While we look forward to the release of the iPhone 8, a Chinese manufacturer has devised an iPhone 7 Plus miniature marketed at less than 50 euros. Features, design, you are told everything!
The iPhone has always fascinated the Chinese manufacturers who, over the years, have not stopped imagining copies or clones all more original and especially very similar to the original smarphones assembled by the Cupertino firm. Today a new imitation of an iPhone 7 Plus this time comes to see the light in China. Called Soyes 7s, the smartphone resumes by design the smartphone headed … but in miniature version. And for good reason, the Soyes 7s integrates a screen of 2.54 inches, against 5,5 inches for the model Apple. We note that it is even more tiny than the screen of the first iPhone released in 2007 which was equipped with a screen of 3.5 inches. The iPhone 7s will be a bigger chouia than the iPhone 7!
Beyond the size of its screen, the Soyes 7s is 46mm wide, 95mm long and 9.9mm thick. And despite the presence of a dual photo sensor, only a sensor is actually functional. In addition, the Soyes 7s offers a 5-megapixel camera and a 0.3-megapixel front camera. Featuring a MedialTek MT6 580 quad-core processor, the Soyes 7s has 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage space that can be supplemented by a MicroSD card. And against all odds, the miniature smartphone runs Android 6.0, aka Android Marshallow. Available on a participatory financing platform, the Soyes 7s costs 358 yen, or just under 50 euros. This is significantly cheaper than the price of 1000 euros announced for the iPhone 8. Interested?