ZOPO Speed 7C set to arrive in February with 4G LTE
ZOPO has been relatively quiet since the calendar flipped, but today we’ve gotten wind of an incoming release. The ZOPO Speed 7C is set to make its debut next month, and it could be one to watch if you are in the market for a mid-ranger.
In the day and age of the phablet, ZOPO has decided to buck the trend with the ZOPO Speed 7C release. It’s a “normal” sized smartphone with a 5-inch 720p IPS panel, and while we don’t know the exact processor, it is listed as having a 64-bit quad-core chip. The SoC will get some help from 2GB of RAM, and the internal storage is listed at 16GB with no mention of expansion at this time.
The rear camera on the ZOPO Speed 7C clocks in at 13MP with an LED flash while the front-facing snapper is listed at 5MP. A full array of connectivity options will be present as well including Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, 4G LTE and Dual-SIM support. The ZOPO Speed 7C will get its juice from a reasonably sized 2,500mAh battery and will run Android 5.1 out of the box with a Marshmallow update planned for March or April.
ZOPO hasn’t revealed the ZOPO Speed 7C price just yet, but it should be affordable when it arrives next month. It will also see a wider release than some of the company’s previous handsets as it will hit Spain, France, Italy, and the Czech Republic along with China.
Would you be interested in the ZOPO Speed 7C if the price is right?