One of the multiple up-and-coming Chinese phone makers, Zopo, might soon launch a true powerhouse of a flagship, complete with a record-busting deca-core chipset.
The prototype phablet from Zopo popped up with a 6" Quad HD display, and what's likely a Helio X20
chipset, as that's the one carrying no less than ten cores, 4 GB of RAM, and a 20 MP shooter to boot. If that's not spec'd-out, we don't know what is, but there's more, like a fingerprint scanner, thin chassis with minimum bezels, and what looks like a premium design.
The deca-core flagship from Zopo is said to hit early next year, but it won't be the first deca-core phone, as the upcoming HTC One A9
is set to arrive this fall, and is also rumored to feature a Helio X20
processors, a Quad HD (1440 x 2560 pixels) display, 4 GB of RAM, and a rear camera with support for RAW photography. The handset might cost around $500 - $600, though, while the Zopo flagship would likely arrive for cheaper for all those deca-core lovers out there.