Zopo C2 telephone with Aliyun OS palms-on (video)
We have been quite stunned by Zopo’s C2 (aka Xiaohei) when it was introduced final month, and fortuitously, it did not disappoint us once we noticed the actual factor at GMIC Beijing. For many who are simply catching up, this Aliyun OS 2.zero telephone packs some surprisingly good specs for its ¥1,399 ($230) price ticket: a 5-inch 1080p LTPS show, a thirteen-megapixel foremost digital camera, a 5-megapixel entrance imager, a detachable 2,000mAh battery and twin WCDMA 850/2100 SIM slots — one for the standard SIM and one for a micro-SIM.
Throughout our temporary palms-on, the software program ran nicely on prime of the 1.2GHz quad-core MT6589 SoC with 1GB RAM, although the constructed-in 4GB storage will certainly want some microSD love, as we stored seeing a warning message about low space for storing. Industrial design-clever, the C2 is sort of properly-constructed, and whereas it isn’t probably the most thrilling-wanting telephone on the earth, we’re simply glad that Zopo is lastly not ripping off designs from the likes of Samsung, HTC and LG. Arms-on video after the break.
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