Zopo Speed 7 Plus 4G Phablet Review

If you take a quick look at present mobile market most of the market share is taken over by branded mobile companies. Thanks to the maturity of smartphones, you don’t necessarily have to spend a thousand dollars to get a great smartphone. Literally, there are many options available right now that don’t cost more than $250.

The phablet with the best bang for your buck right now is Zopo Speed 7 Plus 4G. Despite being cheaper than other strong market contenders while sporting powerful specifications the Zopo Speed 7 Plus 4G is one of the best phablet in the market today. Here is our complete Zopo Speed 7 Plus Review.

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Zopo Speed 7 Plus Review: Build Quality & Features

The build quality of the phablet is pretty good for a budget device. The phablet has decent plastic finish rear panel and pretty slim when compared to other phablets. The front and rear panel has slightly curved edges on the top and bottom sides. The Speed 7 Plus is powered by a MTK6753 64bit Octa Core,1.5GHz with 3GB RAM.

zopo speed 7 plus specs

The phablet also comes with 16GB internal storage out of which around 13GB is available. You can also expand the storage via micro SD card up to 64GB. To save internal storage space, you can also install apps on the SD card by choosing the default write disk as SD card. For entertainment lovers, the 7 Plus 16GB internal space is sufficient to carry media files.

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The front panel has a the 5.5inch FHD display and the usual sensors along with a front camera. The Speed 7 comes with a full HD display (1080p) and one of the few devices to come with a 1080p display around $200 prices. Overall, the design and build quality looks decent for a budget phablet. The power and volume keys are on the right side and 3.5mm audio jack on the top and micro USB charging slot is at the bottom.

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Zopo Speed 7 Plus Review: Performance

The performance of the Zopo Speed 7 Plus is quite satisfactory. There aren’t any noticeable lags while using apps like Facebook, Twitter, Flipboard, Google Maps, Google Drive, Evernote, and Instagram. It can easily handle daily activities with ease. The Speed 7 Plus comes with Android 5.0 Lollipop out of the box, and Z-UI Launcher is user-friendly. The display is pretty vibrant and sharp and has good viewing angles too and the screen visibility is good even in sunny daylight.

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The display does not offer any additional protection like Corning Gorilla Glass, so you need to be careful while handling the device. The phablet can run most games at ease, it can run most games quite well without overheating and hanging. The Speed 7 Plus has a 13.2 MP rear snapper along with a 5 MP front Face Beauty 4.0 powered selfie-friendly camera. The device gives good signal strength indoors as well as outdoors, audio quality on the call is quite clear. The Speed 7 Plus packs a 3000mAh battery, which is powerful enough to give one and half day regular usage.

Availability

Anyone can buy the Zopo Speed 7 plus India from popular Chinese reseller Gearbest.

Zopo Speed 7 Plus Specs

Display: 5.5-inch FHD Screen
CPU: MTK6753 64bit Octa Core,1.5GHz
System: Android 5.1
RAM + ROM: 3GB RAM + 16GB ROM
Camera: 5.0MP front camera + 13.2MP back camera
Bluetooth: 4.0
GPS: Yes
SIM Card: Dual SIM dual standby, Dual Micro SIM
Network:
2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
3G: WCDMA 900/1900/2100MHz
4G: FDD-LTE 800/1800/2600MHz

Verdict

Well, the device is a perfect example for everyday use user-friendly phablet. It is powerful, strong and a decent budget pick. The Zopo Speed 7 Plus is definitely one of the best value for money devices priced below $199 with 3GB RAM.

Buy Zopo Speed 7 Plus 4G Phablet

Zopo Speed 7 Plus 4G Phablet Review
7.2 Overall
Pros

Build Quality

Cons

None

Summary

Well, the device is a perfect example for everyday use user-friendly phablet. It is powerful, strong and a decent budget pick.

Build Quality7
Features7.5
Design7
Camera7
Network7
Battery7.5
Rahul is the Editor-in-Chief at Thetechhacker, PhoneSetter and TheWearableNews. After realizing an obsession with technology, he left his job career to write about technology.
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