Galaxy Note II KIRF edition makes a quick appearance, shows no remorse
It was only a matter of time before we’d see this one, right? As has been the case with many, many other gadgets, Samsung’s Galaxy Note II is the latest one to join the “Keepin’ it Real Fake” revolution. Formally dubbed Star S7180, this phablet clone, as you can imagine, doesn’t come even close to matching the genuine Note II’s mighty spec sheet, with this 5.5-inch KIRF device said to be only boasting a dual-core MT6577 CPU with 1GB RAM, 4GB of internal storage and an 8-megapixel cam on the back — but, hey, at least there’s some Jelly Bean to go with that. According to GizChina, you’ll have to shell out about $150 for the Star S7180, which, all in all, isn’t too bad a deal — that’s if you don’t mind taking the faux route, of course. At any rate, you’ll find additional eye candy after the break, and, judging by the looks, it may just be Mr. Blurrycam’s best work yet.