Helio X20 powered deca-core Zopo should have a neat design


It’s been a while since talks about the upcoming deca-core Zopo phone have been doing the rounds. Zopo reached out to us earlier today to tell us about the very phone.

First and foremost, the timeline; the phone is expected to come ‘early 2016’… which should be sometime in Q1 2016.

Next, Zopo said they’ve been extensively been working on making the phone’s design into something remarkable. While there’s still no sign of how the phone will look, Zopo shared some rejected dummies, so we know for sure how the phone will not look (see above).

After being fairly quiet for a major part of 2015, Zopo have broken the shackles and are back to making headlines. In related news, the company said about the ‘less than impressive phones’ launched recently that the devices are aimed at exclusive offline markets in select territories.

Coming back to the deca-core Zopo, it does sound like a handful… but the launch timeline will be crucial. Don’t you think?

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7 Comments

  1. Muhammad Yasir
    December 21, 2015

    Pricing zopo , PRICING for God’s sake !
    work on that !

  2. Adam Irvine
    December 21, 2015

    I just don’t believe in Zopo since they dropped support for the ZP999 after just a few months of it being out in the wild… It never saw Lollipop and probably never will…

    I won’t support a company that doesn’t care about software support while a phone is still technically a current model…

    • balcobomber25
      December 21, 2015

      I wish several phones never updated to Lollipop lol. It was a train wreck from Google, some bugs still aren’t fixed. But I understand your point, and it’s not just a Chinese problem either. The entire industry with the exception of a few companies (Xiaomi, OP, Apple) are getting this way.

    • Aeonia
      December 21, 2015

      So true, cubot did the same and I swore never again…

  3. חתול תעלול
    December 21, 2015

    Had a zopo 998, back in the days when it was a beast of a device specs-wise.
    I saw the unbelievable poor software support, the lack of communication from Zopo and the awful build quality, since then I’m probably won’t even think of buying a Zopo device ever again and that’s a shame. A company with very big potential and probably very bad managment and quality checking processes. I personally think that a 300$ device shouldn’t bend in my pocket or have cracks all around the frame after just 3 months of use.

  4. pa5t1s
    December 23, 2015

    No more Zopo for me, thanks.
    Anyway, they have *already* disappeared, like iOcean… weird destiny…

  5. Marko Tomljanović
    December 23, 2015

    Had 998. poor build quality, GPS not working, poor battery, no support, ZOPO never again