How can a Chinese phone manufacturer produce a clone of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 when it hasn’t been launched yet? In fact is this quad-core, 5.5-inch phablet even really a knock-off in that case? These a questions we don’t know the answers to but at least we know the specs.
Under the decidedly Samsung styled exterior, and behind the 720HD 5.7-inch IPS display sits a Mediatek quad-core MT6589 CPU, 1GB RAM, 8GB ROM, SD card reader and dual-sim support. The camera hardware is pretty impressive too, with a rear 8 mega-pixel sensor taking up the main camera duties, and a 5 mega-pixel sensor on “duck-face” watch.
The name of the device is shamelessly called the “Note 3”. Despite the name, it is probably fair to say that this Chinese clone actually looks more like a Note 2 (albeit with a slightly larger display) than anything. Either way, it is impressive how close they came to mimicking Samsung’s overall design style. What do you think of this clone?
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