The Doogee Keeper is Doogee’s first wearable, coming soon in August

Doogee, just a few days after revealing details of their upcoming flagship device, are now back providing us with new information on their newest device, the Doogee Keeper. The Doogee Keeper will be Doogee’s first foray into the smartwatch /smart wearable market, and from the details they’ve given us we’d say it’s look pretty good as far as Doogee’s new devices go.

The Keeper will come equipped with IP68 water and dust resistance just like any other wearable in recent memory. Along with that, the device also gets a sim card slot to make and receive calls, Bluetooth to sync messages, contacts, app notifications and the like from your smartphone, 512MB RAM, 4GB of internal storage (expandable), support for 2G/3G networks and a 600mAh battery which is advertised to deliver 5 – 7 days of battery life.

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Aside from that, the Keeper also comes with an array of sensors, including a motion sensor that allows you to unlock the smartwatch with a flick of the wrist. Other sensors include a heart rate monitor, pedometer, barometer, alimeter, wifi support and a GPS navigator. On top of that, the device also gets an embedded 5MP camera and a speaker. Doogee has yet to reveal the price of this device, so take a guess and share it in the comments below.

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  1. Aftab Ashraf
    July 9, 2015

    I think the price range will be between 50$ to 60$. Doogee know how to balance price and features. Their phones are also cheaper than the competition

    • Adam Irvine
      July 9, 2015

      Mainly because their phones are cr@p…

  2. realjjj
    July 9, 2015

    Would be really hard to make a worse product than this.
    They need to drop the design, the buttons, the camera , the modem/sim and the microSD. It’s scary how they think ,the fact that they are making a tiny smartphone.

    • Adam Irvine
      July 9, 2015

      I totaly agree with you! Why cram all that crap into it!

      I wish we had cheap Android Wear OS smart watches from China… 🙁

      • Mesterio
        July 10, 2015

        I feel your pain. ZeaPlus DM360 is looking pretty good but let’s see what no1 sun S2 is like ?

  3. July 9, 2015

    The images were ripped directly from Omate’s website. I wouldn’t be surprised if they kanged my work as well.

    • A.R. Kolleman
      July 10, 2015

      I’m surprised nobody noticed this to… If it’s near the quality of Omate I would highly recommend NOT to buy this watch. Because the Omate was absolute shit!!! Not water proof and not even a day worth of battery… Shit touchscreen, bad communication between any device but himself, and so forth and so forth…

  4. alan4195
    July 10, 2015

    Granted, cameras on smart watches are pointless. But if you’re gonna do it anyway, why on earth would you place it on the side?

  5. Mesterio
    July 10, 2015

    I would guestimate $120 thereabouts ?