Goophone I6: Serial Device Cloner Announces Its IPhone 6 Copy Ahead Of Apple

Posted: Jul 17 2014, 3:21pm CDT | by , in News | Mobile Phones

Goophone i6: Serial Device Cloner Announces Its iPhone 6 Copy Ahead Of Apple
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The clone's looks are where the similarities with the expected new iPhone end

Chinese clones of the mainstream cell phones are nothing but the same old thing. Truth be told, Chinese clones of pretty much anything is nothing but the same old thing made into new, yet the most recent clone to leave the nation is really focused around something that doesn't even authoritatively exist yet: the iPhone 6. With such a large number of leaks coming up that claim to be of parts bound for the iPhone 6, Chinese cloners have figured out how to fabricate what they think is an incredible generation of what Apple aims to get to the market in the following few months. In the event that you've ever seen an anecdote about an iPhone 6 part leak, then you'll likely perceive this clone at the outset.

The phone is going to be known as the Goophone i6 and is focused around the supposed 4.7-inch iPhone 6 model. Shockingly, its looks are the one thing where the differences with the original iphone begin to show, in light of the fact that while Apple's variant is relied upon lot of fancy odds and ends and in addition some amazing fittings underneath its skin, the Goophone i6 isn't exactly as energizing. When its all said and done, its a clone, and simply an unpleasant representation of the genuine article. The phone packs features including a 4.7-inch, 960 x 540 display as well as a 1.3GHz quad-core MediaTek CPU and a 1 GB RAM.

source: redmondpie

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