DOOGEE F7 6.0 Android Phone Dual SIM Card 5.5 Inch IPS Screen 3GB RAM+32GB ROM 13MP+5MP Camera Helio X20 Deca Core Fingerprint Sensor £132.99 Delievered @ Sold by DOOGEE Official Store and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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DOOGEE F7 6.0 Android Phone Dual SIM Card 5.5 Inch IPS Screen 3GB RAM+32GB ROM 13MP+5MP Camera Helio X20 Deca Core Fingerprint Sensor £132.99 Delievered @ Sold by DOOGEE Official Store and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Found 1st May 2017
Model: F7
CPU: MT6797(Helio X20)Deca Core
OS System: Android 6.0
SIM: Dual micro SIM Card
RAM: 3GB&ROM: 32GB
External Memory: Micro SD card, max32GB
Sensor: G-sensor, Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Gyroscope, Gesture Sensor, Hall sensor

Network
Type: WCDMA, GSM, FDD-LTE
Band (3G): WCDMA 850/1900/2100MHz
Band (4G): FDD-LTE 800/1800/2100/2600MHz
WIFI: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, hotspot
EDGE/GPRS/EGSM/WAP: Support
Buletooth: V4.0

Features
Display: 5.5 inch FHD (1920 x 1080 pixels)
Front Camera: 5.0MP
Back Camera: 13.0MP
Battery Capacity: 3400mAh
Charger: 5V-2000mA Fast Charge
Earphone jack:3.5mm
Language: multi-language
OTG&OAG: Support
Hotknot:Support
Xender: Support

Package Contents
1* Doogee F7 Phone
1* USB cable
1* Power adapter
1* Protector case
1* Screen protector
1* Eject Pin
1* Quick Start Guide
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When I see the name Doogee, I always read Dodgy.
No idea why, so I vote hot.
backinstock

I'm sure I heard my wife saying she fancies 'Doogee … I'm sure I heard my wife saying she fancies 'Doogee Style'......................................................................... but I can't find that model at all!


Yawwwwwwn
I'm sure I heard my wife saying she fancies 'Doogee Style'.............................................


............................ but I can't find that model at all!
Cracking phone for the money. I have had mine a for a few months now. Performance wise, it's awesome. The battery will deplete quickly on regular mode. The processor is a monster and the screen is relatively big. However, if you put it in super moderator, it will last you a day without problems. If you're on Plusnet, tethering does not work on this phone. You need to root it and do some black magic on it... So I don't. Reception and clarity of phone calls is great. 4G works very well. Camera is adequate. Compared to my old Moto Grand it is not great. If you are after professional photos, look somewhere else.
As the phone was sold directly by Doogee on Amazon, the ROM was untouched and contained no malware or similar rubbish.
I bought this phone as I did not want to spend a fortune on a good spec phone. If this one lasts me 2 years like my old Moto G, I will be happy.

Hope this helps. Heat added.

Edit:
After 4 months of usage, the phone has been sent back to Amazon due to battery issues. The battery was overheating. Alarm messages were coming up stating the critical state of the battery. The phone was constantly hot. The battery struggled to get through half the day... Very sad as this was a promising phone... Fairplay to Amazon, they refunded me as soon as this phone was scanned at a collect+ return point. Service from Amazon was awesome.
Edited by: "salahwrexham" 26th Jun 2017
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When I see the name Doogee, I always read Dodgy.
No idea why, so I vote hot.
Im an iphone user, but bought one for my son, it comes with a screen protector applied and a spare one, plus a case too. Last a day easily with regular usage and really is snappy. Worth the money IMO
I'm sure I heard my wife saying she fancies 'Doogee Style'.............................................


............................ but I can't find that model at all!
decent spec, the fabled 800 band, what's not to like at this price?
+ I have a 64gb card in mine and works fine... not sure why the spec says max 32GB
Cracking phone for the money. I have had mine a for a few months now. Performance wise, it's awesome. The battery will deplete quickly on regular mode. The processor is a monster and the screen is relatively big. However, if you put it in super moderator, it will last you a day without problems. If you're on Plusnet, tethering does not work on this phone. You need to root it and do some black magic on it... So I don't. Reception and clarity of phone calls is great. 4G works very well. Camera is adequate. Compared to my old Moto Grand it is not great. If you are after professional photos, look somewhere else.
As the phone was sold directly by Doogee on Amazon, the ROM was untouched and contained no malware or similar rubbish.
I bought this phone as I did not want to spend a fortune on a good spec phone. If this one lasts me 2 years like my old Moto G, I will be happy.

Hope this helps. Heat added.

Edit:
After 4 months of usage, the phone has been sent back to Amazon due to battery issues. The battery was overheating. Alarm messages were coming up stating the critical state of the battery. The phone was constantly hot. The battery struggled to get through half the day... Very sad as this was a promising phone... Fairplay to Amazon, they refunded me as soon as this phone was scanned at a collect+ return point. Service from Amazon was awesome.
Edited by: "salahwrexham" 26th Jun 2017
reviews are pretty iffy on this phone.

been considering the wileyfox swift 2, but not sure now.
have ordered, having sent back two moto G4​'s with ghost touch issues.

Each time, I Have gone back to my Doogee pro standby phone, which still works well.
Deedie

reviews are pretty iffy on this phone.been considering the wileyfox swift … reviews are pretty iffy on this phone.been considering the wileyfox swift 2, but not sure now.



​do you have links to bad reviews?
Deedie

reviews are pretty iffy on this phone.been considering the wileyfox swift … reviews are pretty iffy on this phone.been considering the wileyfox swift 2, but not sure now.



​I wouldn't recommend Wileyfox. Specs are very average in today's competitive budget smartphone industry. I would go with a Chinese phone (I have one myself). With proper research and reading reviews, you can get excellent phones for cheap. I would recommend Xiaomi, perhaps the Mi 5 or Redmi Note 4.
Deedie

reviews are pretty iffy on this phone.been considering the wileyfox swift … reviews are pretty iffy on this phone.been considering the wileyfox swift 2, but not sure now.



​​I wouldn't recommend Wileyfox. Specs are very average in today's competitive budget smartphone industry. I would go with a Chinese phone (I have one myself). With proper research and reading reviews, you can get excellent phones for cheap.
backinstock

I'm sure I heard my wife saying she fancies 'Doogee … I'm sure I heard my wife saying she fancies 'Doogee Style'......................................................................... but I can't find that model at all!


Yawwwwwwn
It's cheaper on aliexpress or gearbest

But no Amazon warranty.....
backinstock

I'm sure I heard my wife saying she fancies 'Doogee … I'm sure I heard my wife saying she fancies 'Doogee Style'......................................................................... but I can't find that model at all!


You heard her talking to me.
mpfree

It's cheaper on aliexpress or gearbestBut no Amazon warranty.....



​how does it compare to the £111 note 4 deal?
finnmaccool

You heard her talking to me.



Hope you wasn't too wuff with her?lol
GUARANTEE: The DOOGEE F7 has a one year warranty for the phone and six months for the battery and charger. Every phone is supported through professional customer service technicians both online and in our service center in Spain. Customer satisfaction is our goal

I'm suspecting you would be better just getting Amazon involved if the phone conks out. Not a criticism as I buy all my mobiles direct from China these days with no effective warranty. Which is why I would go for the Lenovo ZUK Z2 from China for very similar money.


Heat added all the same.
Edited by: "bellboys" 1st May 2017
Looks decent enough just worried about the battery life seems quite poor, I'm looking for a newer phone but i think i might go for the lenovo p2.
£130 for Doogee + MediaTek? No thanks.
bellboys

GUARANTEE:



If you buy from DX.com, and it breaks often they just accept the return, credit your account and tell you to buy another phone. This is great as you get a better spec without extra cost and new warranty.

My experience of Samsung is twice they have not honoured warranty.
S6 - it bent like an iphone and Samsung failed to even return my phone so after 1 month I sued Samsung and they settled. Now a second S6 - the back cover came off and cracked. This is a sealed unit and should not come off. When the cover came off it fell and cracked. Samsung's response "physical damage - not covered". Yet, the phone works.
They fail to explain a why a back cover from a sealed unit (not removable cover) comes off.
Samsung are useless.

Edited by: "Common.Sense" 1st May 2017
korny2

Looks decent enough just worried about the battery life seems quite poor, … Looks decent enough just worried about the battery life seems quite poor, I'm looking for a newer phone but i think i might go for the lenovo p2.



If the battery is removable, buy a spare. The batteries in other models are poor and at 15% just switches off. The phones are fine, camera poor and battery pathetic. If just need a phone and simply browse the web then even £50 gets a decent dual sim phone.
I would 100% go for the Xiaomi Note 4 over this. Similar price range (albeit a bit of a wait for delivery), but a way better quality of handset.
tomwenn

I would 100% go for the Xiaomi Note 4 over this. Similar price range … I would 100% go for the Xiaomi Note 4 over this. Similar price range (albeit a bit of a wait for delivery), but a way better quality of handset.



Totally this. Doogee are alright as a brand, decent build quality but few OTA updates once phone is bought from my experience. Xiaomi keeps updating, has awesome build quality and same specs. Also slightly cheaper AND 64gb rom for note 4 on aliexpress:
aliexpress.com/ite…b55
Edited by: "ssimonian" 1st May 2017
Common.Sense

If you buy from DX.com, and it breaks often they just accept the return, … If you buy from DX.com, and it breaks often they just accept the return, credit your account and tell you to buy another phone. This is great as you get a better spec without extra cost and new warranty.My experience of Samsung is twice they have not honoured warranty.S6 - it bent like an iphone and Samsung failed to even return my phone so after 1 month I sued Samsung and they settled. Now a second S6 - the back cover came off and cracked. This is a sealed unit and should not come off. When the cover came off it fell and cracked. Samsung's response "physical damage - not covered". Yet, the phone works.They fail to explain a why a back cover from a sealed unit (not removable cover) comes off.Samsung are useless.



They use a third party warranty repair service, complete and utter shysters. They will do anything to get out of their obligations, that is why I would never buy a Samsung phone.

I had a Samsung Tab2 S, the battery ballooned inside the sealed unit and the back cover just became bigger and bigger. Their response, customer damage. How? Idiots, only when I threatened to sue them and got their CEO involved they repaired, although any decent company would have replaced it as it was only three months old.

I take an iPhone in for a repair three years after I purchased from them, tested found a minor fault, replaced with a new unit (possibly refurb but came out of a sealed box), no hassle, no drama. So despite Apple getting slammed for over-pricing (to which I agree BTW), their CS is a million times better than any other manufacturer out there, bar none.
mpfree

It's cheaper on aliexpress or gearbest But no Amazon warranty.....


bellboys

...I'm suspecting you would be better just getting Amazon involved if the … ...I'm suspecting you would be better just getting Amazon involved if the phone conks out. Not a criticism as I buy all my mobiles direct from China these days with no effective warranty....


Probably best to purchase from Gearbest paying directly by UK credit source to benefit from s75 protection. If anything goes pearshaped, don't bother with the supplier, go striaght to the UK credit provider who is "jointly and severally" obligated to service whatever warranty obligation was stated by vendor at point of sale.
Legislation interpretation at moneysavingexpert.com/sho…ses ; actual legislation at legislation.gov.uk/ukp…/75
ssimonian

Totally this. Doogee are alright as a brand, decent build quality but few … Totally this. Doogee are alright as a brand, decent build quality but few OTA updates once phone is bought from my experience. Xiaomi keeps updating, has awesome build quality and same specs. Also slightly cheaper AND 64gb rom for note 4 on aliexpress:https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Original-Xiaomi-Redmi-Note-4-Mobile-Phone-MTK-Helio-X20-Deca-Core-5-5-inch-OLED/32721716490.html?spm=2114.01010208.3.12.3rG1gN&ws_ab_test=searchweb0_0,searchweb201602_2_10152_10065_10151_10068_10130_10136_10137_10157_10060_10138_10155_10062_10156_10154_10056_10055_10054_10059_10099_10103_10102_10096_10052_10053_10142_10107_10050_10051_10084_10083_10119_10080_10082_10081_10110_10111_10112_10113_10114_10179_10181_10182_10078_10079_10073_10070_10123_10120-10051,searchweb201603_1,ppcSwitch_5&btsid=0794585b-7d46-432e-a7bc-32b284e4ff97&algo_expid=99a67c8d-34b5-4269-89e6-095999616b55-1&algo_pvid=99a67c8d-34b5-4269-89e6-095999616b55


Silly question. Is the Helio inferior to the Qualcomms?
DODGEE i reckon
finnmaccool

Silly question. Is the Helio inferior to the Qualcomms?



Depends which chips you compare but in cpu's flagship against flagship Qualcomm wins hands down. However the Helio cpu's are good for midrange phones, and good performance from what I have seen in the note 4.
tpol

They use a third party warranty repair service, complete and utter … They use a third party warranty repair service, complete and utter shysters. They will do anything to get out of their obligations, that is why I would never buy a Samsung phone.I had a Samsung Tab2 S, the battery ballooned inside the sealed unit and the back cover just became bigger and bigger. Their response, customer damage. How? Idiots, only when I threatened to sue them and got their CEO involved they repaired, although any decent company would have replaced it as it was only three months old.I take an iPhone in for a repair three years after I purchased from them, tested found a minor fault, replaced with a new unit (possibly refurb but came out of a sealed box), no hassle, no drama. So despite Apple getting slammed for over-pricing (to which I agree BTW), their CS is a million times better than any other manufacturer out there, bar none.



​bought an iPad from John Lewis. has sound issue. took it to Apple store for help and got none. took it to John Lewis and they swapped it for new with out even turning it on!

So John Lewis > Apple customer service
tpol

I had a Samsung Tab2 S, the battery ballooned inside the sealed unit and … I had a Samsung Tab2 S, the battery ballooned inside the sealed unit and the back cover just became bigger and bigger. Their response, customer damage. How? Idiots, only when I threatened to sue them and got their CEO involved they repaired, although any decent company would have replaced it as it was only three months old.I take an iPhone in for a repair three years after I purchased from them, tested found a minor fault, replaced with a new unit (possibly refurb but came out of a sealed box), no hassle, no drama. So despite Apple getting slammed for over-pricing (to which I agree BTW), their CS is a million times better than any other manufacturer out there, bar none.



Yes, this is ANOVO for you. Default is "physical damage not covered."

The CEO office, in my case remains useless. They refused to do anything. I them filed a case in the small claims court and Samsung's external solicitors settled. I racked up their solicitor costs to teach them a lesson. They cannot claim solicitor costs in the small claims court! Why would any company spend £2000 for a barrister to attend a small claims court when it is cheaper to settle? Always sue with MCOL.

In my case I suspect the battery over heats, expands and pushes the back cover off - the glue fails.
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 1st May 2017
salahwrexham

...If you're on Plusnet, tethering does not work on this phone. You need … ...If you're on Plusnet, tethering does not work on this phone. You need to root it and do some black magic on it... So I don't.


No root required to tether OK via wifi, cable and bluetooth on Plusnet via Foxfi app. That's on a Doogee X5 Pro running Marshmallow; no obvious reason not to think wouldn't also function OK on the F7.
play.google.com/sto…ils?id=com.foxfi
play.google.com/sto…key
AndyRoyd

No root required to tether OK via wifi, cable and bluetooth on Plusnet … No root required to tether OK via wifi, cable and bluetooth on Plusnet via Foxfi app. That's on a Doogee X5 Pro running Marshmallow; no obvious reason not to think wouldn't also function OK on the F7. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.foxfihttps://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.foxfi.key


Cheers. I'll give it a try.
I'd suggest scanning any doogee phone with malwarebytes before actually using it, cheap chinese brands such as this are usually riddled with malware that are installed at the core, needs the phone rooting to try and remove them, thus voiding your warranty.

read some of the reviews on amazon for doogee, cubot, leagoo and see how many infected phones there are.
AndyRoyd

No root required to tether OK via wifi, cable and bluetooth on Plusnet … No root required to tether OK via wifi, cable and bluetooth on Plusnet via Foxfi app. That's on a Doogee X5 Pro running Marshmallow; no obvious reason not to think wouldn't also function OK on the F7. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.foxfihttps://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.foxfi.key


Hi, I tried it.... Not working....Worth a try.... Thanks anyway.
Deedie

reviews are pretty iffy on this phone.been considering the wileyfox swift … reviews are pretty iffy on this phone.been considering the wileyfox swift 2, but not sure now.



​Wileyfox swift 2 is stupendous for the price. Forget sitting in a dark room and jacking off to phone specs, read reviews and ask owners. This is a British start up. The phones have a two year warranty. For £15 extra you can buy a card which lets you replace the screen for any reason in year 1. The phones are built very well. They have just had the latest android update, which you wouldnt even get on 1 yr old top of the line phones..... The list goes on.
Was £80 on Aliexpress 2 months ago i **** you not. Still better for Amazon's warranty
danielrosenthal

I wouldn't recommend Wileyfox. Specs are very average in today's … I wouldn't recommend Wileyfox. Specs are very average in today's competitive budget smartphone industry. I would go with a Chinese phone (I have one myself). With proper research and reading reviews, you can get excellent phones for cheap. I would recommend Xiaomi, perhaps the Mi 5 or Redmi Note 4.



Gearbest currently doing the Xiaomi Redmi 4X 4G Smartphone for under £100.
I'm not sure I trust these Chinese sites. Although I bought a Chinese phone, I bought it through Amazon. But most people don't have a problem with these sites, only problem is slow delivery as it comes from China....
backinstock

I'm sure I heard my wife saying she fancies 'Doogee … I'm sure I heard my wife saying she fancies 'Doogee Style'......................................................................... but I can't find that model at all!



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