Haha, i knew this Doggy phone would be bas, since uncle Lao made it on the knee. Everything is just terrible.
AnonD-227943, 10 Aug 2017If your going to do reviews at this kind of level then I suggest you look at UMIDIGI soon,good... morethey just offer rebranded phones of rebranded phones. The same as Doogee, Bluboo, Micromax, lava, xolo, Coolpad, ZTE, Yu, verykool and so on. And I wouldn't buy any of those in my life, when for the same money, you can get phones with much better reputation like Xiaomi or Lenovo/Motorola
If your going to do reviews at this kind of level then I suggest you look at UMIDIGI soon,goods specs,good prices,can be git through Amazon.
That moment, when a Chinese company copies a Chinese copycat company
Doogee Max? Lol! Sounds like a cartoon character from Saturday morning children's TV!
Ok... this is new... Doogee manages to get a review and finally a section here?
Impressive, really impressive. Gratz Doogee guys :D
PS: GSMArena guys, seems that there might be another brand that deserves to enter there and that is Ulefone. They are selling now Global Editions of their devices. That is really impressive too since they are offering the only Helio P25 devices with global bands available.
Was quite surprised to see this in the review section. I never used any Doogee device (you gotta laugh at those chinese names) but conclusions were right were i thought they would be. Small chinese company trying to get on the bezel-less train, but just doesn't have the means to do a proper product. Not to mention it takes at least 5 "no major flaws" in a row streak of prodcuts to be taken seriously. Unfinished at best and no way near Xiaomi, Meizu, ZTE, Huawei, Lenovo & Co.
I would suggest to stay away from those products as they guarantee headaches. Stick to the OEMs that have a proven track record. In a couple of years - who knows, maybe Doogee will be new Xiaomi:)
Why didn't you put the specifications list here like you always do usually!!