We are no longer anticipating just the Galaxy S7 and iPhone 7 this year – GooApple which is a dedicated iPhone clone manufacturer will be making a splash with its own version of the unreleased iPhone 7 – tagged GooApple i7.
The company does rather well in reminding us of another clone-centric making company – GooPhone. The aforementioned cloned device has its design based on the several rumored exterior of the flagship iPhone 7 that should launch sometime later this year.
The company released its version of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus earlier last year and tagged them GooApple i6 – both of which featured an iOS 8.1 like interface based on Android – with respective screen sizes of 4.7-inch and 5.5 inches and an internal memory configuration of up to 64GB.
The newer clone, however, will reportedly be stepping things up a double notch. The GooApple i7 will allegedly come powered by a MediaTek Helio P10 SoC that will be coupled with a Dual-core 64-bit Mali-T860 GPU and a whopping 4GB of LPDDR3 RAM module.
On the storage side, the device will pack up to 256GB of NAND flash that can be expandable via a MicroSD card slot. Other potential specifications to be featured in the device include NFC, a fair 3100mAh battery that will be graced with MediaTek’s PumpExpress Technology – that is essentially an equivalent to Qualcomm’s Quick Charge.
The device should come with a 16MP imaging unit on the rear and an 8MP for your selfies and video chats. There will also be a dedicated HIFI audio chip onboard to give you an unparalleled audio experience provided you enjoy your audio uncompressed else, you wouldn’t notice any different from your regular MP3 playbacks.
The i7 will come with Android 6.0 out of the box with a modified UI akin to Apple’s iOS and it certainly will be one heck of a smartphone to contend with when or if it does make it to the market.
How do you feel about an high-end iPhone 7 clone? If you had your chance at the GooApple i7 when it launches, would you get one? Let us know in the comments below.