Zopo have remained quiet on the quad-core MT6589 phone front, but new details suggest the Zopo ZP800 is on the way and it could rival even the mighty UMi X2!
The UMi X2 is currently the hottest Android phone sporting a quad-core MT6589 chip we have seen this year, and judging by the leaked photos we published last week it will be launching very soon, however it looks as though they might already have rival!
According to sources over at Zopo, the ZP800 will be launching very soon too and features much of the same great hardware which make the UMi X2 so desirable! Plus with their own factory, and international stores, it should be a whole lot easier to buy too!
Those close to the ZP800 project are reporting the new phone will boast a quad-core MT6589 CPU, 5-inch 1080 HD screen, and a 13 mega-pixel rear camera. We are also hearing the phone will support WCDMA and TDS CDMA as well as GSM networks, although we are unsure dual-sim support will be included.
Leaked renderings show the phone to be more rectangular than the UMi X2 with what appears to be a protective metal edge which should give the phone a nice sturdy feel.
More details as we get them!