Friday, June 3, 2016

Doogee X5 Android Smartphone with MediaTek MT6580 Quad-Core CPU

Dual-SIM handsets continue to invade the global market. Most of these are manufactured by Chinese mobile industry giants based in mainland China. And these brands continue to rise in different corner of the globe. And here comes the Doogee X5 series. Another Android 5.1 (Lollipop) smartphone powered by MediaTek's quad-core chip.

For less than $100, Doogee X5 is another cost-effective handset for budget-sensitive buyer. This model will probably hit the market under a different name just like of other China-made generic phones. However, having a dual-SIM feature will remind us of its root from Asian global manufacturer. And that price is good enough to experience the newest Android platform in a low-cost device.

For more about Doogee X5, see the following specs below:

Operating SystemAndroid 5.1 (Lollipop)
CPUMediaTek Cortex-A7 MT6580 (quad-core) at 1.3GHz
Memory1GB LPDDR3
Storage8GB (Flash) eMMC with up to 32GB of extended flash storage support
Screen Size5-inch with 4:3 aspect ratio
Display/Resolution1280 x 720-pixel IPS multi-touch
Camera5-megapixel (rear-facing), 2-megapixel (front-facing)
Graphic CardMali 400 MP4
Supported PortsMicro USB 3.0, Standard 3.5-mm Headset Jack
Connectivity802.11b/g/n WiFi, 3G Support, Bluetooth 4.0
Body Dimension17 x 11 x 6-millimeter
ColorElegant black or white models
Battery2400mAh Lithium-Ion
OthersDual-SIM, AGPS support

The entire package of Doogee X5 shows an elegant style for black and white variants. Aside from having a dual-SIM support and underlying quad-core technology, there is no words for 4G support. And its 2400mAh battery capacity may less powerful to sustain its operation for non-stop video playback.

In addition, it is less powerful compared to my previously added Chinese brand, the Xiaomi Note 2 Standard, an octa-core powered handset with 2GB of LPDDR memory.



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