The Zopo ZP900 in your hand
The Leader is a big phone! If you have small hands or are not comfortable with larger phones then look at the ZP300 Field as the ZP900 is really big!
Holding the ZP900 in your left hand you can easily reach the power button with your index finger and controling the volume is very comfortable.
In your right hand you can use your thumb easily enough for the power button, however the volume buttons seemed a little low for me to reach without adjusting my grip on the phone. While this is no deal breaker it is at least worth a thought.
The Leader is also no feather weigh and feels quite weighty in your hand, this personally didn’t bother me as the weight is balanced quite well with most of the phones girth being spread across the center of the phone.
My personal day in day out phone is an iPhone 4, you remember those right, tiny, slow, outdated things? Well say what you will about the size of the iPhone but I have become quite use to taking photos with just one hand.
While actually using the camera app on the Leaders large screen is a positive joy thanks to all the extra display space, the size of the phone also makes taking quick photos a bit cumbersome!
However, that is just my opinion of the phone (after switching from a smaller iPhone) if you are already use to large phones then the ZP900 should be easy to weild.
Built in software and apps
In the Gizchina forum, which you can sign up to here, someone asked me to make a list of all the apps installed on the Zopo ZP900 Leader when it arrives from ZopoMobileShop.
So here are all the Apps the ZP900 ships with along with some screen shots!
- Angry Birds Space.
- Documents to go
- Google Maps
- FM Radio
- Google Navigation (not supported in China)
- TASK Manager
- News and weather
- Google Talk
- Wireless input device app (so you can use an external keyboard)
And best of all the Google Play Store where you can log in with your Google account details and download games, apps ETC to your hearts content!
Of course you have all your usual Android Ice Cream Sandwich features to including Google Voice input for search which for me is the killer Android feature!