They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. I suppose that saying rings true when it comes to the world of smartphones, as we have seen our fair share of clones in the past. This time around, the Landvo S6 would be the particular model that takes center stage, and if you are quick enough, you would know that this happens to be a clone of the Samsung Galaxy S6, which is one of the South Korean conglomerate’s most recent flagship models released. The asking price for the Landvo S6 happens to be just $110 a pop, now how about that?
Clearly, being a clone, it would have to share a fair number of physical resemblance to that of the original model, and the Landvo S6 will feature a metallic exterior, not to mention the fact that it has also received a touch (pardon the pun) of TouchWiz. The camera itself is also placed in a near perfect location as with the Galaxy S6, and there are also rounded metal edges which has been claimed to take up to 111 hours to polish before arriving at such a physical state. At the back lies a 16MP shooter, while the front has a 5MP camera, just like the original.
Underneath the hood is where all the difference lies – the speedy Exynos 7420 is not there, but rather, one would find a rather lowly MediaTek MT6582 processor, accompanied by 1GBRAM and 16GB of internal memory. A 2,550 mAh battery runs proceedings, while you can stash in dual SIM cards to keep your private and public lives separate, with Android 5.0 Lollipop holding everything together.
- Super AMOLED
- 576 PPI
- f/1.9 Aperture
- Wireless Charging
- Exynos 7420