We’ve posted a couple of threads recently comparing daytime shots from the H9008, Zopo ZP980+ and iNew V3. There have been some requests for night time shots, and so we decided to oblige. Read more →
A few weeks backs we posted about the possibility of the MT6290 LTE modem being compatible with SoC other than MT6595. That is to say, that MT6290 will be backwards compatible with MT6582 and MT6592 SoC. Read more →
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While the last couple weeks have been spent reviewing 1080p phones – the Zopo ZP980+ and H9008, we now have a couple of 720p offerings on the way. The first of which is the newly released THL W200C. Read more →
We recently reviewed the ZP980+ and were left a bit disappointed by the phone. On many levels, the phone was excellent. All the components were proper, but the touch issues and keyboard disappearing left blemishes on our memories with the phone. Though these problems are likely to be addressed in software updates. Read more →
Today we’ll be taking a look at the Android benchmarks scores of the MT6592 Zopo ZP980+, MT6592 H9008 / Mlais MX69T Pro and MT6582 iNew v3.
First up is infamous Antutu. Let’s take a look and see what we can glean from the results. Read more →
Yesterday we reviewed WiFi, LCD, speaker and external build with the MT6592 Zopo zp980+. It presented a very good first impression. Read on to see whether the charisma translated to character. Read more →
A couple days ago we posted our first photo war between these three phones. We’ve taken a few new pics. This time of a very nice scene including some buffaloes and mountains. I told them to stay still, but they refused to listen. All of the shot have been hit with a Picasa auto-contrast. Other than that they were unedited. Read more →
We previewed it, then we we posted the unboxing and initial thoughts, and now that we’ve had a few days to play with the MTK6592 Zopo zp980+, we’ll get a bit deeper into our experience with the phone.
Interesting that we received a 1GB/32GB model as opposed to what’s advertised by Zopo and on the box. Read more →
In terms of first impressions, Zopo has it down. Possibly even a step above the impressive iNew V3. While the iNew V3 holds a unique and classy look all it’s own, the Zopo ZP980+ gives it a good run and commands some respect with it’s excellent matte back which shuns fingerprints. Read more →