There are so many rumors about an upcoming smartphone from Doogee’s Shoot series. Doogee is a Chinese smartphone brand based in Shenzhen. Now company came up with a new Shoot series smartphone with dual rear camera setup. From Huawei to Apple, we have already seen many smartphone brands launching their dual camera smartphones. Some of them even came up with dual front camera setup as well in the market. According to a new report, Doogee is all set to launch Shoot 1 smartphone with dual rear camera setup with 5.5-inch sharp FHD display on top.
Doogee has uploaded an official promo video as well of this upcoming smartphone. The video highlights dual cameras of the smartphone. The tagline of the device is “dual camera, shoot expert.” And comes in three colors Black, Gold, and Silver. Talking about the specifications of the smartphone, it comes with 13MP+8MP dual camera setup at the back. The 13MP shooter is Samsung camera with PDAF support while the other 8MP camera captures in-depth information of the images. In the middle of both cameras, there is dual-LED flash. On the other hand, for selfies, there is an 8MP wide-angle lens front shooter as well.
There is 5.5-inch fHD SHARP display on top. There will be 2GB RAM and 16GB internal storage along with a micro SD card support on board. It comes with 4G LTE support and powered by a 3000 mAh battery out of the box. The smartphone ran on Android 6.0 Marshmallow and priced at $149.99. The pre-order for the device will begin soon.
Recently, Doogee also announced a large screen smartphone Y6 Max along with 6.5-inch display and 4300mAh battery on board. It comes in Shimmer Gold and Glacier Silver colors. The smartphone has 3GB RAM built in and 32GB internal storage. There is up to 128GB SD card support as well. It has the full metal body and a fingerprint scanner at the back. Talking about the camera of the smartphone, it comes with 13MP rear camera with LED flash and 5MP 84-degree wide angle lens front facing the camera as well.
Recently, a report also claimed that nearly three million Android smartphone became vulnerable to attacks. There were 55 known models that tried to send data to the two domains. And out of them, 8% of the smartphones were Doogee devices.Affected devices tried to send information and data.