ZOPO Flops again! Launches the Zopo Color C5


Ah Zopo, the once king of the Chinese phone market and now one of the brand we just wish would just go away!

It has been a very very long time since Zopo has launched any device that was worth us getting excited about, and we’re afraid to say that they’ve fallen for their own usual trap once again with their latest smartphone launch.

The Zopo Color range is made up of budget smartphones that feature attractive designs, but in a world where most rival phones are boasting metal bodies, FHD displays, big batteries and decent camera hardware, the Zopo Color C5 fails.

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There isn’t just one area where the Color C5 fails, it just fails full stop, even the specifications page for the phone fails… with Zopo stating the handset features a 1920 x 720 HD display…..

Zopo also points out the top selling points of the C5 which include optional colour rear panel, a ‘metal look’ finish, and a barcode scanner…

Zopo Color C5 Specifications

  • 5-inch HD display
  • Quad-core MT6737 chipset
  • 1GB RAM
  • 5 mega-pixel F2.2 main camera
  • 2 mega-pixel F2.8 front camera
  • Dual LTE SIM support
  • 2100mAh battery

We have no idea what pricing the Zopo Color C5 will be sold at and we really don’t care.

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6 Comments

  1. mf1gt3r
    February 21, 2017

    This is really pathetic. What the hell happened to Zopo? Who comes up with such a phone in 2017? Except they plan on selling it for $50 then it’s ok.

    • jimberkas
      February 21, 2017

      wouldn’t buy it even at $50. can get a certified as new zte zmax 2 from att for $50 with way better specs. very strange

  2. mf1gt3r
    February 21, 2017

    This is really pathetic. What the hell happened to Zopo? Who comes up with such a phone in 2017? Except they plan on selling it for $50 then it’s ok.

    • jimberkas
      February 22, 2017

      wouldn’t buy it even at $50. can get a certified as new zte zmax 2 from att for $50 with way better specs. very strange

  3. Alxgiann
    February 22, 2017

    Sad sad story. I’ve bought a couple of phones from them back in 2012, ZP900 and ZP910. Great quality, still both working fine although not used anymore. The way they’re doing things lately, I’m not seeing them to be around for much longer.

  4. Alxgiann
    February 22, 2017

    Sad sad story. I’ve bought a couple of phones from them back in 2012, ZP900 and ZP910. Great quality, still both working fine although not used anymore. The way they’re doing things lately, I’m not seeing them to be around for much longer.