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ZOPO ZP300+ Field Dual Core

ZOPO ZP300+ Field

ZOPO ZP300+ Field Dual Core Features and Specifications

CPU MT6577 Cortex-A9 Dual Core 1.0GHz
GPU: PowerVR SGX531
OS Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS)
Language: English, Arabic, Bahasa Indonesia, Bahasa Melayu, Bengali, Deutsch, Espanol, French, Italiano, India Urdu, Hindi, Nederlands, Portuguese, Vietnamese, Turkish, Russian, Persian, Thai, Simplified/ Traditional Chinese, others
Memory RAM : 1GB / ROM : 4GB
MAX support 32GB Micro SD Memory Card (TF-Card)
Size 132 x 69 x 12 mm
Weight 139 g
Screen 4.5-inch IPS Capacitive Multi-touch Screen (5-Point)
HD resolution 1280 x 720 pixels (16M colors)
178° viewing angle
Network Dual SIM, dual standby
2G:GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz
3G:WCDMA 850 / 2100 MHz
Supports GSM service all over the world
Color Black / White
GPS Built In GPS, with A-GPS support & EPO assistance to speed up postioning
Connection Bluetooth 2.0 with EDR & A2DP
WiFi: Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11 b/g/n
micro USB 2.0
Camera Dual Camera
Back 8.0 mega pixel with Auto Focus and LED flash
Front 2.0 mega pixel
Supports recording of video 1280 x 720p with sound.
Sensor Gravity Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Light Sensor
Radio FM
Video AVI, MP4, FLV, 3GP, MOV, ASF, MPEG, RMVB, MKV, etc.
Audio MP3, AMR, OGG, M4A, MID, 3GP, 3G2, MP4, WAV, FLAC、AAC, etc.
Special functions 3G, Play Store, Flash Player, GPS,WIFI, Bluetooth, FM radio, Ebook,
UC Browser, Email, Messaging, VPN Services, Google search,
wallpapers, calendar, calculator, clock, tethering & portable hotspot,
Battery and Accessories – Li-ion Battery 1800 mAh
– Earphone / 3.5 mm Audio Jack
– USB Cable
– Charger
Price For more details, click the link below:


ZOPO ZP300+ White

ZOPO ZP300+ Black

ZOPO ZP300+ White Bottom Side

ZOPO ZP300+ Left

ZOPO ZP300+ Back

ZOPO ZP300+ Landscape

ZOPO ZP300+ Front

ZOPO ZP300+ Front2

ZOPO ZP300+ Back

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    • stephm69 on September 18, 2012 at 10:25 am
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    ZP300+ is a great phone. I have it for the last two weeks and I’m pretty happy with it, despite some limitations.


    * Very nice sharp display. Perfect size to put in the pocket and have enough space to work on screen, display movies. The 1280X720 screen is a plus but I think that we don’t really take advantage of so many pixels on a small screen like that. We also have a ZP100 with a lower resolution and there is absolutely no difference in sharpness.
    * Very fast. No lag. Around 5300 score on antutu. Dual core and 1G RAM are the best features of this phone.
    * It comes very decent earphones.
    * If you buy it from, also buy a screen and back protector for few dollars. It really worth it.
    * Battery duration is average. Very correct sleep-time. 1-2 hours on continuous use with screen on. I think battery life is a common problem of all phone. This one is not a lot worst but surely not the best.
    * Construction feels prety good. Feels quality built. Better than the ZP100, which is a little bit more plastic…
    * ZOPO has a website where you can ask question and they actually try to help you
    * Pretty easy to root with explaination from ZOPO website
    * Support magnetic compass !
    * And all the other good features listed in the phone specs.


    * The annouced ROM of 4G : In fact, you only have access to 502Mo to store applications on your phone. The rest has to go to your SD card. The reste of the 4G: 2213Mo of internal SD card (imposible to move application there but you can put other stuff using USB: photos, vidéo…) and the sytem takes the rest of the 4G. So 502 Mo is pretty limiting. Strangely, on ZP100, which also has 4G ROM, the 2.2 is included with the 502Mo has application memory so you really have 2.5G or so to install application on the phone. Why haven’t they done the same thing with ZP300+ ?
    * No support for android beam / NFC chip
    * Languages dictionnary are not installed so you can’t have correction. Only system language. Have to install SwiftKey to have words suggestions.
    * Only background effects in video. No face deformation that should come with ICS. This I really don’t care…
    * I’m seeing some light screen flickering in some applications, when the screen has to display with screen with some darker elements. Only in vertical mode. Maybe software related ?!?

    1. Thanks for the review Steph! It’s awesome to have actual users share their experiences here. This would help others decide which phone is better suited for them.

      Based on your review, I can conclude that Zopo ZP300+ is a really nice phone. The not so good things about the ZP300+ are manageable. Those limitations won’t bother me at all.

    • Tomk on April 6, 2014 at 8:01 am
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    The audio quality of the zp300+ is a constant problem in the USA. Every call begins with a screech in the other persons phone and they complain of audio breaking up, sound like inside a can, and distortion. No amount of tweaking in engineer mode seems to fix. Perhaps this phone has problems with the USA 3G service, and there is no 4g LTE capability. I am on AT&T system in GSM mode. Very much hoping for a better phone on the US networks.

    1. Thanks for the information. ZOPO ZP300+ is a little outdated now, so I believe the newer ZOPO smartphones have better quality. Try looking at ZOPO ZP998 Octa Core.

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