Doogee has been slinging affordable smartphones since 2013. For the most part, they haven’t been anything to write home about—rectangles with screens and cameras, like so many others. But YouTuber Mrwhosetheboss got his hands on a prototype of the Doogee Mix 4, and it’s certainly striking, with teeny tiny bezels on all sides of the display and a sliding design to hide the earpiece and front-facing camera. We’ve seen leaked photos of the device, but this is the first time it’s been shown on video.
Doogee’s Mobile World Congress press conference is mostly what you’d expect from a company you’ve never heard of: small, low key, in the second basement meeting room at a hotel across from the convention center. It’s a bit like the smartphone farm system, the company’s hoping it can gin up enough awareness to rise above the din of news from the world’s… Read More
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Doogee showed us it could make phones with bezel-less screens, so it is already jumping on the next hype train of phones with under-screen fingerprint scanners. First, vivo introduced the X20 Plus UD to a limited audience and now Doogee V appears to be the second phone with such tech. The device will be unveiled on February 27 in Barcelona during MWC 2018. According to a landing page by Doogee, the V will have 6.21″ AMOLED screen with 18:9 ratio and Full HD+ resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels. There are no buttons on the front, only a tiny notch on top that will house the earpiece and a…
More details of the Android-powered iPhone X clone Doogee V have surfaced following its first reveal by the company behind the phone.
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LG and Samsung both tried something new a few years ago: they released smartphones with curved displays. Samsung released the Galaxy Round, a device that had a screen curved along its vertical axis, sort of like a taco shell. Meanwhile, LG released two generations of its LG G Flex – a smartphone that was curved along its horizontal axis. When placed in a pocket, it was flexible enough to go flat and then return to its curve. Remember the Galaxy Round and LG Flexes? Well next year Doogee will try its hand at a curved screen device, with 18.5:9 aspect ratio, 6GB of RAM, and 128GB storage….
There are a few rugged smartphones on the market, like the Galaxy Active series or the LG X Venture. But maybe those aren’t tough enough for you. Do you need a phone that will survive “fields, underwater and other outdoor environments”? What about one that is “manly, strong, and special in market”? If so, the Doogee S60 might be for you.
The S60 (no, not that S60) has a super durable design made of “a special material” and is covered in a gold finish, because who says tough phones have to be ugly?
The Doogee S60 is ‘the one who reinvents rugged phone’ was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Doogee’s new BL5000 has something for everyone. For instance, who doesn’t want a battery with 5050 mAh capacity? You don’t see too many people wishing their phone had less battery life, or less optical zoom on its camera, less RAM, less screen brightness, and so on. On these fronts, the BL5000 really delivers.
Let’s establish the basics. The BL5000 has a 5.5″ FHD display, putting the phone’s size right in the typical flagship range.
The Doogee BL5000 has a 5050 mAh battery, 4 GB RAM, 13MP dual camera with 2x optical zoom, and much more [Sponsored Post] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
We’ve always tried to maintain an impartial perspective and shy away from bias in our work. Whether that shines through or not is really up to you, our readers to decide. However, we will admit right off the bat that Doogee hasn’t really received any significant attention from us in the past. While there are perfectly good reasons for that as well, we still feel compelled to give the Doogee Mix the benefit of the doubt.