Premium Zopo phablet with ten processor cores, 4 GB RAM and a 2k display appears

Premium Zopo phablet with ten processor cores, 4 GB RAM and a 2k display appears
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.

source: TechRez via Gizchina



3. Wiencon

Posts: 2278; Member since: Aug 06, 2014

Another phablet! This is exciting, isn't it people!? I just couldn't wait to see another phablet! I wonder what phablet will be unveiled tomorrow, oh my gosh I'm so excited!

4. Kame_Hame_Haaaaa

Posts: 360; Member since: Jul 29, 2015

Like it or not, the premium of the future will be phablet size. It's the trend. It's you that were against the mother nature. Z5 premium = rumorerd to be 5.5" LG G4 premium = rumored to be be 5.7"

6. carlemillward unregistered

Yeah, Apple might change from 4.7 to 5.0", and the rest might be 5.2" or 5.5".

5. Martin_Cooper

Posts: 1774; Member since: Jul 30, 2013

Dont worry apple will always have a 4.7-5 inch flagship. One of the few non retarded companies who care for the other half of the planet that consider anything above 5 too big.

7. tedkord

Posts: 17544; Member since: Jun 17, 2009

Or, the most retarded that took forever to see what people wanted, large phones.

8. ibend

Posts: 6747; Member since: Sep 30, 2014

but he say "3.5 inch is sweet spot"

2. raf37

Posts: 7; Member since: Sep 03, 2014

500 600$ is for the HTC aero they wrote below it the zopo flagship would likely arrive cheaper

1. Sidewinder

Posts: 515; Member since: Jan 15, 2015

500 to 600$ is asking too much for a Chinese upcoming brand. Even if the phone might have features that justify the price, I don't think customers would be swayed too much to spend that much on a Chinese phone

9. marorun

Posts: 5029; Member since: Mar 30, 2015

And this sad ppl buy for brand instead of best quality.

10. Niva.

Posts: 440; Member since: Jan 05, 2015

Well there is something to be said about brand loyalty, though most of the readers here probably don't suffer too much from it (at least in the Android camp.) The bigger problem is the concerns about Chinese phones and privacy, there has been numerous instances (Coolpad perhaps most famous recently) where it was revealed that Chinese companies have insalled/coded backdoor access into devices. While these instances may be limited the closed nature of the Android builds they release prevent some informed people from ever considering these devices until they come unlocked and with AOSP builds. I definitely fall into that category. The Huawei Nexus coming up is the first device I'm actually interested in despite it being a phablet. I'll probably get the LG Nexus 5 but consideration is definitely being given to the other option. To sum up, software is the biggest concern. It's hard to know about "quality" until the phone has been out on the market for a while and the reviews are in as well as stories of people who delt with the firm's customer support.

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