Zopo working on its own flagship killer smartphone with 6-inch display, deca-core chipset and more

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Chinese smartphone market is flooded with affordable smartphone makers. One of the many Chinese smartphone makers is Zopo that is known for its budget smartphone that pack in quite attractive features for their price.

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Zopo working on a flagship killer smartphone!

The company is now working on a new smartphone that is expected to have flagship-like high-end features, but at an affordable price point. This unannounced smartphone surfaced online, and was spotted by Giz China.

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According to the leaked information, Zopo's new smartphone of flagship caliber will be a phablet with a huge 6-inch display offering QHD resolution (2560 x 1440 pixels). The key feature of Zopo's upcoming premium smartphone will be its chipset. If the report is to be believed, this could be powered by a deca-core chipset. Though the chipset maker's name has not been specified, the phablet may take advantage of MediaTek's Helio X20 chipset that has also been expected to power HTC's rumored Aero smartphone.

There will be plenty of storage space in the phone as it is expected to be equipped with 4GB of RAM with an expandable internal memory. As far as the camera is concerned, the phone may feature a 20-megapixel primary camera. This will be an Android phablet.

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Additionally, the monstrous smartphone is likely to come with a fingerprint scanner and don very slim bezels to compete against its rivals.

As far as its launch is concerned, the report suggests that the phone is expected to come in the first quarter of 2016, though nothing is confirmed as yet.

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