Sunday, March 9, 2014

Goophone M8 vs HTC One: MediaTek MT6595 CPU, 1GB RAM, and 16GB Storage

Both Goophone and HTC are based in China. However, the two mobile phone manufacturers compete to gain a market share. Aside from them, other smartphone producers from Asia continue to explore possibilities to stay on the game by knowing the right and efficient technology to be used in rising their flagships among the others.

Goophone M8 is another 5-inch smartphone with a very close features to HTC One which appeared in Chinese stores way back in December of 2013. And guess what, the two different device are equipped with MediaTek's MT6595 processor. An octa-core chip that can possibly outshines quad-core technology in the near future.

Aside from having a similar processor, Goophone M8 and HTC One are also packed with 1GB of RAM, 16GB of built-in storage, 12.6-megapixel camera, and 1920 x 1080-pixel resolution (in 5-inch display). It is like talking a cloned smartphones but it is hard to tell the original model.

According to reports, Goophone M8 might be the first clone of HTC One ahead of its official release few days from now. Both of the said handset shares a common features from outside appearances except probably from its surprising difference in prices. I can say that M8 and HTC One offers a high-end specs compared to other China-made smartphones but you must know the difference in terms of quality.

Goophone M8 and HTC One Android Smartphones

Overall specs of Goophone M8 is not yet available for me to compared the other underlying specs. But it is good to hear that HTC One got the original name for an Android phone with MediaTek's eight-core technology running under its hood.



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