If you want a Galaxy Note 2 but can’t afford it? We’ve got a clone that you might be interested in. The Star S7180 is 5.5 inches just like the Note 2 and but it’s not running a quad core Exynos processor but a dual-core MT6577 CPU.

Star S7180: Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Clone For $150

The Star S7180 has 1GB RAM, 4GB ROM, 0.3 mega-pixel front camera and 8 mega-pixel rear with LED flash. The biggest let down of the device is that it’s running 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich rather than Jelly Bean.

The Star S7180 hasn’t been released yet so we’ll have to keep an eye on its availability, if you’re after the previous generation which measures 5.3 inches check out the Taobao store here.

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  4. Whatever this is, it sucks! Nicole. You should do much more with your need on getting “hands on the latest gadgets”. Open 3.1 inches mouth, dual vision, 10 fingers… you can do much more with that! (p.s. I call it gadget man)

    • We just picked up 6 devices from Shenzhen, another Note 2 KIRF device with dual SIM, check back in two day’s we’re going to have some cool videos up…and yes these gadgets will be cooler than this one :P

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