DOOGEE X5 Pro 5-inch 4G LTE Android 5.1 MTK6735 64Bit Quad-core Smartphone - £49.71 with code XMAS06 @ Banggood (UK Warehouse)
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DOOGEE X5 Pro 5-inch 4G LTE Android 5.1 MTK6735 64Bit Quad-core Smartphone - £49.71 with code XMAS06 @ Banggood (UK Warehouse)

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Found 5th Nov 2015
Price has gone up slightly. Now £50.82 with code XMAS06

Available with black or white back. Great phone spec for the money, with the added bonus in that it's UK stock & therefore you won't be waiting weeks for it to arrive!

Be sure to use XMAS06 for 6% off, bringing it down to £49.71.

May also get 6% quidco / tcb, but not sure if this works for the EU Banggood site

Description:

DOOGEE X5 Pro is 5" 2GB RAM and 16GB ROM Quad-core Smartphone, Features 5" HD 1280*720 IPS touch screen. Built in MTK6735 1.0GHz 64Bit quad-core processor. It is equipped with dual cameras: 2.0MP front camera and 5.0MP rear camera. It supports Smart gestures, Wake Gesture, OTG, and also with multi-languages.

Basic Information
Model DOOGEE X5 Pro
Band
2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
3G: WCDMA 900/2100MHz
4G: FDD-LTE 800/900/1800/2100/2600MHz
Sim Card Dual SIM Card Dual Standby, Ordinary SIM
Style Bar
Color Black, White

System
OS Android 5.1
CPU MTK6735 1.0GHz 64Bit Quad-core Processor
ROM 16GB (Available Memory is about 12GB)
RAM 2GB
Card Extend Support TF card up to 32GB extended

Screen
Display Size 5 Inch
Type IPS HD touch screen
Resolution 1280*720 pixels

Support Format
Ringtones Type Polyphonic/mp3/wav/mid/acc/asf
Audio File Format MP3/WAV/ASF/MID/ACC
Video File Format 3GP/MPEG4/MOV/AVI/FLV
Image File Format JPEG/BMP/GIF/PNG
E-book Format TXT/CHM/DOC/HTML
FM Radio Yes, earphone needed
Earphone Port 3.5mm

Data Transfer & Connectivity
Data transfer USB/Bluetooth
Mobile internet WAP/WiFi

General
Camera/Picture
Resolution Dual Cameras, Sub camera: 2.0MP(SW5.0MP) FF front camera
Main Camera: 5.0MP(SW8.0MP) AF back camera with flashlight
Language English, Spanish, Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Italiano, Afrikaans, Malay, Hrvatski, Eesti, IsiZulu, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, etc (More details please refer to the screenshots)
Message SMS/MMS
Input Handwrite/Keypad
Speaker Box speaker
3G WCDMA 3G (HSDPA 21Mbps,HSUPA 5.76Mbps)
GPS Yes, GPS (Dedicated GPS chip ), A-GPS
WIFI Yes, 802.11 b/g/n, Support Hotspot
Bluetooth Yes, BT4.0
OTG Support
Gravity Sensor Support
Light sensor Support
P-sensor Support
Smart Gestures Support, Contactless control. Direct calling. Contactless hands free mode
Wake Gesture Double tap: light the screen, Start the APP by gesture
Xender Support
Dimensions 143*72.2*8.8mm
Battery Capacity(mAh) 2400mAh battery
Charger INPUT :100-240V, OUTPUT: 5V-700mA
USB connector USB Micro 5Pin
Other Features Speaker, GPS, WIFI, FM, Bluetooth, email, Gmail, calendar, calculator, clock, camera, tethering & portable hotspot, OTG, OTA, Smart Gestures, etc



Package included

1 x DOOGEE X5 Pro Smartphone
1 x USB Cable
1 x Charger
1 x Battery
1 x manual
Note: This product will be shipped with adapter plugs for the country of the buyer.

300 Comments

That is pretty impressive for the price.

Heat added.

Ordered one from gear best. Still waiting for it to arrive. Should have waited for this!

Any cases for this you know of, thinking of for a 10 year old so need something rugged! Looking at this one at the min:

aliexpress.com/sto…tml

Would make a great xmas gift for me dad as it looks like it uses the O2 4G band. Looking for a sub £50 phone for him and it will be his first smart phone, was thinking of the Lumia 635 but he likes his betting and it is a bit sparse on some fo the apps I think he would use so a decent 4G Android at under £50 would suit him perfectly.

Unless someone can see any reason why not to get this?

Nice, +heat

Crazy price - what a find!

NEtech

Would make a great xmas gift for me dad as it looks like it uses the O2 … Would make a great xmas gift for me dad as it looks like it uses the O2 4G band. Looking for a sub £50 phone for him and it will be his first smart phone, was thinking of the Lumia 635 but he likes his betting and it is a bit sparse on some fo the apps I think he would use so a decent 4G Android at under £50 would suit him perfectly.Unless someone can see any reason why not to get this?



Thinking about getting this for the mother, also awaiting reasons not to buy

Thinking of an upgrade from my iPhone 5...hmm.

looks good for a backup, holiday, festival phone that has all smart functions and supports all uk 4g bands.

Anyone know if this will work with Three and EE. I'm not good at this stuff, thanks guys

lianne21

Anyone know if this will work with Three and EE. I'm not good at this … Anyone know if this will work with Three and EE. I'm not good at this stuff, thanks guys


It should do, its unlocked.

Qas2K9

It should do, its unlocked.



Doesn't it go by those GSM thingies though?

Review sounds decent, wonder why they omitted the led notification?

http://forum.xda-developers.com/android/general/review-doogee-x5-pro-85-best-buy-t3230576/post63476160#post63476160

review

Conclusion
Doogee X5 Pro is a smart phone which has suddenly appeared on the market and attracted a lot of attention with its surreal hardware for a good price. Its IPS display with wide visibility angles and quality rendition will allow undisturbed use in all conditions, while its work speed will satisfy all less and moderately demanding users. If you want an affordable smartphone and you can look past a few smaller cons, there is no reason to be apprehensive – you should definitely take the X5 Pro model into consideration as best buy in the lower price range!


Pros:
Good quality display
Fast response
4G LTE support
Powerful speaker

Cons:
No notification LED
Capacitive buttons unlit
No gyroscope and g-sensor
Edited by: "cf15" 5th Nov 2015

My wife's a pretty light phone user, bit of internet and some non-intensive games (solitaire etc). Currently has my old Nexus 4 but battery is going a bit these days. Would this be a reasonable replacement in terms of decent 3g n wifi connection etc? Obviously not going to play graphic intensive games but that's not her bag. Cheers

lianne21

Anyone know if this will work with Three and EE. I'm not good at this … Anyone know if this will work with Three and EE. I'm not good at this stuff, thanks guys


you can check here willmyphonework.net/

Very good for a backup phone personally, damn it take the standard SIM

Should I tick the drop shipping order box ? anybody Thanks

lianne21

Doesn't it go by those GSM thingies though?



​But you'll be fine with 3

gt1915

Very good for a backup phone personally, damn it take the standard SIM


Looking at specs on ebay it takes micro sims.

This or a 4g Moto G? I'm not too good with my smartphone knowledge

I had an older Doogee phone - Doogee DG300 , which was good ,solid, well built.
It struggled as a GPS unit at times , lagged badly with some games,but was 100% reliable....
...until I had to do a factory reset on it - which basically crippled the phone for some reason , it was under 6 months old.
Heres the pinch - Doogees after sales support was non-existent at that time ( nearly 2 years ago now ) and as a chinese brand they basically failed to recognise their own warranty...I gave up chasing them to fix my phone. Beware using 'drop-shippers' on the tech/gadget sites based in far east also , as the manufacturers will state that the drop-shipper has to honour the warranty and not them as the manufacturer , strange , but in my experience - true.

Just looking and its only 38 quid on gearbest

lianne21

Just looking and its only 38 quid on gearbest



thats the normal x5 version

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This could happen to you as well.

NEtech

Would make a great xmas gift for me dad as it looks like it uses the O2 … Would make a great xmas gift for me dad as it looks like it uses the O2 4G band. Looking for a sub £50 phone for him and it will be his first smart phone, was thinking of the Lumia 635 but he likes his betting and it is a bit sparse on some fo the apps I think he would use so a decent 4G Android at under £50 would suit him perfectly.Unless someone can see any reason why not to get this?



Android is tight on betting apps so most of the main companies can only be accessed via Web.

Probably won't get a better phone for the money though.

aden_76

Ordered one from gear best. Still waiting for it to arrive. Should have … Ordered one from gear best. Still waiting for it to arrive. Should have waited for this!



​me too

Bought, great wee phone for the money, thanks very much OP.

sorry to ask but will a normal sim fit this phone or just micro? really know nothing about this stuff

22tanya

Should I tick the drop shipping order box ? anybody Thanks



No. Generally speaking, drop shipping is where you act as a retailer, sell the product yourself, and to supply it, you order it on the company website using whatever discount you negotiated and ask them to 'drop ship' it for you, which is where they send it out for you in plain packaging with no logo or address on the invoice except whatever you specify and/or agree with them as part of your 'account' beforehand.

I had an older Doogee phone - Doogee DG300 , which was good ,solid, well built.
It struggled as a GPS unit at times , lagged badly with some games,but was 100% reliable....
...until I had to do a factory reset on it - which basically crippled the phone for some reason , it was under 6 months old.
Heres the pinch - Doogees after sales support was non-existent at that time ( nearly 2 years ago now ) and as a chinese brand they basically failed to recognise their own warranty...I gave up chasing them to fix my phone. Beware using 'drop-shippers' on the tech/gadget sites based in far east also , as the manufacturers will state that the drop-shipper has to honour the warranty and not them as the manufacturer , strange , but in my experience - true.

louisefinlay

sorry to ask but will a normal sim fit this phone or just micro? really … sorry to ask but will a normal sim fit this phone or just micro? really know nothing about this stuff



A ​micro but your SIM will snap out easily, thereby immediately converting into a micro SIM. That's assuming it's been bought within 3 years, give or take.

I had an older Doogee phone - Doogee DG300 , which was good ,solid, well built.
It struggled as a GPS unit at times , lagged badly with some games,but was 100% reliable....
...until I had to do a factory reset on it - which basically crippled the phone for some reason , it was under 6 months old.
Heres the pinch - Doogees after sales support was non-existent at that time ( nearly 2 years ago now ) and as a chinese brand they basically failed to recognise their own warranty...I gave up chasing them to fix my phone. Beware using 'drop-shippers' on the tech/gadget sites based in far east also , as the manufacturers will state that the drop-shipper has to honour the warranty and not them as the manufacturer , strange , but in my experience - true.

aden_76

Ordered one from gear best. Still waiting for it to arrive. Should have … Ordered one from gear best. Still waiting for it to arrive. Should have waited for this!


I got my one from gear best a few weeks ago...it took ages....its a good phone thou....my other half loves the phone and i got a benchmark of 19683...may be one the techs will know if thats good for the money..my oneplus one got 48624. i think its good value for money

louisefinlay

sorry to ask but will a normal sim fit this phone or just micro? really … sorry to ask but will a normal sim fit this phone or just micro? really know nothing about this stuff


I had to cut my normal sim down to fit so i think its a micro sim you need

Sorry guys but why is this site asking for payment before taking my details using paypal. Thanks

22tanya

Sorry guys but why is this site asking for payment before taking my … Sorry guys but why is this site asking for payment before taking my details using paypal. Thanks


Paypal will supply all your details once payment has been made.

If the item shipped from EU warehouse do i need to pay import duty?

What does it mean no led notification? What will it not do what I might need?

tapash

If the item shipped from EU warehouse do i need to pay import duty?



You don't pay import charges from within the EU.
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