DOOGEE Y6 Piano Black 5.5 Inch Fingerprint 4GB RAM 64GB ROM MTK6750 Octa Core 4G Smartphone £112.57 @ Banggood - HotUKDeals
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DOOGEE Y6 Piano Black 5.5 Inch Fingerprint 4GB RAM 64GB ROM MTK6750 Octa Core 4G Smartphone £112.57 @ Banggood

£112.57 @ BangGood
Excellent price for a well specified phone. £120.25 on Gearbest Read More
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6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
Excellent price for a well specified phone.
£120.25 on Gearbest
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6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
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Is there inbuilt virus or back door burned in the firmware?
#2
Plus 6.9% TopCashback
#3
What are these phones like? I quite like the look of the Ulefone Gemini

http://www.androidheadlines.com/2016/12/ulefone-gemini-pro-will-cost-199-99-boasts-three-13mp-cameras.html
#4
sam_of_london
Is there inbuilt virus or back door burned in the firmware?
Thats only BLU
#5
this is 720p screen. better go for full HD screen when it's 5.5 inch.
#6
sam_of_london
Is there inbuilt virus or back door burned in the firmware?


just make sure you get a roll of bubble wrap and tin foil to go with it and you'll be fine.
#7
only 720p? Says its a Sharp HD display...
#8
I've had two Doogee's good phone for price , however , no gorilla glass and micro USB port becomes very loose after a while, bloody annoying as charger cable falls out easily.
#9
Bought a Doogee for my daughter last year, the battery stopped charging after 6 weeks and appeared to be swelling - not a good sign. GearBest sent me a new battery FOC but I didn't trust it after that. Wouldn't buy another.
#10
BungalowBill
Bought a Doogee for my daughter last year, the battery stopped charging after 6 weeks and appeared to be swelling - not a good sign. GearBest sent me a new battery FOC but I didn't trust it after that. Wouldn't buy another.


Check the phone with anti virus. Comes with free virus and trozan horse as well.
#11
toilettrol
I've had two Doogee's good phone for price , however , no gorilla glass and micro USB port becomes very loose after a while, bloody annoying as charger cable falls out easily.


Check the phone with Anti virus. You may find free viruses inside. I bought one Doogee from Gearbest which had three even though the paid actor who listed it here said it was the best phone he ever had.
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sam_of_london
toilettrol
I've had two Doogee's good phone for price , however , no gorilla glass and micro USB port becomes very loose after a while, bloody annoying as charger cable falls out easily.
Check the phone with Anti virus. You may find free viruses inside. I bought one Doogee from Gearbest which had three even though the paid actor who listed it here said it was the best phone he ever had.

Anyone we've heard of?
#13
sam_of_london
toilettrol
I've had two Doogee's good phone for price , however , no gorilla glass and micro USB port becomes very loose after a while, bloody annoying as charger cable falls out easily.


Check the phone with Anti virus. You may find free viruses inside. I bought one Doogee from Gearbest which had three even though the paid actor who listed it here said it was the best phone he ever had.


why did you buy this phone?
I always thought you hated Chinese phones.
any ways China still got a business from a critic...
#14
sam_of_london
toilettrol
I've had two Doogee's good phone for price , however , no gorilla glass and micro USB port becomes very loose after a while, bloody annoying as charger cable falls out easily.


Check the phone with Anti virus. You may find free viruses inside. I bought one Doogee from Gearbest which had three even though the paid actor who listed it here said it was the best phone he ever had.


Sam, I read nearly 100 comments from you as to why Chinese phones are bad. I am sure none asked you this question.
what phone you recommend buying.....

Edited By: baldude on Dec 28, 2016 20:00: spelling
#15
karl100100
only 720p? Says its a Sharp HD display...


720 counts as HD
#16
Ive an LG G2 am looking for an upgrade, as my phone is crashing and ive tried a hard reset, no luck tho...
#17
My current phone bought in May and still going strong is a Doogee (the Doogee X5 Pro), bought from Amazon. Was the phone with the best specs for the money (£63) at the time, doesn't have any malware, & apart from the camera it performs really rather well.

Wouldn't hesitate to recommend Doogees as great value for money smartphones, particularly if you can buy from Amazon as the seller, what with their great customer service & returns policy.
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sam_of_london
BungalowBill
Bought a Doogee for my daughter last year, the battery stopped charging after 6 weeks and appeared to be swelling - not a good sign. GearBest sent me a new battery FOC but I didn't trust it after that. Wouldn't buy another.
Check the phone with anti virus. Comes with free virus and trozan horse as well.

Please for the love of God, sam_of_london crawl back under the rock which you came from.

If you have a nut allergy stay away from nuts.
If your a vegetarian stay away from meat.
If YOU have an allergy of Chinese phones stay away from deals on Chinese mobiles.

If you cant understand that simple fact who is going to take your comments seriously. Geez
#19
sam_of_london
Is there inbuilt virus or back door burned in the firmware?
That describes the unusable Pepsi P1S I recently bought....:(
#20
BungalowBill
Bought a Doogee for my daughter last year, the battery stopped charging after 6 weeks and appeared to be swelling - not a good sign. GearBest sent me a new battery FOC but I didn't trust it after that. Wouldn't buy another.


I wouldn't worry too much,I had a genuine Nokia battery with the same problem after 6 months and Nokia said 'tough'.
#21
Bought the X6 Pro for £63 two months ago and have to say that it represents amazing value for money (sadly no virus, that was extra). Also know three other people with Doogee phones and no problems to speak of. However, I have read mixed reviews and quality control might be an issue. In light of that I'd probably stick to a U.K. seller if possible.

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