Back at MWC we didn’t get to see a working version of the Doogee F7 with Helio X20 chipset, but the company claims that the phone is still in development and have released Antutu results.
The Doogee F7 Pro was meant to be shown at MWC, but when we met with the Doogee team in Barcelona all they had to show us was a dummy phone. Still the phone is coming to life and it will be the first flagship device from Doogee since they started making phones all those years ago.
Specs for the Doogee F7 Pro include a Mediatek Helio X20 chipset (the same as the Zopo Speed 8), 4GB RAM, 32GB internal memory and Android 6.0 out of the box. The 5.7-inch display has a 2K resolution and the rear camera is a 21 mega-pixel sensor.
So the specs are potent enough to be a flagship for early, but what about performance? Well we can’t know for sure how well the Doogee F7 Pro performs until we get one in our hands, but the company has released Antutu results showing it scored 93,476 points.
Apparently Doogee are aiming to keep the phone priced at around $200, however we’re not sure that’s going to be possible with all the bells and whistles they are promising. Perhaps instead we will see a Pro and Lite model launched instead?