DOOGEE BL7000 Android 7.0 7060mAh 12V2A Quick Charge 5.5'' FHD MTK6750T Octa Core 4GB RAM 64GB ROM Smartphone Dual 13.0MP Camera at Ali express Store: DOOGEE Official Store
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DOOGEE BL7000 Android 7.0 7060mAh 12V2A Quick Charge 5.5'' FHD MTK6750T Octa Core 4GB RAM 64GB ROM Smartphone Dual 13.0MP Camera at Ali express Store: DOOGEE Official Store

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Found 3rd Sep 2017Edited by:"thkarthik"
Seems value for the money...specially on the battery
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Has band 20 so have some heat !
This looks good... How does this compare to the Xoami Redmi that's been posted recent
Stonking battery. Would be worried about how the software would perform though.
Seems like a lot of phone for not much money.
How many viruses /spyware does it have inside ? Had to return Doogee due to virus in official stock ROM . Doogee said to root it to remove virus. Will never buy another Doogee again. You are buying virus not phone.
I like this guy's phone reviews on YouTube. He's usually very fair but he really panned this phone, primarily because of the poor battery life!

thkarthik54 m ago

other options better design and less battery …other options better design and less battery https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Pre-Sale-DOOGEE-BL5000-mobile-phones-5050mAh-Dual-Camera-5-5-FHD-MTK6750T-Octa-Core-1/32820373948.html?ws_ab_test=searchweb0_0,searchweb201602_4_10152_10065_10151_10068_10130_5490020_10209_5470011_10192_10190_10307_10301_10137_10303_10060_10155_10154_10056_10055_10054_10059_100031_10099_5460020_10103_10102_10052_10053_10142_10107_10050_10051_10324_10325_5380020_10326_10084_10083_10080_10082_10081_10110_10111_10112_10113_10114_10179_10312_10313_10184_10314_10078_10079_10210_10073_5540020-10052_10112,searchweb201603_1,ppcSwitch_7&btsid=dce09ee6-7569-4d10-aaf6-e993caf35a97&algo_expid=e95cc880-4dce-4959-96a1-0a8504fcd6a8-1&algo_pvid=e95cc880-4dce-4959-96a1-0a8504fcd6a8&transAbTest=ae803_3

....Find it very odd that this website wants to record audio....
Joe90_guy53 m ago

I like this guy's phone reviews on YouTube. He's usually very fair but he …I like this guy's phone reviews on YouTube. He's usually very fair but he really panned this phone, primarily because of the poor battery life![Video]

Really surprised. The size of that battery it should be amazing
Joe90_guy1 h, 24 m ago

I like this guy's phone reviews on YouTube. He's usually very fair but he …I like this guy's phone reviews on YouTube. He's usually very fair but he really panned this phone, primarily because of the poor battery life![Video]

I don't rate this review because he clearly had GPS on the whole day on his battery usage screenshot and something on the phone kept both GPS active and the CPU despite the screen being off. With that kind of load, some phones can be dead in a couple of hours so while I agree the OS doesn't appear to be optimised properly, he didn't investigate it and settled for saying that the battery was obviously smaller than advertised.
This is why you pay so much for a well respected branded phone. R&D doesnt only mean decent specs and components but also optimised OS and software.
For example, Samsung phones like the S8 are overpriced compared to other phones but Samsung spent money on fine tuning things like camera software, battery optimisation and other things to max out the performance of the phone for the given specs and battery size. Google have done the same thing on their pixel line, specifically towards camera setup. Motorola do the same and seek to focus on battery life. Companies like Doogee don't do this, they stick stock Android OS on a generic phone with off the shelf components and sell it cheaply. They have a target audience and that target audience don't really care usually about having a fine tuned product.
The end result is average performance across the board and an average to good but never a great phone for not a lot of money.
vaderag11 h, 32 m ago

Really surprised. The size of that battery it should be amazing


Normally when looking at an advertised battery size, assume an accurate value is half what they say, especially from some Chinese sellers.

Battery capacity is roughly proportional with size, and the phone isn't super thick or anything so I'm dubious.
Edited by: "thel33ter" 4th Sep 2017
thel33ter43 m ago

Normally when looking at an advertised battery size, assume an accurate …Normally when looking at an advertised battery size, assume an accurate value is half what they say, especially from some Chinese sellers.Battery capacity is roughly proportional with size, and the phone isn't super thick or anything so I'm dubious.

All the spyware loaded inside will keep your battery safe when they send data to China.
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