Samsung Galaxy S8 (China Version) Is A Clone Worth $100
With how popular the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus right now, it's no wonder that there will be some companies producing its own version of the said devices. Apparently, there is a new cloned Galaxy S8 smartphone that is made in China which features a design almost similar to the original one.
The Design And Features
The fake Galaxy S8 phone itself has a sleek design that is heavy, thicker and prone to smudges. It also has a SIM and microSD card tray slot. At the front, it has many sensors, including an iris scanner which works but doesn't really work like an iris scanner. It's probably some kind of a face or picture recognition scanner of some sort.
At the back, it features a rear camera, flash unit, heart rate sensor, a Samsung logo and large FCC labels printed on the back. It also has a touch ID sensor that doesn't actually work. In addition, the back casing can be easily removed. In the packaging label, it claims to have a wireless charging feature which of course doesn't work as well.
It features a LCD Quad HD display with a screen resolution of 1440 x 2560 pixels. As for its display design, it has a think black strip both on top and bottom to make it look curved. Furthermore, it has a virtual home button. Speaking of that, the capacitive keys can be hidden similar to the Xiaomi Mi Mix.
It also has always-on display for its timer. However, compared to an AMOLED display, only the pixels with the timer is lit, while on the fake Galaxy S8, given that it features a LCD display, the whole screen is lit up.
The OS, Internal Memory And Camera
It runs on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow and has 64 GB with 4 GB of RAM. For performance, it had a score of 21,542 on the AnTuTu benchmark and it easily heats up. In fact, during the video unboxing review, it had 106 Fahrenheit.
Though the packaging label claims it has a 16 MP rear camera, it was actually only 12.6 MP. In the camera app, you don't really get a setting for what quality you want. Instead, you only have Low, Medium, High, and Fine. As for the picture size, there are two options available, 6M pixels and 9M pixels. Lastly, for the video recording, it's fuzzy and it won't record under the Fine video quality.
Buy An LG G6 And Get Free Google Home For A Limited Time Only
Carriers such as T-Mobile, AT&T, U.S. Cellular and Sprint will throw in a Google Home if customers will buy the LG G6 early.
Canadian Sex Toy Maker Accused Of Spying Its Customers
The We-Connect app connected to the We-Vibe vibrator sends data back to the company, including details on temperature, settings and usage.
Nintendo Switch Now Available At Hundreds Of Argos Stores
After being unavailable for weeks, the Nintendo Switch stock has been replenished and is now available.
Android 8.0 Oreo Update Under Works for Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus
Samsung has started development work on Android 8.0 for Galaxy S8, following the Android Oreo closed-beta launch for OnePlus 3.
Galaxy Note 8 Survives JerryRigEverything’s Torture Test with Aplomb
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 survives the exhaustive JerryRigEverything durability test with ease.
MORE IN ITECHPOST
6 Must-Take Steps to Protect Yourself from a Data Breach
A data breach can take place in many ways. Whether it involves gaining physical access to your laptop or a malicious cyberattack on your device, the safety of your data could be easily compromised at any time.
How Do Personal Emergency Response Systems Work?
Personal emergency response systems, known as PERS for short, are systems that help people to raise the alarm and get immediate help when a medical or personal emergency occurs. They are ideal for older people and anyone with a mobility issue or an injury or illness that can cause falls.
Eight Must-Have Tools to Keep Your Car Out of Garage
We all dread taking our car to a garage for repairs. We might just want to avoid the inconvenience of being off the road or maybe the costs associated, which can even lead to knock-on effects on things like our holiday plans.
6 Hacks for Students to Choose a Laptop While on a Budget
The modern world tries to drown us in the sea of choices. One can’t simply buy a laptop - there are hundreds of laptops around and sometimes our budget becomes the only real limitation we can rely on. But how to choose other parameters to get the best laptop possible?