Kiyasuriin, 22 Aug 2018Doogee doesn't have a contract with Qualcomm to use Snapdragon chipsets, they can use only Med... moreIf not Snapdragon then a high end Mediatek or they should just remove gaming phone
Wanglu, 21 Aug 2018Are your sure about that? It was LG V10 invented the notch. Whilst argueable it's a second screen with cameras on the side (sized 1.8inches 1:11 aspect ratio) so TECHNICALLY it's not a notch as it doesn't intervene with the main display
ProJames, 21 Aug 2018Don't be silly! The appropriate analogy would be a Core 2 Solo with a GTX 910MxD
LG Superfan, 21 Aug 2018Who TH uses a mid range Mediatek SoC in a Gaming Phone atleast put SD 660 it will be much more... moreDoogee doesn't have a contract with Qualcomm to use Snapdragon chipsets, they can use only Mediatek, or develop in-house chip. In this case a P60 would work way better DUE to their situation.
alcalde, 21 Aug 2018"The hardware itself will be IP68 and IP69K, which means it can withstand pressurized streams ... moreNo offense bruh. But it actually happend to you? That you've actually peed on your phone? ^_^;'
Anonymous, 21 Aug 2018Sorry but the beginning of this article is plain wrong. The first mainstream phone with ultra-... moreWhat part of mainstream do you not understand? Sharp is first but it didnt go mainstream that time. Xiaomi made it mainstream and trendy. Btw, the notch thing can be verified using patent on who invent it first. Short story, most oems patent it in 2016.
Gaming phone with Helio P23? I guess your games will be played all in low settings.
Zero, 22 Aug 2018Helio P23.... The joke is told itself.I know right... And they said it's a gaming phone. Maybe just for thos year's game. Use it to play high end games next year and all you get is low quality graphics LOL
[deleted post]Yo calm down. Some could argue that the notch with the camera on the second screen could be considered a notch. Even so, you are right about Sharp being first. The Mi Mix was just the first one that popularized the idea
Personally, i like the rugged aspects of it. There is certainly a lack of phones with shatter-proof displays (Only the Moto Force series comes to my mind). Also, the improved water-resistance is welcome. Overall, doesn't seem like a bad phone to me. The DooGee MIX was a impressive phone for it's price, so this has the potential to be good as well.
Anonymous, 21 Aug 2018That's like sticking an Intel Pentium and GTX 1030 into an education notebook and calling it a... moreDon't be silly!
The appropriate analogy would be a Core 2 Solo with a GTX 910M
Although there are many gaming phones available these days, but none are cheap. We are yet to see a budget gaming phone, so since this phone has a mid-range chipset, it might be cheap, and if it is, then it will be the first of it's kind, so it will likely be successful. If Doogee knows what they're doing, then they'll price it right.
LG Superfan, 21 Aug 2018I have Pentium 4 in my Gaming PCPentiums got nothing on this bad boy
Helio p23 is bad add who th needs a high end GPU right this bad boy from whats its brand name
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