DingDing launching 6 cheap phones very soon!


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DingDing is quite unquiet this month with the announce of many devices , and now we can confirm a list with 6 upcoming cheap devices from them.

While Dingding may sounds familiar in a bells department, still being a very new company, or perhaps not so relevant yet, in smartphones department. The company already has made a show-off for some of their new devices on this month. And now we’re going to list 6 new devices that are going to hit the market very soon.

Their upcoming devices goes to the low-end segment to a mid-end solutions, all going to be very cheap solutions. without further ado let’s go the devices list:

Ding Ding Sk1:

sk1

The first of our list come with entry specifications, packing the old MTK6572 1.2Ghz Dual-Core CPU aside few 512MB of Ram and 4GB of Rom. The screen is a 4.5-inches with a FWVGA (854×480) resolution and a 1500mAh battery. With such low end specs there is nothing that actually can make this an attractive device, but the greatest appeal that DingDing expects to generate with Sk1 is given by the presence of a flash LED in the front camera, the Sk1 will turn on the light even on your darkest selfies. The cameras are a 5.0MP Unit on the Back and 1.3MP sensor on the front aside the Flash light. Other features includes the off-screens gestures, a heart rate detector and “World fastest shooting mode”.

DingDing Sk3:

sk3

The second on Dingding list has a greater improvement, showing acceptable specs for the considered range. With narrow bezels design and rear mounted buttons the Sk3 get more expression. The phone runs on Quad-Core MTK6582 1.3Ghz with 1GB Ram and 8Gb of Rom Storage on a 5-inch display with qHD (960x540p) resolution and 2000mAh battery. Cameras specs lists a 13MP on the rear and 5MP on the front.

DingDing Sk3 Pro:

sk3pro

The Sk3 Pro could be considered a revamped version of Sk3 with focus on sports and health. The specs remais unchanged from the Sk3 with only the upgrade of battery for 3000mAh according to specs listing and grow up of the display to a 5.5-inches also increasing the resolution for a 720p unit. The Sk3 Pro also counts with the Heart Rate detector and the addition of Mediatek HotKnot solution.

DingDing Iron 1:

Iron1

The main purpose of DingDing with Iron series is to offer well built and resistant phones for low value, the first Iron features a MTK6582 1.3 Quad-Core with 1GB Ram and 8GB of Rom in package, a 4.5-inches panel with 854x480p resolution. This one repeats the main feature of Sk1 bringing back the  flash light on the front of device.

DingDing Iron 2:

Iron2

The Iron 2 comes to smash nuts, with a similar proposal to the Umi Hammer, claiming a strong shell and tough screen. The phone this time features more exciting specs, on top the MTK6582 with 2GB Ram and 16GB Rom, the phone also comes with a 5-inch screen with 720p resolution powered by a 2500mAh battery. Also featuring a flashlight on the front camera of 5.0MP and 13MP for the rear. The phones also comes with the HotKnot feature and will be launch in three options of colors.

DingDing Iron 3:

Iron3

The DingDing Iron 3, should be considered the cheap flagship from the company. The device has the best specs on the list and also a stylish design. The phone runs the power of the MTK6592 1.7Ghz Octa-Core aside 2GB of Ram and 16GB of on board storage, the display of 5.5-inches runs the resolution of 720p. The phone also comes with a frontal flash light for the 5.0MP camera. Other features include the heart rate detector, the HotKnot feature and the implementation of a Fingerprint Sensor on the back. The phone also claims to ship with Android 5.0 Lollipop out the box!

While the upcoming devices of DingDing may not seems the better options for the current date with the LTE 64-Bit SoCs dominating the market, some of devices in list remain decent for the less exigent users, and we have to say the flash light on the front is going to be good idea for some, even not being the first company to show something like that, would be nice to see if other companies follow those steps too (selfies are one of the most persistent hits of the moment). Everything depends now from the price range choose by the company to retail those devices.

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50 Comments

  1. balcobomber25
    April 28, 2015

    These could be the best phones in the world and I would never know it cause i won’t be able to get past the name. Seriously Ding Ding was the best you could come up with? Someone ask “What type of phone do you have”? How do you respond with a straight face “I have a Ding Ding”??

    • joe
      April 28, 2015

      You can respond by saying, “None of your fucking business.”

      • Airyl
        April 28, 2015

        That’s really just rude and uncalled for.

        • Muhammad Yasir
          April 28, 2015

          i kno right :’D

      • balcobomber25
        April 28, 2015

        Considering I am a grown adult I would never say something like that. Not to mention I live and work in Asia, where losing face is a huge deal.

    • Airyl
      April 28, 2015

      What if the user was a woman?

    • Bruce S
      April 28, 2015

      ….that’s cool – I’ve got a blueboo!

      • Airyl
        April 28, 2015

        I’ve got a Doogee.

        • balcobomber25
          April 28, 2015

          I had a Doogee. Worst mistake of my life.

        • Mesterio
          May 3, 2015

          Airyl is take it you are a doog ?

      • balcobomber25
        April 28, 2015

        Blueboo is a lot better than Ding Ding.

        • Bruce S
          April 29, 2015

          …open to debate there. My limited knowledge of the Chinese language and not seeing the actual company name in chinese characters suggests Ding Ding could mean apex (or pinnacle). Might be auspicious in Chinese but unfortunately the name gets both lost in translation and carries an accidental and “humorous” onomatopoeia with it as well.

          • balcobomber25
            April 29, 2015

            The problem is most consumers have no clue what the Chinese translation is and can only base the brand name on their native language. Go to Urban Dictionary and type in the word Ding Ding and you will see why it is far worse than Blueboo…

            • Bruce S
              April 30, 2015

              ….couldn’t resist; had to look it up. You win; Ding Ding is a shocker!

      • ruudjo
        April 28, 2015

        Hi Bruce, do you have the latest Bluboo with the large battery. Can you enlighten me about your experience.
        Ruud

        • Bruce S
          April 29, 2015

          Hi Ruud; I apologize for that; no I don’t really have a Bluboo; I was merely joking with Balcobomber about the brand names of some of these Chinese phones.

          • ruudjo
            April 30, 2015

            Hi Bruce, never mind. Do you have any idea why various suppliers with large batteries opt for the Quad processor MTK6735 instead of the MTK6752.

    • Rob
      April 28, 2015

      It could’ve been worse and been called a dong, then you would have to tell everyone you have a ‘dong’! Seriously though if these companies ever want to sell internationally they need to sort their naming out.

      • Angry Mobile Nerd
        April 28, 2015

        Kong Dong.

    • Muhammad Yasir
      April 28, 2015

      AND they don’t have any 64 bit processors !
      kinda hurts to see this promising line-up go down because the engineers were either stubborn or backward :/

    • Mik
      April 28, 2015

      I would totally buy a DingDing phone. I love the name. The brand is hilarious and I find it a shame that these are all old CPUs.

    • desponent
      April 29, 2015

      Ding ding!

  2. April 28, 2015

    I think LOL sums it up nicely 🙂

  3. balcobomber25
    April 28, 2015

    These could be the best phones in the world and I would never know it cause i won’t be able to get past the name. Seriously Ding Ding was the best you could come up with? Someone ask “What type of phone do you have”? How do you respond with a straight face “I have a Ding Ding”??

    • Guest
      April 28, 2015

      You can respond by saying, “None of your fucking business.”

    • Airyl
      April 28, 2015

      What if the user was a woman?

    • Airyl
      April 28, 2015

      That’s really just rude and uncalled for.

    • Bruce S
      April 28, 2015

      ….that’s cool – I’ve got a blueboo!

    • Airyl
      April 28, 2015

      I’ve got a Doogee.

    • Rob
      April 28, 2015

      It could’ve been worse and been called a dong, then you would have to tell everyone you have a ‘dong’! Seriously though if these companies ever want to sell internationally they need to sort their naming out.

    • Guest
      April 28, 2015

      AND they don’t have any 64 bit processors !
      kinda hurts to see this promising line-up go down because the engineers were either stubborn or backward :/

    • Guest
      April 28, 2015

      i kno right :’D

    • balcobomber25
      April 28, 2015

      Considering I am a grown adult I would never say something like that. Not to mention I live and work in Asia, where losing face is a huge deal.

    • balcobomber25
      April 28, 2015

      I had a Doogee. Worst mistake of my life.

    • balcobomber25
      April 28, 2015

      Blueboo is a lot better than Ding Ding.

    • Guest
      April 28, 2015

      I would totally buy a DingDing phone. I love the name. The brand is hilarious and I find it a shame that these are all old CPUs.

    • ruudjo
      April 28, 2015

      Hi Bruce, do you have the latest Bluboo with the large battery. Can you enlighten me about your experience.
      Ruud

    • Angry Mobile Nerd
      April 29, 2015

      Kong Dong.

    • desponent
      April 29, 2015

      Ding ding!

    • Bruce S
      April 30, 2015

      Hi Ruud; I apologize for that; no I don’t really have a Bluboo; I was merely joking with Balcobomber about the brand names of some of these Chinese phones.

    • Bruce S
      April 30, 2015

      …open to debate there. My limited knowledge of the Chinese language and not seeing the actual company name in chinese characters suggests Ding Ding could mean apex (or pinnacle). Might be auspicious in Chinese but unfortunately the name gets both lost in translation and carries an accidental and “humorous” onomatopoeia with it as well.

    • balcobomber25
      April 30, 2015

      The problem is most consumers have no clue what the Chinese translation is and can only base the brand name on their native language. Go to Urban Dictionary and type in the word Ding Ding and you will see why it is far worse than Blueboo…

    • Bruce S
      April 30, 2015

      ….couldn’t resist; had to look it up. You win; Ding Ding is a shocker!

    • ruudjo
      April 30, 2015

      Hi Bruce, never mind. Do you have any idea why various suppliers with large batteries opt for the Quad processor MTK6735 instead of the MTK6752.

    • Mesterio
      May 3, 2015

      Airyl is take it you are a doog 😁

  4. Christopher Straßer
    April 28, 2015

    I think LOL sums it up nicely 🙂

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    April 28, 2015

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    April 28, 2015

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  7. MaxPower
    April 28, 2015

    I came here to know more about this oddly named brand and reading the specs made me laugh even harder.
    Aptly named.

  8. MaxPower
    April 28, 2015

    I came here to know more about this oddly named brand and reading the specs made me laugh even harder.
    Aptly named.