Two days ago, Apple hosted a launch event to unveil the new iPad Air and the new Apple watch.
Many expected the brand to announce the much-anticipated iPhone 12 series at the event, but, Apple seems to be taking one step at a time.
According to reports, the iPhone 12 may likely debut sometime in October. Pending its launch, a Chinese smartphone brand has teased the launch of the clone of the iPhone 12 Pro.
Goophone is famous for cloning well-know high-end smartphone like Apple handsets and Samsung devices, especially the S-series.
Smartphones released by the Chinese brand are always Android-powered. The UI on each device is tweaked to look like that of the original phone. They also debut with off-the-shelf processors from MediaTek.
The Goophone 12 Pro will debut as the clone of Apple’s next-generation smartphone. The iPhone 12 Pro.
The Goophone 12 would likely arrive with a notch-less 6.7-inch AMOLED display. The screen supports Full HD+ resolution and has a dedicated punch-hole for the front-facing camera.
The punch-hole houses a 13-megapixel camera for selfies and making video calls.
On the phone’s back, it carries a quad-camera system sheltered in a square-shaped module. The setup includes a 48-megapixel primary sensor alongside a 13-megapixel lens, a 5-megapixel snapper, and a 2-megapixel sensor.
An LED flash is present in the middle of the four cameras.
Under the hood, the phone may run on the MediaTek-powered Dimensity 1000+ chipset alongside 8GB of LPDDR4x RAM. It will offer the user with 128GB UFS 3.0 storage.
The Chinese phone maker is famous for releasing these cloned devices at low prices. For instance, in 2017, the firm released the Goophone X, which is a clone for the iPhone X.
The Apple iPhone X retailed for $999 while the Goophone X sold for $105. It probably retailed for such a ridiculous price due to its interior components.
Considering the chipset on the Goophone 12 Pro, the price might be a little on the high side.
The company states that the phone will be released in China soon.