GooPhone, a company famous for cloning phones and tablets, has just launched another devices, the GooPhone N2 Lite. The looks of the phone and even the name itself leave no room for doubt what device the company is emulating this time – of course it is the Samsung Galaxy Note II. And let’s admit it, both handsets look almost identical, expect for the bezels which are slightly wider in the GooPhone. What is different between the original Galaxy Note II and the clone is the inside.
Galaxy Note II Clone with Dual-core Processor
The GooPhone N2 Lite is equipped 5.5-inch 720p HD touch screen, just like the original Galaxy Note II, but is powered by a dual-core MediaTek MT6589 processor. Actually, the company promised to put a quad-core unit inside, but apparently changed its mind, hence the “Lite” in the name. This also suggests that a handset with the promised quad-core processor might be on its way some time in the future. We will see about that.
The N2 Lite packs an 8 megapixel rear camera, a 1.3 megapixel front camera and a 3,100 mAh battery – which is the exact same capacity as the original. The phablet also offers 1 GB of RAM, 4 GB of internal storage with microSD card slot compatible with up to 32 GB cards, and 3G as well as GSM connectivity.
The Galaxy Note II clone, which will be available to buy soon, will be priced at 999 yuan, which is an equivalent of $160 at the current exchange rates, making it probably the cheapest 5.5-inch phablet on the market.