Not surprisingly, the cell phone market has been focusing more on products that support 4G internet. There have been more LTE-supported phones coming out and killing their 3G counterparts in sales, ushering the 4G era.
ZOPO joins the 4G invasion with their new phone, the ZP320. ZOPO has already lowered its price for the foreign market. The ZP320, right now, cost 199.99 USD.
The ZOPO ZP320’s specs are pretty much what you would find in most phones right now. It uses a combination of the MT6582 quad-core processor and the MT6290. It supports FDD-LTE/WCDMA/GSM and only has one Micro SIM slot. It sports a 5-inch IPS display screen with qHD resolution (960 x 540), and has 1GB RAM and 8GB ROM which can be expanded. It also has a 2mp/8mp dual-camera and is powered by a 2300 ma battery. Like other MTK 4G phones, the ZP320 uses the Android 4.4.2 kitkat OS.
The ZOPO ZP320 is obviously a 4G elementary-level product that’s aimed at the mid and low-end market considering its average specs.