an Oppo service center. They couldn’t tell it was fake till they ran the serial numbers.

          Both of these shops were trusted sellers with lots of positive feedback (over 90% for both). Now I have four shops I mainly use:

          Honorbuy – Xiaomi products
          Merimobiles
          1949deal
          Antelife/Cooli Cool – A lot of people have a lot of complaints about them but I have had nothing but great service.

          • MaxPower
            May 24, 2015

            I’ve got my MI4 from merimobiles.
            They had the lowest price back in time. It took about a week to ship the phone but other than that everything was good. I also recommend that shop.

            • balcobomber25
              May 25, 2015

              Yea I have used Merimobiles a few times and always had excellent shipping and service. Only reason I use Honorbuy is because they usually give away free stuff with their Xiaomi’s. When I bought my Mi4 I got a free set of Xiaomi Pistons as well as 3 cases.

            • MaxPower
              May 25, 2015

              Wow, that was a generous gift.

            • balcobomber25
              May 25, 2015

              Sometimes they give away free power banks too, but most of the time it’s just a free case and screen protector.

          • irebel
            May 27, 2015

            How did you buy something on Aliexpress and paid for it with Paypal?
            Aliexpress doesn’t have Paypal as payment option…

            • balcobomber25
              May 27, 2015

              I have a Paypal Mastercard. It offers all the same protections as using the regular Paypal site but also works as a normal credit card.

    • Mark Anthony Bulanadi
      June 10, 2015

      Can the seller hack the phone? Cause im the one who installed antutu fresh from google play store?

      • MaxPower
        June 10, 2015

        Most likely not.
        Try CPUz from play store to check if you have the correct SoC

        • Mark Anthony Bulanadi
          June 10, 2015

          Tried it both with cpuz and antutu here’s what I got

          • MaxPower
            June 10, 2015

            They can actually hack the kernel to fool Antutu and get higher score.
            MT6752 should score around 46.000.
            That said, my guess is that your phone has a MT6752 SoC which is the best midrange SoC to date.
            So, as long as you’re happy with the phone just don’t give too much importance to Antutu.

            EDIT: cpuz result is kinda weird.
            What else were you running while checking CPUz?
            It says that CUP load was above 50%

            • Mark Anthony Bulanadi
              June 10, 2015

              Thanks. Still a pretty good buy though 🙂

            • MaxPower
              June 10, 2015

              There’s definitely something going on since the frequency of the CUP is supposed to be 1.7ghz and not 2.2ghz.
              But again, you’re happy with the purchase and that’s what only matters

            • Mark Anthony Bulanadi
              June 11, 2015

              Clash of clans and candy crush i think.

            • Mark Anthony Bulanadi
              June 15, 2015

              Ok guys ran another diagnostic app. Its another version of cpuz and yup its a dual core 1.2ghz processor with 4 gb ram. 🙁 better stick to tried and tested brands. Although the phone still has decent performance but it aint an octacore. Should have bought the asus zen phone.

            • Mark Anthony Bulanadi
              June 15, 2015

              Ok guys ran another diagnostic app. Its another version of cpuz and yup its a dual core 1.2ghz processor with 4 gb ram. 🙁 better stick to tried and tested brands. Although the phone still has decent performance but it aint an octacore. Should have bought the asus zen phone.

            • MaxPower
              June 15, 2015

              It’s still a good phone for the price.it would have been a problem if you paid it as a flagship one, but that’s not the case.

              It’s a Mediatek MT6589 which I owned as well and the only problem I had was a bad GPS.
              Besides that everything was pretty decent.

              Edit: i don’t know why but I read QUAD.
              Dual core 1.2ghz seems to be a MT6572
              But they sold it as a MT6752.
              Ram can’t be 4gb either, it’s most likely 1gb.

            • Mark Anthony Bulanadi
              June 15, 2015

              yeah either way its still a good phone for the price. 🙂 dont know about the ram all the tests say 4gb though it might have been tweaked though. and i do experience a bit of lag sometimes. so maybe 1gb ram sounds about right.

            • Mark Anthony Bulanadi
              June 15, 2015

              yeah either way its still a good phone for the price. 🙂 dont know about the ram all the tests say 4gb though it might have been tweaked though. and i do experience a bit of lag sometimes. so maybe 1gb ram sounds about right.

            • MaxPower
              June 15, 2015

              It’s still a good phone for the price.it would have been a problem if you paid it as a flagship one, but that’s not the case.

              It’s a Mediatek MT6589 which I owned as well and the only problem I had was a bad GPS.
              Besides that everything was pretty decent.

              Edit: i don’t know why but I read QUAD.
              Dual core 1.2ghz seems to be a MT6572
              But they sold it as a MT6752.
              Ram can’t be 4gb either, it’s most likely 1gb.

          • Erebos
            June 15, 2015

            CPU-z should report 8 A53 cores @ 1.7GHz with ARM’s Cortex logo, not 8 A7 cores @ 2.2GHz with Mediatek’s logo.
            Kernel is modded to obfuscate the phone’s real specs and performance.

            It’s 100% fake.

  15. Aa
    May 23, 2015

    OF COURSE IT IS FAKE. IT IS A LOT OF FAKE PHONES LIKE THIS ON ALIEXPRESS. LOOK AT SELLER’S RATING 8ON THE RIGHT). 87,5% FEEDBACK AND ONLY 12 TRANSACTIONS. LOL.

    Andi, I thought you would know for sure that this is fake. 🙂 Phone is probably real, but specifications are fake.

    • Andi Sykes
      May 23, 2015

      I’m sure you didn’t read this correctly. This is an article warning people of fake phones, of course it is fake…

    • Aa
      May 23, 2015

      Sorry Andi, I read it very quickly. 😀 And I just wanted to write comment as soon as possible, because I am angry on fakes like this. 🙂

  16. chemicalboy
    May 23, 2015

    Scammers everywhere!

  17. Cpaun
    May 23, 2015

    Fake all over. Amoled screens are very expensive. That’s why they are so rare.

  18. Guest
    May 23, 2015

    this is fake, i dont understand as this is a “notice”…

  19. Burs
    May 23, 2015

    Well, sometime next year such specs for the price could be true. But certainly not today. On the other hand, it’s so easy to be scammed on AliExpress. If it was mentioned in the title, I would probably used my 60 seconds on another post.

  20. balcobomber25
    May 23, 2015

    Andi,

    Stealing my tagline from the forum? Haha it’s good that you posted this though too many people will fall for this stuff. Did you see my emails btw?

  21. MitsosDaBest
    May 23, 2015

    1) Well, who buys a phone without Googling first, if the specs are real for this model?
    2) Who buys without the safety of PayPal?
    3) Who buys from the Aliexpress stupid scammers? Many of the sellers there, have fake products or low quality/broken…

    • Aa
      May 23, 2015

      Someone who is not careful enough. That is why stuff like this exist.

    • balcobomber25
      May 24, 2015

      Someone who isn’t as informed as the people who visit this website on a regular basis. I remember the first time buying a Chinese phone I had no clue what I was doing or which sellers where trusted, they were all unknown to me.

  22. Jason45
    May 23, 2015

    Just like on ebay, there are scammers on aliexpress. Luckily, you still have double protection on aliexpress.

  23. David Košič
    May 23, 2015

    There are dozens of this kind of phones on aliexpress however you need like 2 minute to check if the reseller is trustworthy or not.

    • balcobomber25
      May 24, 2015

      When a customer sees that it has positive feedback, in the picture above it shows 87% positive, they are going to think its trustworthy.

    • bro-reac
      May 24, 2015

      True you need to be patient and at the same time check with others resellers for the most trending price

    • Rob
      May 25, 2015

      From my experience on Aliexpress there are 3 brands in particular they tend to fake. Lenovo, Jiayu and Huawei, I generally wouldn’t buy any of these brands there, a quick check though usually reveals the model numbers don’t actually exist or in the case of the Jiayu, spelling mistakes on the back of the phone were a dead giveaway!

  24. MaxPower
    May 23, 2015

    The news here is that 15 buyers have left a positive feedback.
    They are probably running a tweaked version of Antutu that gives them a score of 60.000 and they didn’t even realize that they have a MT6577 phone.
    That guy sold 238 phones so far, good for him.

    • balcobomber25
      May 24, 2015

      This is one of the reasons I stay away from Aliexpress. I knew this particular product was fake once I looked at the specs and price but if it was selling for the same price as normal phones with those specs coupled with all the positive feedback I wouldn’t have been so sure. I bought two things on Ali both from sellers who had a lot of positive feedback one was DoA the other was fake.

    • Guest
      May 24, 2015

      dead on arrival… depressing ! :/

    • balcobomber25
      May 24, 2015

      Yup and the seller claimed otherwise, luckily I paid with Paypal they handled the dispute (which took close 2 months) and ultimately resulted in me sending it back and Paypal refunding me the money.

      That was the first phone I bought from a dealer on Ali. I still read good reviews of the site so I gave it a second shot and ordered a Oppo phone. First clue that it was fake, it arrived in a different box then I had seen online for the Oppo. This wasn’t a total shock because I have had it happen before where different regions get different boxes. The biggest clue was when the phone stopped charging and I took it to an Oppo service center. They couldn’t tell it was fake till they ran the serial numbers.

      Both of these shops were trusted sellers with lots of positive feedback (over 90% for both). Now I have four shops I mainly use:

      Honorbuy – Xiaomi products
      Merimobiles
      1949deal
      Antelife/Cooli Cool – A lot of people have a lot of complaints about them but I have had nothing but great service.

    • MaxPower
      May 25, 2015

      I’ve got my MI4 from merimobiles.
      They had the lowest price back in time. It took about a week to ship the phone but other than that everything was good. I also recommend that shop.

    • balcobomber25
      May 25, 2015

      Yea I have used Merimobiles a few times and always had excellent shipping and service. Only reason I use Honorbuy is because they usually give away free stuff with their Xiaomi’s. When I bought my Mi4 I got a free set of Xiaomi Pistons as well as 3 cases.

    • MaxPower
      May 25, 2015

      Wow, that was a generous gift.

    • balcobomber25
      May 25, 2015

      Sometimes they give away free power banks too, but most of the time it’s just a free case and screen protector.

    • irebel
      May 27, 2015

      How did you buy something on Aliexpress and paid for it with Paypal?
      Aliexpress doesn’t have Paypal as payment option…

    • balcobomber25
      May 27, 2015

      I have a Paypal Mastercard. It offers all the same protections as using the regular Paypal site but also works as a normal credit card.

    • Mark Anthony Bulanadi
      June 10, 2015

      Can the seller hack the phone? Cause im the one who installed antutu fresh from google play store?

    • MaxPower
      June 10, 2015

      Most likely not.
      Try CPUz from play store to check if you have the correct SoC

    • Mark Anthony Bulanadi
      June 10, 2015

      Tried it both with cpuz and antutu here’s what I got

    • Mark Anthony Bulanadi
      June 10, 2015
    • Mark Anthony Bulanadi
      June 10, 2015
    • Mark Anthony Bulanadi
      June 10, 2015
    • MaxPower
      June 10, 2015

      They can actually hack the kernel to fool Antutu and get higher score.
      MT6752 should score around 46.000.
      That said, my guess is that your phone has a MT6752 SoC which is the best midrange SoC to date.
      So, as long as you’re happy with the phone just don’t give too much importance to Antutu.

      EDIT: cpuz result is kinda weird.
      What else were you running while checking CPUz?
      It says that CUP load was above 50%

    • Mark Anthony Bulanadi
      June 10, 2015

      Thanks. Still a pretty good buy though 🙂

    • MaxPower
      June 10, 2015

      There’s definitely something going on since the frequency of the CUP is supposed to be 1.7ghz and not 2.2ghz.
      But again, you’re happy with the purchase and that’s what only matters

    • Mark Anthony Bulanadi
      June 11, 2015

      Clash of clans and candy crush i think.

    • Erebos
      June 15, 2015

      CPU-z should report 8 A53 cores @ 1.7GHz with ARM’s Cortex logo, not 8 A7 cores @ 2.2GHz with Mediatek’s logo.
      Kernel is modded to obfuscate the phone’s real specs and performance.

      It’s 100% fake.

    • Mark Anthony Bulanadi
      June 16, 2015

      Ok guys ran another diagnostic app. Its another version of cpuz and yup its a dual core 1.2ghz processor with 4 gb ram. 🙁 better stick to tried and tested brands. Although the phone still has decent performance but it aint an octacore. Should have bought the asus zen phone.

    • MaxPower
      June 16, 2015

      It’s still a good phone for the price.it would have been a problem if you paid it as a flagship one, but that’s not the case.

      It’s a Mediatek MT6589 which I owned as well and the only problem I had was a bad GPS.
      Besides that everything was pretty decent.

      Edit: i don’t know why but I read QUAD.
      Dual core 1.2ghz seems to be a MT6572
      But they sold it as a MT6752.
      Ram can’t be 4gb either, it’s most likely 1gb.

    • Mark Anthony Bulanadi
      June 16, 2015

      yeah either way its still a good phone for the price. 🙂 dont know about the ram all the tests say 4gb though it might have been tweaked though. and i do experience a bit of lag sometimes. so maybe 1gb ram sounds about right.

  25. Francis Sim
    May 23, 2015

    After several purchases from AliExpress, I find that the prices are generally not as good and deceptive.

  26. Ming06
    May 24, 2015

    fake rom

  27. Francis Sim
    May 24, 2015

    After several purchases from AliExpress, I find that the prices are generally not as good and deceptive.

  28. Muhammad Yasir
    May 24, 2015

    LIES!
    i hate aliexpress!

  29. Guest
    May 24, 2015

    fake rom

  30. Paul Sleight
    May 24, 2015

    I’ve bought many things on aliexpress (carefully) and only been disappointed with two transactions , one didn’t arrive, one was poor quality, the other 50 or 60 items, including three phones were as I expected. That is – good value for money, but cheap!
    I purposely bought a fake phone just to see how bad it could be and was amazed at how good it actually was! Sold as a Lenovo p780t, I worked out it was a Melrose p780. The screen was great even though it was only qHD, it was quick enough to be completely useable for normal everyday, and the battery lasted for ages. When I stopped using it, I left it on with two Sims connected and wifi on connected to the router and it was still alive after seven days! Unfortunately I thought I would be clever and flash the proper Melrose rom to replace the fake lenovo one and bricked it!

    • Rob
      May 25, 2015

      Yes if you buy carefully on Aliexpress then there are bargains to be had. I bought a fake Lenovo on there and the screen was horrendous, if you tilted it more than a couple of degrees you couldn’t see it! Despite the really rubbish hardware I was amazed at how great the ROM was, it was packed with features that worked flawlessly, was incredibly quick and had no bugs that I could find. It was the best ROM I’d seen on a phone anywhere, just a shame they couldn’t put the hardware advertised in it, but I sent it back and got my money back.

    • Jeep ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ
      May 24, 2015

      A 3Ghz MT6752 would not be safe to carry with you :’D I like the 8GB RAM though, lol

  31. abuse
    May 24, 2015

    bitch please, this phone only in your dream, the reality is the phone that you buy only shipped with decent hardware maybe for the expensive one you will get one with 3GB ram and mediatek 6595, mostly are bullshit over aliexpresssssss, too many fake over there just be careful

  32. Guest
    May 24, 2015

    LIES!
    i hate aliexpress!

  33. Paul Sleight
    May 24, 2015

    I’ve bought many things on aliexpress (carefully) and only been disappointed with two transactions , one didn’t arrive, one was poor quality, the other 50 or 60 items, including three phones were as I expected. That is – good value for money, but cheap!
    I purposely bought a fake phone just to see how bad it could be and was amazed at how good it actually was! Sold as a Lenovo p780t, I worked out it was a Melrose p780. The screen was great even though it was only qHD, it was quick enough to be completely useable for normal everyday, and the battery lasted for ages. When I stopped using it, I left it on with two Sims connected and wifi on connected to the router and it was still alive after seven days! Unfortunately I thought I would be clever and flash the proper Melrose rom to replace the fake lenovo one and bricked it!

    • Rob
      May 25, 2015

      Yes if you buy carefully on Aliexpress then there are bargains to be had. I bought a fake Lenovo on there and the screen was horrendous, if you tilted it more than a couple of degrees you couldn’t see it! Despite the really rubbish hardware I was amazed at how great the ROM was, it was packed with features that worked flawlessly, was incredibly quick and had no bugs that I could find. It was the best ROM I’d seen on a phone anywhere, just a shame they couldn’t put the hardware advertised in it, but I sent it back and got my money back.

    • Jeep ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ
      May 24, 2015

      A 3Ghz MT6752 would not be safe to carry with you :’D I like the 8GB RAM though, lol

  34. Guest
    May 24, 2015

    bitch please, this phone only in your dream, the reality is the phone that you buy only shipped with decent hardware maybe for the expensive one you will get one with 3GB ram and mediatek 6595, mostly are bullshit over aliexpresssssss, too many fake over there just be careful

  35. Avag0
    May 24, 2015

    DONT buy – On the russian forum there is a whole thread about this phone specs are. :
    540×960 screen resolution
    512 mb Ram
    Mtk 6592
    5 mp camera
    Dont get caught by this – You can get some 6732 phones or snap 410 phones for this price .

  36. Krys-001
    May 24, 2015

    nothing special ,,.. on aliFAKEspress you can find more fake lenovo phones that articles on this site …. + thanks to andi , finally someone that talks about scammers on aliFAKEspress ,, i bought a fake lenovo that had to be an octacore and its a dual core so yeah i have the experience….

      • Rob
        May 25, 2015

        I’ve been there with a fake Lenovo too. However with the link you put up it is obviously fake, I always look at the photoshopped antutu screen shots. If you look it says GPU Mali 400 (this is the dual core MT6582 that you found in the device). They always make at least 1 mistake in this way, another is usually found under CPU where it will say ‘Qualcoom Mediatek’, thats another dead giveaway. By checking these you will generally avoid 99.9% of fakes, the last giveaway is obviously the price! lol

  37. iKosh
    May 24, 2015

    I’ve seen Vivo earphones for $4. Vivo couldn’t make a toothpick for that price.

  38. Guest
    May 24, 2015

    DONT buy – On the russian forum there is a whole thread about this phone specs are. :
    540×960 screen resolution
    512 mb Ram
    Mtk 6592
    5 mp camera
    Dont get caught by this – You can get some 6732 phones or snap 410 phones for this price .

  39. Krys-001
    May 24, 2015

    nothing special ,,.. on aliFAKEspress you can find more fake lenovo phones that articles on this site …. + thanks to andi , finally someone that talks about scammers on aliFAKEspress ,, i bought a fake lenovo that had to be an octacore and its a dual core so yeah i have the experience….

    • Rob
      May 25, 2015

      I’ve been there with a fake Lenovo too. However with the link you put up it is obviously fake, I always look at the photoshopped antutu screen shots. If you look it says GPU Mali 400 (this is the dual core MT6582 that you found in the device). They always make at least 1 mistake in this way, another is usually found under CPU where it will say ‘Qualcoom Mediatek’, thats another dead giveaway. By checking these you will generally avoid 99.9% of fakes, the last giveaway is obviously the price! lol

  40. iKosh
    May 24, 2015

    I’ve seen Vivo earphones for $4. Vivo couldn’t make a toothpick for that price.

  41. HTY55
    May 25, 2015

    The maker of this phone, Shenzhen Hengyuan Dingye Technology Development Co., Ltd., currently has about a dozen phones (all Android, all using MediaTek CPUs; some of even look like certain well-known smartphones). Even the MPIE M7 Plus is not even listed on their official website. (Their English website is littered with machine translations.)

  42. Guest
    May 25, 2015

    The maker of this phone, Shenzhen Hengyuan Dingye Technology Development Co., Ltd., currently has about a dozen phones (all Android, all using MediaTek CPUs; some of even look like certain well-known smartphones). Even the MPIE M7 Plus is not even listed on their official website. (Their English website is littered with machine translations.)

  43. Thi Ha
    May 28, 2015

    I have ordered the phone. Let’s see what happened.

  44. Thi Ha
    May 28, 2015

    I have ordered the phone. Let’s see what happened.

  45. Thi Ha
    May 28, 2015

    I have ordered the phone. Let’s see what happened.

  46. Mark Anthony Bulanadi
    June 10, 2015

    Hi, just bought this phone and i would say im fairly happy with it. Got 68708 in the antutu benchmark score and the phone is performing pretty well with the games that i intalled in it. I dont know if they can hack the phone and make antutu say that it has 8 cores which antutu say it has. Anyways as for me i believe i got a great deal.

    • Mark Anthony Bulanadi
      June 10, 2015

      Here’s the screenshot from my phone both with antutu and cpuz

  47. Mark Anthony Bulanadi
    June 10, 2015

    Hi, just bought this phone and i would say im fairly happy with it. Got 68708 in the antutu benchmark score and the phone is performing pretty well with the games that i intalled in it. I dont know if they can hack the phone and make antutu say that it has 8 cores which antutu say it has. Anyways as for me i believe i got a great deal.

    • Mark Anthony Bulanadi
      June 10, 2015

      Here’s the screenshot from my phone both with antutu and cpuz

    • Mark Anthony Bulanadi
      June 10, 2015
    • Mark Anthony Bulanadi
      June 10, 2015
    • Mark Anthony Bulanadi
      June 10, 2015
  48. Ferdzff
    July 23, 2015

    I got this phone and i am sorry for myself. The phone seems to be fast as you can see on the specs but it was super slow. I cant play videos in you tube coz its always lagging first time you play video it will say internal error and you will find that it is always out of horizontal sync. The other thing i hate on this phone is the launcher. this launcher makes the phone more slow you will find that it took 5 seconds before the main screen appears. the phone cannot handle to open facebook, messenger, or any application without closing all of it. you must use one application at a time because the phone will hang.whats the use of 3GB ram it the phone is lagging and so slow. in antutu it says MALI-T760 screen resolution is 1920 x 1080 but in ANDA64 it says MALI-400 screen resolution is 540 X960. seems the phone is tweaked and does not really reveal its information. i need to throw this phone and buy for a new one. hope people will not buy this phone and i already warn them.

  49. Guest
    July 23, 2015

    I got this phone and i am sorry for myself. The phone seems to be fast as you can see on the specs but it was super slow. I cant play videos in you tube coz its always lagging first time you play video it will say internal error and you will find that it is always out of horizontal sync. The other thing i hate on this phone is the launcher. this launcher makes the phone more slow you will find that it took 5 seconds before the main screen appears. the phone cannot handle to open facebook, messenger, or any application without closing all of it. you must use one application at a time because the phone will hang.whats the use of 3GB ram it the phone is lagging and so slow. in antutu it says MALI-T760 screen resolution is 1920 x 1080 but in ANDA64 it says MALI-400 screen resolution is 540 X960. seems the phone is tweaked and does not really reveal its information. i need to throw this phone and buy for a new one. hope people will not buy this phone and i already warn them.