Early photos and details of the next generation of Doogee Valencia are in, can Doogee replicate their early success with this latest device?
Back in early 2014, Doogee launched one of their most successful phones to date. That device was the Doogee DG800 Valencia, or for us, just Doogee Valencia. People with good memory will remember the phone had good specs for the time and price: MTK6582 CPU, 4.7-inches qHD screen, 1GB Ram and 8GB Rom, and was one of the original “super-cheap” quad core devices of 2014 (today can be found for 99U$).
Now in an era of 64-bit phones, the specc of the early Doogee Valencia are considered old, so it’s the perfect time for a new Valencia!
According to Doogee the new Valencia, named the Valencia 2 Y100 Pro, will “change your opinion of how a smartphone should look”. Claiming a “seamless design” and “exquisite craftsmanship”, Doogee their newest creation to really make an impact.
From the picture the Doogee appears be made of metal, but the specs simple say a textrued finish leading us to believe it will be plastic. The overall style is quite pleasing with nice rounded corners and smooth edges, the Valencia 2 certainly looks the part.
Doogee haven’t shared every detail of the Valencia 2 yet, but have confirmed it will come with a 5-inch HD display, 2200mAh battery, 2GB RAM and 13 mega-pixel Sony rear camera with improved night mode shooting. The MT6735 SoC is a variant of the MT6732 processor with the addition of World Mode support for LTE.
Our opinion is that if Doogee can keep the cost to around $150 then they could have a very succesful phone in their range, but we will have to wait and see. What do you think of the latest Doogee?