Chinese Android smartphones have recently become more and more attractive with their low prices and increasingly capable specifications. Thus already for some time I had the plan to buy a dual-SIM phone in order to carry around fewer mobile devices. As I spend some days in Shenzhen I came across the Zopo ZP300+ (Field) and could not resist buying one. Here is the spec in order to make you understand why I did so
- MTK MT6577 Dual Core 1GHz processor, GPU: PowerVR SGX531
- 1GB RAM / 4GB ROM / micro SD card slot for up to 64GB
- 4.5 inch LG IPS screen, 1280 x 720 pixel resolution, capacitive 5-point touchscreen
- Dual sim dual standby, 3G WCDMA/GSM+GSM
- 2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
- 3G: WCDMA HSPDA 850/2100 MHz (HSDPA 7.2Mbps, HSUPA 5.7Mbps)
- Support WiFi (b/g/a), Bluetooth (3.0), GPS (AGPS, YGPS), FM Radio
- 8.0MP back CMOS Camera + 2.0MP front camera with auto focus and photo light
- Sensors: Gravity, ambient light, proximity, compass
- Video playback and recording up to 720P(1280 x 720)
- Android 4.0.4 OS, updated to Jelly Bean in the future
- Micro USB port and 3.5mm headphone jack
- 1800mAh Li-on battery, Standby time: 130-200 hours
- Dimensions: 133 x 68.2 x 12.4mm, Weight: 148g
While I did not yet find the time to do an in-depth review, here are a first pictures of what’s inside the box.
The Phone comes in the usual carton box and just from a few stickers you can tell the difference to the single core ZOPO ZP300 phone. In the box there is (of course) the battery, a Headset (not too bad sound), micro USB charging cable, USB AC adaptor and some documentation (in chinese).
That’s all for the moment, please hang on for the complete review.