Zopo ZP1000 turns up on Zoposhop with full specs, costs $269.99

Zopo’s first foray in to the slim phone market begin’s very soon with the launch of their octacore Zopo ZP1000 with 7.2mm thin body.

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The Zopo ZP1000 has appeared in numerous leaks over the past few weeks, however today the guy’s over at CMM noticed that the ZP1000 had officially been listed over on the Zoposhop online store.

Zoposhop have listed the Zopo ZP1000 as available for pre-order and attached

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a $269.99 retail priceto the 7.2mm bodied phone. Features of the ZP1000 include a 5-inch 1280 x 720 display, 1.7Ghz MT6592 octacore processor, 1GB RAM and 16 GB internal memory.

The official listing also mentions a few surprises such as a plastic body rather than an alloy body, the aforementioned 1GB RAM and an no mention of a hexacore 6-core processor option. Preorders of the Zopo Zp1000 have already started and the phones should ship from Mid April. Is the latest Zopo phone something that you would consider buying?

 

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