DOOGEE BL5000 5.5 Inch FHD 4GB RAM 64GB ROM MT6750T Octa-Core 5050mAh Big Battery 4G Smartphone this is pre order £110.21 @ banggood
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DOOGEE BL5000 5.5 Inch FHD 4GB RAM 64GB ROM MT6750T Octa-Core 5050mAh Big Battery 4G Smartphone this is pre order £110.21 @ banggood

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Found 7th Aug 2017
Stock due to arrive 15th august this is a lot of phone for £110

DOOGEE BL5000 5.5 Inch FHD 4GB RAM 64GB ROM MT6750T Octa-Core 5050mAh Big Battery 4G dual 13.0 MP camera with 2x optical zoom and band 20 support Smartphone
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Doogee is definitely league 1 in terms of Chinese phones and I'd be wary of buying any of their devices without a review.

For the record, my subjective rating of Chinese phone manufacturers is below this is based on a hell of a lot of research & ownership. I've missed loads though.

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yes it's a lot of phone but still misses the Lenovo P2 by a smidge though

heated for the price..
My daughter bought a Doogee Shoot 1 a few months back for a mere £77 and she's been very happy with it.
Gone and pre-ordered one. Never tried a Chinese brand phone. Got to be worth a shot at that price though.
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Doogee is definitely league 1 in terms of Chinese phones and I'd be wary of buying any of their devices without a review.

For the record, my subjective rating of Chinese phone manufacturers is below this is based on a hell of a lot of research & ownership. I've missed loads though.

Premier League
Xiaomi
Huawei/Honor
OnePlus
Asus
Meizu

Championship
Lenovo/ZUK
Blackview
UMI
LETV
ZTE/Nubia

League 1
DooGee
HomTom
Leagoo
OUKITEL
Elephone
Cubot
Ulefone
Vernee
Bluboo

League 2
Maze
THL
Nomu
VKworld
Allcall
jamesprocha2 h, 24 m ago

Gone and pre-ordered one. Never tried a Chinese brand phone. Got to be …Gone and pre-ordered one. Never tried a Chinese brand phone. Got to be worth a shot at that price though.

It's a nice spec for the price just be wary I've got the Doogee mix and was great from the start good build quality and a nice screen large storage plenty off ram but more i use it i found more issues with it, poor wifi signal, stuttering performance, poor camera performance in low light and to focus properly fingerprint didn't work it became frustrating to use, im using a huawei phone and not had these issues.
korny223 m ago

It's a nice spec for the price just be wary I've got the Doogee mix and …It's a nice spec for the price just be wary I've got the Doogee mix and was great from the start good build quality and a nice screen large storage plenty off ram but more i use it i found more issues with it, poor wifi signal, stuttering performance, poor camera performance in low light and to focus properly fingerprint didn't work it became frustrating to use, im using a huawei phone and not had these issues.

I'm not expecting the world for £110, so shouldn't be too disappointed. Never been one for top range phones. My current handset is the Vodafone Smart ultra 6, which I was perfectly happy with until I dropped it, and now the touchscreen comes and goes, or flips out and starts registering presses all over the place!
Joe90_guy6 h, 27 m ago

My daughter bought a Doogee Shoot 1 a few months back for a mere £77 and …My daughter bought a Doogee Shoot 1 a few months back for a mere £77 and she's been very happy with it.

If she's a youngster, did she pay with her own money/savings, or did you pay for it?
Edited by: "Crossbow" 7th Aug 2017
jamesprocha36 m ago

I'm not expecting the world for £110, so shouldn't be too disappointed. …I'm not expecting the world for £110, so shouldn't be too disappointed. Never been one for top range phones. My current handset is the Vodafone Smart ultra 6, which I was perfectly happy with until I dropped it, and now the touchscreen comes and goes, or flips out and starts registering presses all over the place!

It's got a massive battery and 64 gig plus 4 gig off ram plus a 1080p display you won't get that sort off spec in the UK for that price, it's good value just think these companies let themselves down with the software side and camera performance hopefully you won't be disappointed.
Doogee is negative from me . Subsidise phones by putting spyware in the official ROM software. If you don't care of your privacy and security ,only then buy Doogee
sam_of_london31 m ago

Doogee is negative from me . Subsidise phones by putting spyware in the …Doogee is negative from me . Subsidise phones by putting spyware in the official ROM software. If you don't care of your privacy and security ,only then buy Doogee


Nonsense.....I have been using a Doogee F5 for nearly a year and i have not had one problem...Their phones are great but be aware that customer support from Doogee is non existent,i have contacted them plenty of times with no response at all.If customer support is important to you,avoid Doogee
noirnaranja3 h, 24 m ago

Doogee is definitely league 1 in terms of Chinese phones and I'd be wary …Doogee is definitely league 1 in terms of Chinese phones and I'd be wary of buying any of their devices without a review. For the record, my subjective rating of Chinese phone manufacturers is below this is based on a hell of a lot of research & ownership. I've missed loads though. Premier LeagueXiaomi Huawei/HonorOnePlusAsusMeizuChampionshipLenovo/ZUKBlackviewUMILETVZTE/NubiaLeague 1DooGeeHomTomLeagooOUKITELElephoneCubotUlefoneVerneeBlubooLeague 2MazeTHLNomu VKworldAllcall

Very good research & ranking. 200% agreed.
worth mentioning that it has Android 7.0 and is dual sim (Micro SIM + Nano SIM) although it looks like you can't use a memory card if you use the 2nd sim
noirnaranja3 h, 55 m ago

Doogee is definitely league 1 in terms of Chinese phones and I'd be wary …Doogee is definitely league 1 in terms of Chinese phones and I'd be wary of buying any of their devices without a review. For the record, my subjective rating of Chinese phone manufacturers is below this is based on a hell of a lot of research & ownership. I've missed loads though. Premier LeagueXiaomi Huawei/HonorOnePlusAsusMeizuChampionshipLenovo/ZUKBlackviewUMILETVZTE/NubiaLeague 1DooGeeHomTomLeagooOUKITELElephoneCubotUlefoneVerneeBlubooLeague 2MazeTHLNomu VKworldAllcall


Asus is a Taiwanese brand instead of Chinese though.
Similarly you wouldn't classify HTC and Acer as Chinese brands.
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noirnaranja3 h, 59 m ago

Doogee is definitely league 1 in terms of Chinese phones and I'd be wary …Doogee is definitely league 1 in terms of Chinese phones and I'd be wary of buying any of their devices without a review. For the record, my subjective rating of Chinese phone manufacturers is below this is based on a hell of a lot of research & ownership. I've missed loads though. Premier LeagueXiaomi Huawei/HonorOnePlusAsusMeizuChampionshipLenovo/ZUKBlackviewUMILETVZTE/NubiaLeague 1DooGeeHomTomLeagooOUKITELElephoneCubotUlefoneVerneeBlubooLeague 2MazeTHLNomu VKworldAllcall


You forgot Apple IPhone also made in China i'd put them in league 1 as well just because of extortionate price
ATP771 h, 52 m ago

Nonsense.....I have been using a Doogee F5 for nearly a year and i have …Nonsense.....I have been using a Doogee F5 for nearly a year and i have not had one problem...Their phones are great but be aware that customer support from Doogee is non existent,i have contacted them plenty of times with no response at all.If customer support is important to you,avoid Doogee

Just scan your phone with anti virus and see what comes out
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joeho12 h, 7 m ago

Asus is a Taiwanese brand instead of Chinese though. Similarly you …Asus is a Taiwanese brand instead of Chinese though. Similarly you wouldn't classify HTC and Acer as Chinese brands.

Ha. Thanks for that, I wouldn't want to start a diplomatic incident
sam_of_london12 h, 36 m ago

Just scan your phone with anti virus and see what comes out

You must hate doogee, you post the same thing on every doogee deal.
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sam_of_london13 h, 31 m ago

Just scan your phone with anti virus and see what comes out


I am now on my 6th Chinese phone, Star S5,Thl W200S,Thl 2015,huawei, Xiaomi redmi note 3, and Xiaomi Mi6 and have never had any spyware on any of them. I run malwarebytes on every phone i have bought and only time it picked anything up was 2 PUP's (possible unwanted program ) with low risk indicator on the redmi note 3, they were genuine Xiaomi apps which were not properly recognised by malwarebytes, but were after a malwarebytes update. The redmi note 3 was running the official Chinese rom and still is on the Chinese rom never had a problem with it in the 18 months ive had it.And only last week i got OTA system update for it must be arround the 12th OTA update in the 18 months i have had the phone,so not bad still getting updates 18 months later
Edited by: "BUCKUM2" 8th Aug 2017
Most mobile phones are made in China but all of them are not created equal. I had to return Doogee phone loaded with malware. When I contacted Doogee ,they said only way I could remove malware was to Root the phone. If you root the phone , you loose warranty, banking apps do not work and all rooting methods involve malware making Phone unsafe
noirnaranja7th Aug

Doogee is definitely league 1 in terms of Chinese phones and I'd be wary …Doogee is definitely league 1 in terms of Chinese phones and I'd be wary of buying any of their devices without a review. For the record, my subjective rating of Chinese phone manufacturers is below this is based on a hell of a lot of research & ownership. I've missed loads though. Premier LeagueXiaomi Huawei/HonorOnePlusAsusMeizuChampionshipLenovo/ZUKBlackviewUMILETVZTE/NubiaLeague 1DooGeeHomTomLeagooOUKITELElephoneCubotUlefoneVerneeBlubooLeague 2MazeTHLNomu VKworldAllcall


Agree 100 percent although Asus is a Taiwanese phone manufacturer.

You missed out LeEco and Vivo, two big names from China
sam_of_london8th Aug

Most mobile phones are made in China but all of them are not created …Most mobile phones are made in China but all of them are not created equal. I had to return Doogee phone loaded with malware. When I contacted Doogee ,they said only way I could remove malware was to Root the phone. If you root the phone , you loose warranty, banking apps do not work and all rooting methods involve malware making Phone unsafe


My xiaomi phone was filled with malware when I bought it, so it's not just a problem with smaller mobile companies.
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dz13 h, 22 m ago

My xiaomi phone was filled with malware when I bought it, so it's not just …My xiaomi phone was filled with malware when I bought it, so it's not just a problem with smaller mobile companies.


You must have had a 3rd party custom rom on it
should be despatched today ,right ?
taiko15th Aug

should be despatched today ,right ?

'Should have been but hasn't been,' is my best guess looking at the website and my order status. Disappointing. Not sure how long to leave it before giving up and cancelling...
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jamesprocha21 m ago

'Should have been but hasn't been,' is my best guess looking at the …'Should have been but hasn't been,' is my best guess looking at the website and my order status. Disappointing. Not sure how long to leave it before giving up and cancelling...


Just checked website and now in stock so should be dispatched in next couple of days
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taiko15th Aug

should be despatched today ,right ?



Just checked website and now in stock so should be dispatched in next couple of days
what case are people buying for this ?
mine just arrived today with a case on it already
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