The Chinese began to copy Meizu flagship smartphones under a different name and sell them ... more expensive

The Chinese company Gree, which specializes in the production of electrical appliances, has released a "new"

smartphone at home under the Tosot brand.The device was named GREE TOSOT G7. Despite the fact that the device is positioned as a new phone, in fact, there is nothing new in it - it is almost a complete copy of the Chinese Meizu 18X.

It is essentially a rebranding of the Meizu 18X.GREE TOSOT G7 comes in two memory configurations: 8GB + 128GB and 8GB + 256GB. These two options cost 2959 yuan - $ 462 and 3099 yuan, or $ 484, respectively. For comparison, the same Meizu 18X models are much cheaper - 2599 yuan, about $ 401 and 2799, or $ 433, respectively.

Apart from the price difference, these are pretty much the same phones except for a couple of changes.

GREE TOSOT G7 runs AndroidHALO UI 6.0 and bears the “64MP Matrix AI Camera” lettering below the cameras, as well as the TOSOT branding at the bottom of the rear panel. The Meizu 18X runs Flyme 9.2 based on Android 11 and has the 18X Dark Vision lettering under the cameras, as well as the MEIZU branding at the bottom of the rear panel.

The main characteristics of these smartphones are:6.67-inch 10-bit FHD +, 120Hz OLED display, Snapdragon 870, LPDDR4x RAM, UFS 3.1 storage, triple rear camera with 64MP, 8MP and 2MP sensors, and also comes with a 13MP selfie camera. battery with a capacity of 4300 mAh and 30W fast charging.

Source: Gizmochina