Zopo’s low cost ZP820 ‘Raiden’ smartphone has been put through its paces in Antutu 4.1 revealing impressive scores for a budget handset.
The Zopo ZP820 is based on the ZP810 which launched earlier this year with the original 1.2Ghz MT6589 chipset. The ZP820 shares the same body and majority of specification with the older phone but with a new 1.3Ghz quad-core MT6582 chip and fresh new UI. Antutu benchmarks ran on the ZP820 show the rather high score of 17,290! Not bad at all for a quad-core, 1GB RAM phone costing less than $200.
Other screenshots from the phone show the new look Zopo ROM which uses similar icons as those in Xiaomi’s MIUI rom.
The Zopo ZP820 comes with a 5-inch display, 1GB RAM, 4GB memory, SD card expansion, dual-SIM support, 8 mega-pixel rear camera and Android 4.2.2. More details of Zopo’s new range of phones can be found over on the Official Zopo website here.