New IP68 Water DOOGEE S60 Lite Wireless Charge 5580mAh 12V2A Quick Charge 5.2'' FHD MT6750T Octa Core 4GB 32GB Smartphone 16.0MP - £129.78 @ Ali Express (Doogee Official Store)
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New IP68 Water DOOGEE S60 Lite Wireless Charge 5580mAh 12V2A Quick Charge 5.2'' FHD MT6750T Octa Core 4GB 32GB Smartphone 16.0MP - £129.78 @ Ali Express (Doogee Official Store)

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Found 18th May
It seems a great spec for a rugged phone at under £130. I've had lots of Xiaomi phones and been really happy with them but never seen one by this brand. Does anyone have experience of them they can share?
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I had the Doogee F7. You could not use the hotspot functin on an EE sim. The battery went crazy hot and alarm was ringing all the way as it was overheating.
Could not get any cases or screen for it at the time, only univeral stuff. My advise is to sitick to Xiaomi.

I did not vote either way.

Addendum:
Sorry I forgot to mention the camera. It was really poor despite oozing megapixels. The quality was comparable to a desktop webcam when the sun was out. You had no chance in poor lighting conditions.
Edited by: "salahwrexham" 19th May
salahwrexham15 m ago

I had the Doogee F7. You could not use the hotspot functin onan EE sim. …I had the Doogee F7. You could not use the hotspot functin onan EE sim. The battery went crazy hot and alarm was ringing all the way as it was overheating.Could not get any cases or screen for it at the time, onoy univeral stuff. My advise is to sitick to Xiaomi.I did not vote either way.


Thanks, helpful. I will give it a miss. Shame Xiaomi don't do a rugged phone. my dad is on his 3rd phone of 2018 already! He had a rugged phone a few years ago and that lasted a few years so I need to find him another but want finger print reader and NFC
Had a Doogee X5 Pro 2GB/16GB at £40, which worked quite well for me.
Mine was unable to upgrade to later Android but subsequent production batches could upgrade.
Began to expect more from my mobiles but good intro as my first Android.
Other Doogees sufferred from malware in firmware or on upgrade, malware in new firmware. Ads popping up after install about month later.
Only way to stop it, was a firewall but operating the other way round, to stop apps&malware on mobile contacting out.
But, mine was unable to update, hence, was fine, sort of.
Perhaps, Doogee have changed.
For the price, this phone could be good, but my most recent Doogee phone (X7 Pro) lagged badly.
I also had the X5 which was really good, but I'm thinking that Doogee phones are all a bit pants these days, which makes it hard to justify spending this sort of money on one.
I picked up a Blackview 4G Rugged Mobile Phone, BV7000 from Amazon, last November, for my daughter (who previously destroyed 2 previous phones, one of them Doogee - that wasn't very good). The BV7000 has survived 2 drops without a scratch it cost £112 in the sale, it has NFC and Finger scanner, and it plays Minecraft etc unlike her old Doogee.
I went through a phase of looking at "rugged phones" for boyf as he's very heavy handed (usually he goes through a few tempered glass protectors, his phones end up scuffed, etc).

Ultimately I decided to go for performance over toughness and went for a Xiaomi MiA1 (64GB) with a glass screen protector and this "clip together" front and back case. Fingers crossed, it's still in one piece two months later.

...though he has nearly "left it behind" a few times - I joke that I should buy him a Lanyard, and make him wear his phone round his neck!!
i finally opened it today it was a dress , you order a £45 Amoled lcd
could yet only to be replaced never I never ordered dresD
see and the vendor was insisting he see the correct order!!

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