- 5.2"FHD56% useful16:9
- 295 g 81.0 mm 164.0 mm 15.5 mm
- Helio P25 Octa-Core 6 GB RAM 64 GB
- v? 66.544
- 5580 mAh
- 1 21 Mpx · ƒ/2.0 IMX230 Exmor RS SELF 8 Mpx · ƒ/--
- Android 7.0 Nougat Android 7.0 Nougat
Design & Materials
Performance & Hardware
- 1%Less than half day
- 6%Less than a day
- 23%One day
- 40%More than one day
- 30%Two days or more
- 12%It comes with a clean operating system
- 73%It has preinstalled apps but they don't bother me
- 15%It has preinstalled apps that I can't uninstall
- 12%Once a year
- 54%Every six months
- 16%Every two months or less
- Supposed to be rugged but falls apart on its own after 8 months without harsh conditions. No support from Doogee!
We had bought two of these at the same time.My gf droped it once and screen broke.Both started having issues charging.My connector pin cam loose and came out entirely.Doogee has no support and they don't answer to emails!Tried wireless charging but does not charge!
Phones randomly reboot since we got them,even in standby mode.Has ton of apps preinstalled you can't get rid of.I used a firewall and the 'Doogee' app spams connections to china like crazy!When charging works the phone gets really hot and is electrically poorly isolated.The microphone is so bad that people always tell us they can't hear a word we say over the phone, especially when using it to use it hands free for conf calls or in a car.
I was hyped by their concept when I bought these phones, but never ever again would I buy a Doogee. over night. They really spared every penny with the hardware! Cameras are grainy and bad, microphone is aPositives
- screen resolution
- sometimes waterproof
- hardware reliability
- always charging issues (cable and wireless)
- no support at all (doogee never answers)
- random standby reboots + random idle overheats
- unreliable in every aspect
- bad microphone
- My first Doogee and my last Emailed two times for help no reply.Small price,you get what you pay for, good lesson
at the local donut shop or Burger place the wife's phone would connect, mine would say connected but would show no internet connection. To many problems will be getting a better phone next time. .
- I wouldn't buy it again.
I bought the phone for a road trip but the front camera failed in the first 3 months and even with the help of the community not be fixed. No reply from customer service either.
Phone goes black and into scan mode which cant be exited, only with full shut down and also does the GPS only work sometimes.
The phone is nice and works otherwise well but these issues I had made me want it to return after 6 months.
- Disaster: it was repeatedly not waterproof
I loved the Doogee. I loved it rugged looks, I loved the European design. I loved its good price. Unfortunately I NEVER HAD MORE PROBLEMS than with this phone. After a month, I went swimming. Even though the covers were closed, the phone didn't work anymore when I got out. I returned it to the manufacturer who acknowledged that the covers were closed but they were not closed 'good enough'. What can you say? So I paid for the pricey repair. They shipped a new phone. All my data lost. A few weeks later I dropped it from my hands and the screen broke, had to order a new screen. Then the phone wouldn't charge anymore. And yesterday I went into the water, triple-checked that the covers were tightly closed. I was in the water maybe for 2 minutes, the phone in my pocket and submerged for maximum 20 centimeter. I got out: it didn't work again.
In the end, a phone has to work. I now lost all data twice. It is the worst that can happen. You are a better of with a non-rugged phone.Positives
- not waterproof
- screen easily breaks
- Sever quality control issues, very dissapointed
Everything about the phone is fine, except that it cannot hold together. The phone would switch off randomly, later finding out it was a manufacturer fault that caused it to shutdown at the slightest vibrations. Sent it back, waited 3 MONTHS for the repair to happen and get back to me. Got back to me and oh no, the IP68 rating gone (or never was ever actually valid), and now got a very expensive brick, used as a center piece of all those shattered expectations.
- Severe quality control issues, very dissapointed
The phone in theory is a great product, it worked well while it did a little bit of lag here and there. Looks great and feels good in the hand. The thing is, it just wasn't very good at actually being anything more than a well marketed rugged smart phone. The phone would constantly switch itself off, this was a result of a manufacturer error which resulted in the phone shutting down after even the slightest vibration. Sent the phone back, wait three months... the phone returns repaired... but oh no it has lost (or never had) its IP68 rating and now is a very expensive brick, that works well as a center piece of smashed expectations. As a final question to ask yourself... how does a rugged smart phone only come with a 6 month warranty?
- A good rugged smartphone
Its a good rugged smartphone with powerful performance. but its size and weight in sometime uncomfortable to use in every situationPositives
- Good IPS Screen
- Powerful Performance
- Decent Camera
- Soild build Quality
- Front Camera Ok
- Size and weight
- lot of button all along the egde make confusion
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- 3.7 Design & Materials
- 5.7 Performance & Hardware
- 6.7 Camera
- 7.1 Connectivity
- 8.7 Battery
In this case, to determine the score we evaluate 5 general aspects:
- Design and screen
- Hardware and performance
Once these 5 factors have been rated, we introduce the price variable. This means that any two devices with the same ratings get a different Ki score for quality vs price.
Even a device objectively worse than another may have a higher Ki score if it has a better price.
The Ki varies as time goes by. As new devices with better specifications enter the market the Ki score of older devices will go down, always being compensated of their decrease in price.