Doogee have released details of the Doogee Turbo Mini F1, a sub $130 phone with LTE and 64 bit Mediatek processor.
Doogee have released details of their first LTE smartphone, along with the annoucement of the the launch of their new ‘F’ range of phones. Previous Doogee devices adopted the ‘DG’ name, but this latest phone comes under the new ‘F’ range. DOOGEE say this is because of ‘fast’ 4G LTE .
The Doogee Turbo Mini F1 is already creating quite a stir as the phone will cost below $130 internationally and manages to use a 64bit MT6732 processor with native LTE support. We’ve seen other low-cost LTE phones before but most have gone for a MT6582 with MT6290 chipset, based on older 32Bit architecture.
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According to the official specs the Mini F1 will support FDD-LTE Band 800/1800/2100/2600MHz （B1:2100，B3:1800，B7:2600，B20:800MHz）and WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100MHz, meaning that it could work in North America along with most European countries. This is actually quite a big step for DOOGEE and we ought to see other Chinese brands offering similar frequency support.
Other specification details include a 4.5-inch display, Mediatek Hot Knot and a BAK battery for longer battery life.
At such a lower price we do see just 1GB RAM and a qHD display, but the Mini F1 is sure to prove popular for users wanting an affordable LTE phone with good network support.
We’ll bring more details as we get them.
[ Doogee.cc ]