Zopo is going to be replacing their current flagship phone with a new one and it looks like this is it. The Zopo ZP950 is the next step up from the current top dog, the Zopo ZP900. Leaked images have surfaced of what this phone will look like and the specs to go with it.
This phone is quite a large one, in fact, it is .2" larger than the Galaxy Note II and that is a pretty good sized phone. The funny thing is that this phone isn't being marketed as a phablet. I am not sure what to think about that aspect, not that it is really all that important but it could lead into more from the company itself. This unit was rumored in China a while back but nothing could be confirmed with it until now. It seems that the dual-core rumor wasn't accurate as it will come with a dual-core MT6577 and 1GB RAM.
It also states that it will have a resolution of 1280 x 720 and run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. The 4.1 part is confirmed but that could change with Android 4.2 on the horizon. With this being the new flagship, chances are they will have the latest Android OS planted deep in it. In the picture you can see an 8MP rear shooter and it will also have a 3MP front, dual-sim support and a few other nice updates from it's predecessor.