Zopo teases a new smartphone with fingerprint scanner

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Zopo are teasing another new phone today with a fingerprint scanner on the rear.

Although not as prominent as they once were Zopo are still out their and making new phones for 2016. Their flagship phone the Speed 8 should be getting a review soon after launching back at MWC earlier this year, and more mid-range shoppers another new phone is coming.

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Details are on the down-low at the moment but an image of the upcoming phone does show a rear fingerprint scanner, dual LED flash and protruding rear camera with metal ring.

Pricing for the new phone should be well under $300 which is what the company expect buyers to fork over for their Helio X20 phone with 5.5-inch display, 4GB RAM and Android 6.0 OS.

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  1. Assefa Hanson
    June 1, 2016

    come on man zopo

  2. Beloved Chairman Lei Jun
    June 1, 2016

    No one wants this brand dear friends.

  3. mf1gt3r
    June 1, 2016

    Zopo have one seriously disturbing habit. OVERPRICING…..and that will be their downfall. For God’s sake Huawei Oppo and Vivo have the quality. Zopo has no bragging rights whatsoever.

    • Muhammad Yasir
      June 1, 2016

      DAMN RIGHT !

  4. MattD
    June 1, 2016

    “coming soon”… And we’ve been waiting for 5 months the speed 8 after its official launch, which was supposed to arrive to customers “soon” too… They should have added a side note saying “be wary that our meaning for “soon” may vary from yours and it could be eventually expressed in geological eras”

    • E8hffff
      June 1, 2016

      I had a sale (Speed 8) for them too via a friend, and had to pull out due to the delays.

      Now the Speed 8 may need a big discount as it’s looking a little stale in the market place.

  5. Muhammad Yasir
    June 1, 2016

    no thanks …

    • realjjj
      June 2, 2016

      Got news for you ! lol
      Two new 360 phones went through TENAA. One with similar specs to the N4 but with a 4920mAh and metal back while staying thin enough 151.94×75.28×8.48 mm.
      The other one is 6 inch 1080p AMOLED, SD820, 3/4GB RAM, 32/64GB NAND and microSD , dual back cam.3600mAh.





      • Muhammad Yasir
        June 2, 2016


        *DROOLS rather profusely*

        i am in DREAMLAND….

        finger crossed for the price now…

        • realjjj
          June 2, 2016

          6 inch 1080p AMOLED won’t look great ,PenTile is no fun at low pixel density.Ofc if you are ok with it, that’s fine.
          We’ll see how they price it, they are very aggressive with the f4 and N4 so maybe this one is super cheap but big screens usually have a big premium. I am curious to see if it will be the cheapest phone with SD820 or if they go 2500CNY.

          I like the other one better , same specs as the N4 just metal back and huge battery so maybe it is as great value as the N4. The N4 is still my fav though as i don’t need the big battery and would charge the device every day anyway.Plus i am way bored of this kind of metal back.

          Btw i’m trying to figure out how the N4 does in gaming and so far i found a few Gamebench results in reviews from China.
          Real Racing 3 at 36FPS during a 16 mins gameplay, Subway Surfer 59 FPS 15.5mins , King of Glory 27 FPS 15.5 min – this one is capped at 30 FPS, NBA2k? (don’t know if 2k15 or 2k16) 42FPS, Plants vs Zombies 2 at 60FPS 20 mins.
          Real Racing 3 and NBA2k16 are killers for SD820 for some reason. Anyway, few results so far but all are acceptable.

          • Muhammad Yasir
            June 2, 2016

            real good.

            whats penTile ?

            • realjjj
              June 2, 2016

              In phones with PenTile they 2 use subpixels to make a pixel instead of 3 and Super AMOLED is using PenTile.
              A RGB screen has 3 subpixels in a pixel , red, green and blue. Pentile has BG or RG pixels so they fake it out of just 2 subpixels. With OLED the subpizels are also very small compared to LCD so a lot of the display area is just empty and that’s why at low pixel density it looks grainy.
              Will edit in a few mins to add a bit more.

            • Muhammad Yasir
              June 2, 2016

              nice !

  6. Tommi
    June 1, 2016

    No point, ZUK Z2 Pro / ZUK Z2 will get most buyers because awesome specs for a low price when compared to other phones.

  7. E8hffff
    June 1, 2016

    Yeah they haven’t even got to market the Zopo Speed 8 yet.