Doogee have switched things up recently with their Flag F7 and P1 Projector, but they are still making budget phones too and their newest is the Doogee Y300.
Costing $129.99, the Doogee Y300 is priced similar to rival phones and like many similar models comes with a quad-core MT6735 chipset, 2GB RAM, 5-inch display etc, but a few nice touches have been added to help it stand out.
For starters the budget phone comes with 32GB internal memory as standard which is double what most similar priced phones come with. There is also Android 6.0 out of the box, a 2.5D curved display and USB OTG features.
Doogee have also opted for an 8 mega-pixel Sony IMX219 rear camera and 5 mega-pixel OV front camera.
The phone can also accept micro SD cards, dual SIMs and is compatible with FDD LTE bands 800/1800/2100/2600.
The Doogee Y300 is on sale now though resellers at $129.99, but you should also expect to see the phone in stores across Europe later in the year too.