Acclaimed, sold more, but certainly not the cheapest: the Samsung Galaxy S3 is a highly successful high-end smart phone. And then you sit around waiting for someone to sit down imitation. And we do not mean to imitate the ‘Boehme someone does something we do “a number of much-discussed cases of the past year, but the straight cloning of a device.
Behold the HDC Galaxy S3 (especially on his English spoken this for some confusion ). And indeed, at first glance, the device reminds us of the Samsung device with the same name. Only upon closer inspection it becomes clear why the HDC Galaxy S3 has a price tag of the equivalent of about 200 euros.
The HDC is doted with a MediaTek single core processor running at 1 GHz (just not comparable to the 1.4 GHz quad core chip of the real S3), a 4.7 inch LCD screen with a resolution of 480 by 800 pixels (ism also just not), and a five megapixel camera (well). Furthermore the device is thicker than the original Galaxy S3, and runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread. HDC has also taken the trouble to Samsung’s TouchWiz / Nature UX interface slightly to make (or at least the icons and wallpapers).
Moreover, we should say that – for a device with such moderate specifications – everything seems to run smoothly, as we hands-on video is any guide.
Funnily enough, let devices such as the HDC Galaxy S3 how murderous the pace in the ‘mobile technology race is. The technology of this device is less than two years behind that of the leading smart phone brands, and MediaTek is about her first dual core processor launch. In less than two years are also the cheap clones have a quad-core processor and a HD quality watch.
Those interested in more of these beautiful pieces of handicrafts, we recommend a look at China Gizmo on, showing the imagination and marks as Zopo Goophone (sometimes they do it to?). Whether we call this device ever in the Netherlands on the market will see? That’s unlikely – but who ‘m really want on the Internet sure is a website where it can be ordered .