[Q] Identify real specs of a fake phone?
Back from one of those fake markets in mainland China where I got myself a pretty good-looking phone which I'm desperately trying to identify, in order to install a new rom and hopefully get Google Play running on it.
The package says VOVI S968,it's bundled with 2 different protective shells, a 2nd battery and an old-fashion analog watch (!!). At around USD100 it's a pretty decent deal for a dual-sim 5" smartphone apparently running a recent version of Android (but probably not Android 4.3 as it says on the box). It looks rather thin and I find the blue metal backplate rather appealing.
As I really need Google Play on this toy in order to install some of the apps I purchased, I start to look at the phone specs in order to find out how to go about rooting it and installing a custom rom and that's where the night mare begins: all the specs are fake!!
Model number: S880
Android version: 4.2.2
Kernel version 4 Core MTK6589
Build Number: XUNHU_S880_XY_V10_09-07-2013
Processor: ARMv7 Processor rev 1 (v71)
4 x BogoMIPS: 1700.0 MHz
... but also tells me that a shabby 7546 test score which is to my knowledge, way inferior to an actual MTK6589, which from what I googled, should reach somewhere around 13K.
The only information I can rely on so far is that when I connect it in USB debugging mode, Windows device manager tells me it's a Spreadtrum
. I do not see however, which model I have.
I succesfully rooted it with motochop and adb files from this thread
, but I feel I cannot go further and try to flash a new ROM on it without properly identifying my phone.
Can anyone please tell me what a the real specs of my phone and, if possible which rom I can safely flash onto it?
Thanks in advance,