Doogee, a Chinese smartphone brand, has just unveiled a smartphone that looks very much similar to Xiaomi’s Mi Note phablet. The Mi Note and its Pro version looked excellent due to the 2.5D glass, that gave a premium look. Even that has given inspiration for Doogee to do the same for its S6000 smartphone.
The Doogee S6000 rocks a 3D GLONASS Glass back cover as well as a premium CNC Zinc Titanium frame. One of the interesting things about this device is its 6000 mAh battery, which the company could pack, just within a 9mm frame. That is quite commendable, although Gionee’s M5 yesterday came in with a 6020 mAh battery under a 8.5mm thickness. The bottom of the phone has a MicroUSB port, with Dual speakers, one each on the either side of the port.
The S6000 isn’t really heavy on specs, but is quite good with the design and battery, two major concerns for a smartphone user. There’s a technology called Pump Express, that cuts the charging time in half. According to the company, this technology can help charge the battery to about 75% in just 30 minutes.
Now, let’s get into the other specs. This is a 5.5-inch device having a 720p display, and the phablet is powered by MT6735 quad-core chipset clocked at 1.5GHz along with 2GB of RAM. 16GB of internal storage is provided, and that can be expanded with a MicroSD card.
On the camera side, an 8-megapixel f/2.0 rear and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera is included. The device will be running Android 5.1 OS Doogee’s custom interface might be running in, though the wallpaper they chose is the same one we saw on Xiaomi Mi 4i, and the Mi Note.
The pricing is set at $139.99, and this might go on sale in a couple of months from now, and that price looks attractive, given the fact that this is one of the best battery devices in terms of capacity.