HDC Galaxy Note 4, Goophone N4 Are Galaxy Note 4 Clones
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is one of the most impressive Android device money can buy these days - stuffed with the latest of hardware, it also comes with quite a few software tricks up its sleeve. Great devices evoke major cloning efforts, too, as we attested to with our iPhone 6 clonings roundup recently.
HDC Galaxy Note 4 ($149)
From the screen size, to the TouchWiz look-a-like interface, this HDC clone comes with MediaTek chipset, HD screen and 1 GB of RAM only, but it only costs $150, too.
Goophone N4 ($199.99)
The specs of the Goophone N4 don't come anywhere close to what is expected with the Note 4. The Goophone N4 features a 5.7-inch 720p display, MediaTel chip, 2 GB of RAM, a 13-megapixel rear camera, a 5-megapixel front camera, and a 3200mAh battery. Not too shabby, and that battery will last on those specs.
No-Name Note 4 ($205)
"Real" 5.7" IPS screen - that's the moto of this no-name Note 4 clone you can buy off AliExpress for two Benjies. Other cloning companies, they say, only advertise 5.7" panels, but theirs is in fact usually a 5.5" one. Hey, counterfeiters have values, too. Joking aside, this seems like your best bet on a Note 4 wannabe, as it sports a 1080p panel, 3 GB of RAM and 16 MP camera on the back. Heck, it will even fake a 4G icon in the status bar for you, how about that?