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Zopo ZP1000 Smartphone Review

Daniel Schmidt (translated by Liala Stieglitz), 05/19/2014

Slim phone. The configuration of the 5-inch dual-SIM smartphone by Zopo places it in the mid-range. It features a cutting edge octa-core processor in addition to an HD screen. Nevertheless, its price is below 200 Euros (~$273), and thus it is in the entry-level sector. The smaller drawbacks are found in details, but the phone might be an interesting alternative anyway.

For the original German review, see here.

A smartphone from China dubbed ZP1000 by Zopo Mobile has now reached the European market. The devices are, however, only sold by selected online shops. Since they are normally dispatched from Germany, no additional import fees are due within the EU.

The ZP1000's configuration places it in the mid-range, but it is comparatively affordable and is available for prices starting at 190 Euros (~$259). In addition to an HD-IPS screen, it sports a swift octa-core processor from MediaTek. Though the 16 GB of internal storage is reasonably sized, it cannot be expanded.

The review sample has to compete with contenders such as the Wiko Stairway (starts at 219 Euros, ~$299), HTC Desire 500 (starts at 173 Euros, ~$236), Huawei G700 (starts at 191 Euros, ~$261) and the iOcean X7 (starts at 160 Euros, ~$218). Read in this report how the phone fares compared with its rivals.

Case

The ZP1000 is available in blue, white, and gold.
The ZP1000 is available in blue, white, and gold.

Zopo's ZP1000 is comfortable to hold due to its weight of 150 grams and is quite slim with just 7.2 millimeters. The back is partially comprised of metal and gives the phone some degree of quality looks. Unfortunately, the manufacturer also uses rather cheap looking plastic. The screen in the gold-colored model that we are reviewing is surrounded by a glossy-gold plastic bezel, which gives the phone a certain toy-like look.

The smartphone proves to be very rigid despite its slim build but also produces quiet creaking noises. Barely any pressure can be applied to the narrow edges because the bezel around the screen is only very thin. Consequently, waves are not seen on the screen in everyday use. The screen is protected by scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass 3. Unfortunately, the manufacturer additionally covers it with a screen protector, which not only looks unsightly but is also unnecessary. The gaps between the display glass and bezel are not even.

The physical buttons are easy to find with the fingers and have a clear pressure point. The battery unfortunately cannot be removed.

Connectivity

Zopo's ZP1000 does not have a generous supply of interfaces. The micro-USB 2.0 port for recharging the device is on the smartphone's lower edge. It supports OTG so that external storage or input devices can be connected. MHL is not supported. The SIM slot tray is on the left and is easy to open with the included tool. Either a nano or a micro-SIM card can be inserted. However, only the former is 3G-capable.

The only buttons are on the right: power and volume
The only buttons are on the right: power and volume

Software

Google's Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean operating system is pre-loaded. The manufacturer overlays it with its own UI that looks quite colorful and lively. Besides that, a few free apps are pre-loaded, but they can be deleted easily.

Communication & GPS 

Zopo's ZP1000 connects to the home network via the Wi-Fi module. It supports the IEEE 802.11 b/g/n standards and consequently only transmits in the 2.4 GHz frequency band. The range is quite good. We still temporarily had a good signal even 20 meters away from the Fritz!Box 6360 router. Although the quality fluctuated strongly, it was always enough for Internet browsing.

Bluetooth 4.0 is also installed. The wireless standard functioned impeccably. We could easily share data with a PC. Music streamed from the Internet could be rendered via an external Bluetooth speaker without interference. NFC is not a feature.

HSPA+ is available for mobile Internet. Downloads with up to 42.2 Mbit/s and uploads with up to 11.5 Mbit/s are possible. The limited frequency band coverage could lead to a weaker reception in rural areas.

App GPS Test outdoors
App GPS Test outdoors

The GPS receiver was not convincing. Satellites were not found indoors, and it also took a moment until we were localized outdoors. Route tracking was weak compared with the Garmin Edge 500. We were off-road most of the time according to the ZP1000.

Zopo ZP1000
Zopo ZP1000
Zopo ZP1000
Zopo ZP1000
Zopo ZP1000
Zopo ZP1000
Garmin Edge 500
Garmin Edge 500
Garmin Edge 500
Garmin Edge 500
Garmin Edge 500
Garmin Edge 500

Telephony and Speech Quality

The speech quality of Zopo's ZP1000 is rather middling. The called person was always well-intelligible but a bit quiet. It was the same on the other side, only that occasional speech dropouts occurred. The speaker reinforced these flaws, but the headset made a quite good impression.

The phone app is clearly arranged.
The phone app is clearly arranged.
All important features are easily accessible even when establishing a connection.
All important features are easily accessible even when establishing a connection.

Cameras & Multimedia

Zopo Mobile uses the camera that other manufacturers install as a primary camera as the webcam. The front-facing camera has a rich resolution of 8 MP (max. 3264x2448 pixels). The lens thus has real selfie qualities. Pictures are slightly blurry and give the impression of a somewhat too strong soft-focus lens. That is not at all bad for selfies, but the effect is a bit too intense and cannot be disabled or optimized.

The primary camera on the back features an even higher resolution of up to 14.2 MP (4352x3264 pixels). While the center of the pictures is still nice and sharp, a clear loss in focus is evident at the sides. Details are only shapeless lumps in some places. A fairly strong image noise is visible in weak light, but useful pictures are possible using the integrated LED flash.

Videos can actually be recorded in Full HD, but the resolution of 1920x1088 pixels is a bit nonstandard. Besides that, the recording is only taken with 16 frames per second so that it is not smooth.

Zopo ZP1000
Zopo ZP1000
Zopo ZP1000
Zopo ZP1000
Zopo ZP1000
Zopo ZP1000
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Apple iPhone 5
Apple iPhone 5
Apple iPhone 5
Apple iPhone 5
Apple iPhone 5
Nokia Lumia 1020
Nokia Lumia 1020
Nokia Lumia 1020
Nokia Lumia 1020
Nokia Lumia 1020
Nokia Lumia 1020
Sony Alpha 57 (reference)
Sony Alpha 57 (reference)
Sony Alpha 57 (reference)
Sony Alpha 57 (reference)
Sony Alpha 57 (reference)
Sony Alpha 57 (reference)

Accessories

The accessories included for Zopo's ZP100 are comparatively lush. In addition to a data cable and a modular power supply (5V, 1A) with an output of 5 watts, the SIM tray tool, a stylus, a car charger, extra screen protectors, and a small cleaning cloth are in the scope of delivery.

Warranty

Zopo Mobile includes a twelve-month warranty on the ZP1000. Thus, European buyers should make sure not to order the phone directly from the manufacturer. When purchased from a retailer within the EU, the buyer receives a two-year warranty.

Input Devices and Controls

The capacitive touchscreen is the main input component of Zopo's ZP1000. It responds quite well and detects up to five simultaneous inputs. However, tapping was occasionally not detected the first time so that we had to touch the wanted icon again. The swiping properties are quite good, but the screen protector is slightly inhibiting.

The Android stock keyboard does not use more than 50% of the screen's surface in either portrait or landscape mode. Typing messages in portrait mode is also quite comfortable. However, there is no additional row for number or frequently used special characters.

A lot of content is visible in portrait mode.
A lot of content is visible in portrait mode.
Landscape mode is suitable for typing longer messages.
Landscape mode is suitable for typing longer messages.

Display

The 5-inch IPS screen has a resolution of 1280x720 pixels. That corresponds to an aspect ratio of 16:9 and pixel density of approximately 294 ppi. Although it is only the small HD resolution, the displayed content is razor-sharp. We did not observe pixelation.

The brightness of up to 511 cd/m² is enormously bright in this category. Even the Nexus 5 (max. 471 cd/m²) does not achieve that. The illumination of 90% is also within a very good range.

460
cd/m²
494
cd/m²
492
cd/m²
460
cd/m²
511
cd/m²
504
cd/m²
468
cd/m²
504
cd/m²
495
cd/m²
Distribution of brightness
Information
X-Rite i1Pro 2
Maximum: 511 cd/m²
Average: 487.6 cd/m²
Brightness Distribution: 90 %
Center on Battery: 511 cd/m²
Black: 0.68 cd/m²
Contrast: 751:1

The contrast ratio of 751:1 is quite good, but the black level of approximately 0.7 cd/m² is slightly increased so that black does not look deep black. The color accuracy is quite decent, and only cyan (dE 10) visibly steps out of line with a too dark reproduction. The blue hues are also primarily noticed negatively in the mixed colors. The grayscale exhibits a light bluish cast. The colors are a bit over-saturated and consequently very rich. However, that will displease few users because the colors thus look very lively.

Color accuracy (target color space: sRGB)
Color accuracy (target color space: sRGB)
Saturation (target color space: sRGB)
Saturation (target color space: sRGB)
Mixed colors (target color space: sRGB)
Mixed colors (target color space: sRGB)
Grayscale (target color space: sRGB)
Grayscale (target color space: sRGB)

Zopo's ZP1000 is quite convincing outdoors. The good contrast and the very bright screen simply predetermine it for outdoor use - if it were not for the intensely reflective surface. It makes it difficult to read the displayed content in direct sunlight. The smartphone copes easily with all other light conditions.

Zopo ZP1000 outdoors
Zopo ZP1000 outdoors
Viewing angle stability: Zopo ZP1000
Viewing angle stability: Zopo ZP1000

The viewing-angle stability of Zopo's ZP1000 is very good owing to the underlying IPS technology. Marginal brightness losses are only seen in flat viewing angles; we did not ascertain any changes in the color reproduction.

Performance

The performance of Zopo's ZP1000 is clearly superior to most contenders in its category. That is primarily owing to the swift MediaTek MT6592 octa-core processor that provides every of its eight cores with 1.7 GHz. An ARM Mali-450 MP4 from the upper mid-range serves as the graphics unit. It is an improved version of the Mali-400 MP4. 1024 MB of working memory might not be gigantic but, considering the device category and price, it is appropriate.

Consequently, the ZP1000 leaves all contenders behind in the benchmarks. However, we have to note that some devices have been on the market for a considerably longer time, and the successor models with faster SoCs are waiting for release. An exception is likely the Galaxy S Duos 2 that does not focus on performance but foremost on a compact build. Nevertheless, it is the only smartphone that can partially defeat the ZP1000 in memory speed. The review sample's memory is specified with 16 GB; only approximately 13 GB is available for the user.

Zopo's ZP1000 also beats the contenders in browser speed. We did not use Google's high-speed Chrome, and we only use the stock browser.

AnTuTu Benchmark v4 - Total Score (sort by value)
Zopo ZP1000
27347 Points ∼64%
Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 GT-S7582
12059 Points ∼28% -56%
Huawei Ascend G700
13383 Points ∼31% -51%
3DMark (2013)
1280x720 Ice Storm Standard Score (sort by value)
Zopo ZP1000
6000 Points ∼4%
Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 GT-S7582
3568 Points ∼2% -41%
HTC Desire 500
3331 Points ∼2% -44%
Huawei Ascend G700
3151 Points ∼2% -47%
Wiko Stairway
3209 Points ∼2% -47%
1280x720 Ice Storm Standard Graphics (sort by value)
Zopo ZP1000
5380 Points ∼1%
Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 GT-S7582
3506 Points ∼0% -35%
HTC Desire 500
2974 Points ∼0% -45%
Huawei Ascend G700
2728 Points ∼0% -49%
Wiko Stairway
2736 Points ∼0% -49%
1280x720 Ice Storm Standard Physics (sort by value)
Zopo ZP1000
10060 Points ∼19%
Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 GT-S7582
3801 Points ∼7% -62%
HTC Desire 500
5742 Points ∼11% -43%
Huawei Ascend G700
6884 Points ∼13% -32%
Wiko Stairway
8127 Points ∼15% -19%
1920x1080 Ice Storm Extreme Score (sort by value)
Zopo ZP1000
4022 Points ∼3%
Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 GT-S7582
2229 Points ∼1% -45%
HTC Desire 500
1791 Points ∼1% -55%
Huawei Ascend G700
1533 Points ∼1% -62%
Wiko Stairway
1567 Points ∼1% -61%
1920x1080 Ice Storm Extreme Graphics (sort by value)
Zopo ZP1000
3426 Points ∼1%
Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 GT-S7582
1990 Points ∼1% -42%
HTC Desire 500
1514 Points ∼0% -56%
Huawei Ascend G700
1245 Points ∼0% -64%
Wiko Stairway
1273 Points ∼0% -63%
1920x1080 Ice Storm Extreme Physics (sort by value)
Zopo ZP1000
10293 Points ∼20%
Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 GT-S7582
3846 Points ∼7% -63%
HTC Desire 500
4984 Points ∼10% -52%
Huawei Ascend G700
8067 Points ∼16% -22%
Wiko Stairway
8169 Points ∼16% -21%
Geekbench 3
32 Bit Single-Core Score (sort by value)
Zopo ZP1000
441 Points ∼9%
Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 GT-S7582
353 Points ∼8% -20%
Huawei Ascend G700
327 Points ∼7% -26%
Wiko Stairway
327 Points ∼7% -26%
32 Bit Multi-Core Score (sort by value)
Zopo ZP1000
2382 Points ∼15%
Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 GT-S7582
658 Points ∼4% -72%
Huawei Ascend G700
1081 Points ∼7% -55%
Wiko Stairway
1096 Points ∼7% -54%
Peacekeeper - --- (sort by value)
Zopo ZP1000
786 Points ∼13%
Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 GT-S7582
627 Points ∼10% -20%
HTC Desire 500
539 Points ∼9% -31%
Huawei Ascend G700
534 Points ∼9% -32%
Wiko Stairway
567 Points ∼9% -28%
iOcean X7
561 Points ∼9% -29%
Sunspider - 1.0 Total Score (sort by value)
Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 GT-S7582 (1.0.2)
1316 ms * ∼33%
HTC Desire 500
1876.1 ms * ∼47%
Huawei Ascend G700
1319.8 ms * ∼33%
Wiko Stairway
1575.6 ms * ∼39%
iOcean X7
1529.4 ms * ∼38%
AndroBench 3
Sequential Read 256KB (sort by value)
Zopo ZP1000
57.04 MB/s ∼32%
Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 GT-S7582
23.39 MB/s ∼13% -59%
HTC Desire 500
30.9 MB/s ∼17% -46%
Huawei Ascend G700
60.86 MB/s ∼34% +7%
Wiko Stairway
46.78 MB/s ∼26% -18%
iOcean X7
43.77 MB/s ∼24% -23%
Sequential Write 256KB (sort by value)
Zopo ZP1000
21.36 MB/s ∼37%
Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 GT-S7582
15.42 MB/s ∼27% -28%
HTC Desire 500
6.09 MB/s ∼11% -71%
Huawei Ascend G700
9.75 MB/s ∼17% -54%
Wiko Stairway
10.91 MB/s ∼19% -49%
iOcean X7
6.32 MB/s ∼11% -70%
Random Read 4KB (sort by value)
Zopo ZP1000
13.28 MB/s ∼63%
Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 GT-S7582
8.52 MB/s ∼41% -36%
HTC Desire 500
7.15 MB/s ∼34% -46%
Huawei Ascend G700
9.69 MB/s ∼46% -27%
Wiko Stairway
12.18 MB/s ∼58% -8%
iOcean X7
10.84 MB/s ∼52% -18%
Random Write 4KB (sort by value)
Zopo ZP1000
0.88 MB/s ∼28%
Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 GT-S7582
1.28 MB/s ∼41% +45%
HTC Desire 500
0.26 MB/s ∼8% -70%
Huawei Ascend G700
0.4 MB/s ∼13% -55%
Wiko Stairway
0.66 MB/s ∼21% -25%
iOcean X7
0.67 MB/s ∼21% -24%

Legend

 
Zopo ZP1000 Mediatek MT6592, ARM Mali-450 MP4, 16 GB iNAND Flash
 
Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 GT-S7582 Broadcom BCM21664T, Broadcom VideoCore-IV, 4 GB Flash
 
HTC Desire 500 Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 8225Q, Qualcomm Adreno 203, 4 GB Flash
 
Huawei Ascend G700 Mediatek MT6589, PowerVR SGX544, 8 GB SSD
 
Wiko Stairway Mediatek MT6589, PowerVR SGX544, 16 GB eMMC Flash
 
iOcean X7 Mediatek MT6589, PowerVR SGX544, 4 GB Flash

* ... smaller is better

Games

Current games are usually no problem for Zopo's ZP1000. However, detail settings might have to be reduced in demanding 3D titles. Nevertheless, casual gamers will also have fun with the smartphone, particularly since the touchscreen and the impeccably functioning sensors ensure a good gaming experience.

Powerboat Racing
Powerboat Racing
The game cannot be rendered using maximum details.
The game cannot be rendered using maximum details.
Classic games, like Angry Birds, run without problems.
Classic games, like Angry Birds, run without problems.

Emissions

System Noise

Zopo's ZP1000 does not need a fan to cool its components and does not have any mechanical parts that could produce noise. Consequently, the smartphone is absolutely silent. However, the power supply emits a quiet buzzing noise that is audible even from several meters distance in quiet surroundings.

Temperature

The surface temperatures of Zopo's ZP1000 are within a harmless range. The phone reaches a maximum idle temperature of 34.5 °C, and it is comparatively warm. The rates climbed up to 37.5 °C during permanent load that we provoked using the Stability Test app. Both the iOcean X7 (max. 37.9 °C) and HTC Desire 500 (max. 39.1 °C) from the comparison field achieve higher temperatures.

 28.5 °C28.1 °C31.0 °C 
 28.7 °C28.7 °C34.5 °C 
 27.9 °C28.0 °C29.8 °C 
Maximum: 34.5 °C
Average: 29.5 °C
26.6 °C26.1 °C26.2 °C
27.4 °C26.7 °C26.6 °C
27.3 °C26.6 °C26.1 °C
Maximum: 27.4 °C
Average: 26.6 °C
Power Supply (max.)  30.1 °C | Room Temperature 21 °C | Voltcraft IR-350

Speakers

The mono speaker's position on the back is not particularly favorable because it might be covered when Zopo's ZP1000 is held in portrait mode. That massively reduces the volume. However, that is tolerable since the sound quality extremely decreases when the volume is set over 50%. The sound is heavily distorted and blares clearly when the device's volume is turned up to maximum.

The sound is considerably better when using the included headset, though it is also very bass-heavy. Trebles thus sound quite muffled.

Energy Management

Power Consumption

The energy requirement of Zopo's ZP1000 stays within limits. 0.1 watts is drained from the battery in a turned off state. The idle power consumption ranges from 1.1 to 1.8 watts. The rates can reach up to 5.1 watts during load. The Wiko Highway is based on the same SoC (MT6592) and consumes roughly the same amount of energy with a maximum of 5.2 watts.

Power Consumption

Off / Standby 0.1 / 0.1 Watt
Idle 1.1 / 1.6 / 1.8 Watt
Load 3.4 / 5.1 Watt
 
Key: min: , med: , max:         Voltcraft VC 940

Battery Runtime

The non-removable lithium-polymer battery provides 2000 mAh. Although it is not exceptionally big, its capacity is sufficient. The practical browsing via Wi-Fi test is performed via a browser script that opens a different website every 40 seconds using an adapted screen brightness of 150 cd/m². All other consumers are disabled. The battery is drained after almost nine-and-a-half hours. That is a good result that the contenders, however, surpass. Huawei's Ascend G700 (2150 mAh, 12:49 h) and LG's G Pro Lite (3140 mAh, 11:35 h) last considerably longer. They not only have higher-capacity batteries but also weaker and more energy-efficient SoCs.

Battery Runtime
WiFi Surfing
9h 19min

Verdict

In review: Zopo ZP1000. Review sample courtesy of Zopo Mobile.
In review: Zopo ZP1000. Review sample courtesy of Zopo Mobile.

Zopo's ZP1000 is a comparably affordable and high-performance dual-SIM smartphone. Buyers who want this performance normally have to live without a second SIM slot. The contenders featuring two SIM slots either have considerably weaker SoCs or lower-resolution screens. However, they usually offer a better build, and thus Huawei's Ascend G700 is likely the most serious contender for the ZP 1000.

The smartphone's primary weakness is found in the cameras; the picture quality could be better. This clearly proves that a high pixel count is not everything. The speaker is not a sound miracle either and is only compelling in low volumes. The speech quality is also only middling. Brief speech dropouts and a low volume will likely annoy frequent callers.

Nevertheless, Zopo Mobile has launched an interesting alternative with a good screen for a fair value-for-money ratio with its ZP1000.

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Specifications

Zopo ZP1000

:: Processor
:: Memory
1024 MB
:: Graphics adapter
ARM Mali-450 MP4, Core: 700 MHz
:: Display
5.0 inch 16:9, 1280x720 pixel, capacitive 5 point multi-touch, IPS, Corning Gorilla Glass 3, glossy: yes
:: Harddisk
16 GB iNAND Flash, 16 GB , 13 GB free
:: Connections
1 USB 2.0, Audio Connections: combo headphone and microphone, Sensors: accelerometer, ambient light, orientation, proximity and G-sensor, digital compass,
:: Networking
802.11 b/g/n (b g n ), 4.0 Bluetooth, GSM (850, 900, 1800 and 1900 MHz), UMTS/HSPA+ (900 and 2100 MHz)
:: Size
height x width x depth (in mm): 7.2 x 143.9 x 72.2
:: Weight
0.15 kg Power Supply: 0.068 kg
:: Battery
7.2 Wh Lithium-Polymer, 2000 mAh, 3.6 Volt
:: Price
249 Euro
:: Operating System
Android 4.2
:: Additional features
Webcam: 8.0 MP; primary camera: 14.2 MP; LED flash; auto-focus, Speakers: mono speaker, Keyboard: virtual, headset, power supply (5 W, 5 V, 1 A), data cable, stylus, car charger, SIM tool, Wireless Update, 12 Months Warranty, Head-SAR: 0.358 W/kg, Body-SAR: 0.217 W/kg

 

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Zopo's ZP1000 sports a strong octa-core processor.
Zopo's ZP1000 sports a strong octa-core processor.
It is very slim with just 7.2 mm.
It is very slim with just 7.2 mm.
The IPS screen is bright and well illuminated.
The IPS screen is bright and well illuminated.
Android 4.2.2 is pre-loaded.
Android 4.2.2 is pre-loaded.
Lock screen
Lock screen
Home screen
Home screen
A lot of apps are pre-loaded.
A lot of apps are pre-loaded.
Geekbench 3
Geekbench 3
AnTuTu v4
AnTuTu v4
Vellamo
Vellamo
3DMark
3DMark
CPU-Z
CPU-Z
CPU-Z
CPU-Z
CPU-Z
CPU-Z

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Pro

+Bright and evenly illuminated screen
+Swift SoC
+Corning Gorilla Glass 3
+Dual-SIM
+Extensive accessories
 

Cons

-Moderate speaker
-Middling phone sound
-Weak cameras
-Build worthy of improvement
-Non-expandable memory

Shortcut

What we like

The bright and evenly illuminated screen that is additionally protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3.

What we'd like to see

A better build would have been desirable. Particularly the gaps around the display could be more accurate.

What surprises us

A screen protector is applied ex-factory despite the display's high-quality pane. This was unnecessary, especially since it inhibits the gliding properties.

The competition

The contenders are: iOcean X7Wiko Stairway, Huawei Ascend G700 and G730, Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2, HTC Desire 500, and LG G Pro Lite Dual.

Rating

Zopo ZP1000
05/14/2014 v4
Daniel Schmidt

Chassis
73%
Keyboard
67 / 75 → 89%
Pointing Device
81%
Connectivity
45 / 60 → 75%
Weight
92%
Battery
91%
Display
83%
Games Performance
55 / 75 → 73%
Application Performance
37 / 65 → 57%
Temperature
91%
Noise
100%
Audio
45 / 91 → 49%
Camera
60%
Average
71%
80%
Smartphone *
Weighted Average

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Author: Daniel Schmidt, 2014-05-19 (Update: 2014-05-21)