Zopo launching 2 3D phones this week only from $159.99!

Zopo are launching 2 low-cost phones for fans of 3D on the go this Thursday only with prices starting at only $159.99!

This week Zopo will be offering 3D movie fans 2 smarrtphone options with glasses free 3D displays at discounted prices! The models available will be the Zopo ZP200+ with dual-core MT6577 processor, 1GB RAM, and 8 mega-pixel rear camera, and the newly launched Zopo ZP600+ with quad-core MT6582 chipset, 1GB RAM also with an 8 mega-pixel rear camera.

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Both models have 3D displays from Sharp, with the ZP200+ being the smaller option at 4-inch, the ZP600+ has a slightly larger 4.3-inch panel.

As well as 3D the phones offer all the same features you expect from Mediatek Android devices complete with dual-SIM support, SD card expansion, WIFI, GPS, and 3G support.

Pricing begins at $159.99 for the Zopo ZP200+ rising to $199.99 for the Zopo ZP600+. Will a 3D Zopo phone be making its way under your Christmas tree this year?

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  1. liljohn
    December 11, 2013


    i would love to see a review of this phone, i wanna see it playing 3d muvie…….

    • Alex
      December 11, 2013

      You mean 3D movies.

  2. Alex
    December 11, 2013

    Didn’t HTC already do this several year’s ago with the HTC EVO 3D…. The public had mixed reviews from what I remembered. Unfortunately a larger screen isn’t being used this time around, like a 6″ or similar.

    It would be funny if they were using the same screens that HTC was using years ago lol


  3. Eid
    December 11, 2013

    Looking to buy a phone for about 150-160 bucks this week. This or something else? Does it have Gorilla glass? W750? 890T? Thanks.

    • Cassie
      December 12, 2013

      For 150-160 bucks , recommend you the Cubot GT99 Smartphone !

  4. tweetycontrabajo
    December 13, 2013

    why such low resolution to a 3D device?
    They might offer a little more expensive, but at least HD resolution.