Zopo Speed 7C, Chinese smartphone manufacturer Zopo has announced a new smartphone under speed series, new Smartphone is dubbed as Zopo Speed 7C at the ongoing Mobile World Congress Trade Show in Barcelona, Spain. The key highlight of Zopo Speed 7C is that, it gives many several options to choose between the back panels, it comes with Bamboo, Ebony, Black Apricot and Phoenix Feather back cover options and company tauts it as the highlight of Zopo Speed 7C.
Zopo Speed 7C Features, Specifications, Specs, Review
For the specifications wise, Zopo Speed 7C boasts with a 5 inch HD IPS screen with resolution of 720×1280 pixels with density of 294 pixels per inch. Under the hood Zopo Speed 7 is hiding a 64 bit MediaTek MT6735 quad core processor chipset, which is clocked at 1.3 GHz with Mali T720 GPU and 2 GB RAM.
Zopo Speed 7C offers 16 GB of internal memory storage, (only 11.3 GB will be available for the users and rest is reserved by the default applications and software.) Which can be expanded up to 64 GB via a Micro SD card.
For camera, Zopo Speed 7 sports a 13.2 megapixels primary snapper, which is clubbed with LED flash light, OmniVision sensor, and f/2.2 aperture and on the front panel there is a 5 mega pixels selfie camera. The connectivity features in Zopo Speed 7 includes 3G, 4G, GPRS, EDGE, GPS, OTG, MicroUSB slot and bluetooth and a 2500 mAh battery completes the package.
Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system based Zopo Speed 7C body measures 146.1X70.6X8.65 MM and weighs 136 grams along with the battery.
In the market the Zopo Speed 7C handset will be available for users in Bamboo, Ebony, Black Apricot, and Phoenix optional back cover models. Till now, the company didn’t revealed any information about the availability and price of Speed 7C, but we expect that it will be available in the market from second quarter of 2016.
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Zopo Speed 7C Features and Specifications at Glance