Zeaplus M7 Unboxing and First Impressions

by Linus 16

Zeaplus has been known for its affordable smartwatches and some other smartphone accessories for some time. We have already reviewed a few of them and the impressions are that the company can definitely offer a great bang for the buck for some its products.

Still, the Zeaplus M7 is their entry into the smartphone market and we can’t wait to see if their product is worth your attention or not. At the first glance, it has a plain looking but decent design but more importantly it carries a great list of specs for the price of $169.

Zeaplus M7 Review: SPECIFICATIONS

Display5.5″ 1080p, Gorilla Glass 3
ProcessorMediaTek MT6752, 1.7GHz, octa-core, 64-bit
RAM3GB
Camera5MP Front/13MP Back (Sony Exmor IMX135)
ConnectivityBluetooth, Dual SIM card slots, 3G, 4G, GPS, WIFI, GSM,EDGE, GPRS, UMTS, HSPA, HSPA+,
Battery3.800 mAh Li-Polymer (removable)
Dimensions155.6mm x 77.8mm x 8.3mm / 145g
OSAndroid 5.0 Lolipop
Storage16GB (expandable via microSD card slot up to 64GB)

Full list of specs

Zeaplus M7 Review: UNBOXING

nothing out of ordinary, usual stuff you would expect to get with a budget smartphone

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A quite typical packaging for nowadays budget devices.

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The contents include a screen protector, USB charging brick, USB cable and instruction manuals. I can’t say that the accessories scream high quality, but they don’t look like they going to brake after a month either.

Zeaplus M7 Review: DESIGN AND FIRST IMPRESSIONS

First of all, Zeaplus M7 is not a small device as it spots a 5.5″ 1080p display, which is actually quite good. It is a bright and vivid LCD panel and it looks good both indoors and outdoors.

A metal frame gives a little bit of a premium look and feel but the whole device is made out of plastic and it does feel expensive to be honest. Well, it is not expensive device after all but what I’ve noticed is that the textured plastic back is wobbling a bit and I’m not a huge fan of it.

Honestly, I’ve been using a device for 4 days already but was on vacation. Still, I used this device as a daily driver and so far the overall performance has been okay with no major issues. I have browsed a lot of web and Facebook, took tens of pictures and shot some videos, made some calls etc.

A full detailed review (VIDEO + ARTICLE) is in the making as I’m quite busy at the moment (have 8 devices to review!). Stay tuned to Gizmochina to watch the video/read a review first. Also, a lot of more very hot reviews, comparisons and camera shootouts are coming!

In case you’re interested and can’t wait till the full review, you can buy Zeaplus M7 directly from the official website.