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Three new quad-core phones to arrive from Zopo

|February 23 2013 |Mobiles


The Japanese manufacturer, Zopo that had recently entered the Indian smartphone market by rolling out the ZP200 smartphone is now all set to launch in the market three of its quad-core powered innovations- the Zopo 810, the Zopo 910 and the Zopo 950+.

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Zopo will be launching the 810 smartphone in India powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core processor and 1GB RAM to compete with the recently arrived Micromax Canvas HD. The other features of Zopo 810 includes an 8MP Rear camera with LED flash along with a 2MP front camera and a display resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels.  While most of the features possessed by Zopo 810 are in line with those exhibited by its competitor, it bears a price tag Rs. 12,999 which is Rs. 1000 less than the Canvas HD and also uses a MediaTek MT6589 chip.

On the other hand, Zopo 910 priced at Rs. 13,888 will boast a 5.3-inch IPS display panel with qHD resolution and an 8MP rear camera. Whereas, the Zopo 950+ has got a 5.7-inch display with a price tag of Rs. 15,999.

The range of three smartphones powered with quad-core processors lie within a price range of Rs. 12,999 to Rs. 15,999 and offer a great competition to the the recently available devices in the market such as Canvas HD from Micromax and the the Xolo A1000 from Lava.

The booking for the three innovations will start from 24th February onwards and the delivery will be done by March 15. But for those who are looking around for a smart device at a price around Rs. 7000 may get a treat from Zolo as the manufacturer is soon planning to unveil a 4.5-inch quad-core smartphone with an unbelievable pricing of Rs. 7000.


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