Doogee Y100 Pro Review


Like Ulefone, Elephone, UMi and some other Chinese brands, Doogee too has found inspiration and is making a lot of phones all of a sudden. The mid-range market is the market to bet on for Chinese brands this year, and Doogee does that with a few phones including the new Y100 Pro.

The Y100 Pro isn’t as mid-range as some other phones, lacking a fingerprint sensor and a large display. But you’ll know by now that there is a certain dearth of decent phones with sub 5.5-inch screens, and the Y100 Pro tries to fill the gap.

It’s another one of the MT6735(P)/2GB RAM phones. Is it any good?

Doogee Y100 Pro Review: Specifications

The Doogee Y100 Pro features the following:

  • 5-inch 1280 x 720p display
  • 1GHz quad-core MediaTek MT6735P
  • 2GB RAM
  • 16GB ROM
  • Android 5.1 OS
  • 13 mega-pixel rear camera
  • 8 mega-pixel front facing camera
  • 2200mAhb battery
  • Dual SIM
  • 4G LTE

Doogee Y100 Pro Review: Design and Build

Before getting my hands on the Y100 Pro, I expected the phone to be very compact, which wasn’t to be. The device is wider than it appears in renders, but thanks to the 5-inch display, the phone is still very usable in one hand. It is perhaps the design and the fact that the phone doesn’t have the largest display that make the Y100 Pro the Chinese equivalent of the Motorola Moto G.

Thanks to a very ‘enveloping’ rear casing, the Y100 Pro has the double-edge effect we first saw on the OnePlus One. Not as pronounced, but it’s there.

The front of the Y100 Pro is covered in 2.5D curved glass, which is something you can safely call a standard for any Chinese phone that sells for over US$100-110 now. You have to admit, the phone does look more expensive than just US$120.

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The curved glass has a reassuring metal lip around it, which should come in handy if you’re prone to drops and such. The metal lip is indeed very easy to miss, especially with the curved glass on the sides. Nice touch!

The screen itself isn’t quite dark to make the phone look like a clean black slab when it’s off, a phenomenon observed on a lot of other devices.

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Right below the screen, the Doogee Y100 Pro has the set of 3 capacitive buttons including (L-R) menu (WHY! There should be a recent apps button instead), home and back.

The rest of the phone is pretty smooth and simple, with a curved back and volume/power buttons on the right edge.

Design is of course subjective, but the Y100 Pro has a very subtle one which I don’t think will get a lot of contrasting views. I’d give the simple and sleek design an 8/10.

Moving on to the build. It was earlier believed that the Y100 Pro would feature a metal rear cover akin to the HTC M8, which isn’t the case as we know. The build is, however, still very reassuring. The device isn’t unnecessarily heavy like the Oukitel U8, and isn’t lighter than you’d want it to be.

I haven’t yet managed to drop the phone, but I have a feeling the Y100 Pro will take drops well. Unless you drop the phone face-down (screen-down, rather), it should be virtually impossible to crack the screen because there’s no way the glass would be taking the impact otherwise — the edges of the screen are about 1.5mm off from the edges of the body of the phone.

Doogee Y100 Pro Review: Hardware and Performance

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The MT6735P doesn’t sound like the most powerful mid-range processor, and it surely isn’t. Performance is, in general, at par with the Oukitel U8 (review) with virtually nothing to choose from.

When MediaTek first introduced its 64-bit chipsets, phones like the Elephone P6000 impressed big time with SoCs such as the MT6732 and later, the MT6752. The P6000 has since moved on to the MT6753, and so have other MT6752 phones which really make you wonder about what MediaTek is up to. The MT6732 is certainly more potent than the MT6735P, which is ironic because phones with the latter cost just as much as the ones with the former.

In short, if I were to pick one between the MT6732 and the MT6735P, it would, without doubt, be the MT6732.

The MT6735P is very similar to the Snapdragon 400 in performance in my opinion. It just doesn’t heat up that much. The MT6732, on the other hand, was akin to the Snapdragon 600 (maybe even beyond?) in certain aspects.

2GB RAM helps the case, but one thing’s for certain; the Y100 Pro, like every other MT6735P phone that has released and will be released, isn’t made to handle games very well.

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Moving on to the hardware part. The 5-inch 720p display isn’t the most breathtaking you’ll come across, but is certainly fit to do its job. There’s no backlight bleeding/bright spots/dead pixels whatsoever, which is testament to the good quality checks that Doogee seem to have implemented (which don’t seem to apply to some other aspects of the phone).

Viewing angles are OK-ish. The screen will look extra bright at some angles, which isn’t a very uncommon occurrence

Moving on to the audio, you’ll be disappointed to know that this aspect of the phone isn’t as praiseworthy as the others. The speaker output lacks bass, and there’s ugly distortion at 100% volume.

Doogee Y100 Pro Review: Camera

Having used some other phones such as the Elife S7, LeTV Le 1 in the recent past, my expectations of a smartphone camera have naturally gone up. However, it took me a while to come to terms with the fact that the Y100 Pro is an altogether different ball game. For a US$120 phone, the Y100 Pro takes OK-ish photos. As usual, HDR helps but at the cost of unnecessary dramatization at times.

If I were asked to pick a strictly budget phone with the best camera, it would be the Redmi 1S. Which is a pity because the phone came out a year and a half back, and entry-level to mid-range phones still seem to be stuck at the same level.

Take a look at some shots taken on the Y100 Pro. Notice how it lacks proper dynamic balance.

Doogee Y100 Pro Review: Battery

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First off, let’s talk about the battery brick itself. The phone is listed to have a 2200mAh cell, which is confirmed by what’s printed on the battery shell. However, only a supremely thin sticker apart lies the truth — about the battery actually being just 1800mAh.

Doogee are clearly sourcing the 1800mAh battery from an OEM and slapping on a sticker with a rating that clearly doesn’t agree with the facts.

Chinese makers need to learn either one of these: either (i) mention the real capacity, or (ii) if they are going to lie, do it well.

You know which option you’d prefer.

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Coming to the battery life of the phone, it is pretty mediocre with around 4 hours of screen on time in general if used through one day. With a 5-inch screen you’d generally expect the battery life to be around 5 hours SoT or more. The Oukitel U8 which comes with the same SoC does a lot better in this regard.

Doogee Y100 Pro Review: Other

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Worth mentioning is the fact that the Y100 Pro features a pretty good set of antennae for reception. This includes WiFi, cell as well as GPS. (GPS is in fact brilliant).

The Android 5.1 installation on the Y100 Pro is near-stock. This is something we’re starting to see on more and more phones, especially on devices which are meant to be exported out of China. I’ve already had an OTA update, and if Doogee can continue doing that, it’d be great.

Having spoken about poor audio, I must also mention that isn’t just restricted to music and other media output, but unfortunately phone calls as well. Almost every person I talked to on the device complained about poor audio on their end (which means the mic isn’t great either). Also, there doesn’t appear to be a secondary mic for noise cancellation.

Unlike what you’d expected from the standard MediaTek MT6735, the MT6735P on the Doogee Y100 Pro means that the phone runs a 32-bit system and not a 64-bit one.

Doogee Y100 Pro Review: Conclusion

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The battery lie kept aside, the Doogee Y100 Pro is a decent phone. The audio does suck, but the device has an OK camera… and is 5-inch which according to me is the USP of this phone, along with the good build. There are quite a few aspects where the phone could get better, however. This includes the aforementioned audio output and battery life.

At US$120, the phone will have a hard to competing against devices powered by MT6753 which will soon fall to this price. US$100 is something I’d pay for a phone like this; for the US$120 that the Y100 Pro costs, the Elephone P600 looks like way better option.

I don’t know what the MT6735P costs (mustn’t be much), but manufacturers should really consider investing in the MT6752/3.

Thanks to Everbuying.net for supplying the Y100 Pro for review.

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193 Comments

  1. Yeti hand
    July 26, 2015

    Hell no

  2. MattD
    July 26, 2015

    Wait… 6735p is a 32bit chipset?! Or am i misunderstanding something?

    However, nice, straightfoward review.
    I admit i wouldn’t pick doogee even if they’d send me their flagship for free, it’s the worst chinese company i’ve seen so far: every single device they made has at least one serious problem, in this case poor audio during the conversation.
    Not to mention the lie on the battery capacity, which upset me quite a lot: just tell the damn truth if you want to be taken seriously!
    Moreover, considering screen size, resolution and chipset, it has bad battery life even for a 1800mah cell, which probably means bad sw optimization… And doogee isn’t quite famous for fixing things up with otas, if i’m not mistaking.

    As usual, there are plenty of better choices to pick up instead of doogee… I don’t understand how is possible they haven’t gone out of business yet!

    • Lazar Prodanovic
      July 27, 2015

      It’s 64 bit ARM V8 in particular this “P” variant of the SoC is mostly cut down variant (underclocked parts that didn’t fit quality control). MT6732 on the other hand is still SoC of the year.

      Doogee & they pore quality along with over & over told lies about battery quality (BAK) & capacity…

      • irebel
        July 27, 2015

        the architecture of the 6735P is 64bits but in this Y100 Pro, and for example also in the Oukitel U8 it runs on 32bits programming.

    • July 27, 2015

      Hallo! MattD can i know is the best chinese company in smartphone
      is Elephone and oukitel is this are the good once,i am from india i dont know about this companies so asking to suggest.

      • Max
        July 28, 2015

        elephone for sure isn’t one of the “good” smartphone companies. depends on what you call good, tho.
        as far as I know, the known (generally) trustable companys are BluBoo, Coolpad, Gionee, iOcean, Iuni, Jiayu, LeTV, Meizu, Mlais, OnePlus, Oppo, Oukitel, Siswoo, THL, UleFone, Vivo, Xiaomi, Zopo.
        And of course major players like Sony, HTC, LG, Samsung, Huawei, Lenovo, TCL, ZTE etc…
        although one could call Meizu and Xiaomi major players too by now.

        that doesn’t mean they only make good phones for reasonable prices or have good support or offer frequent software updates, that is another story.

        someone please correct me if I’m wrong. 🙂

    • July 28, 2015

      The 6735P is an underclocked version of the 6735, but still a chipset capable of handling 64-bit instruction sets. However, in this case (and the Oukitel U8), the system running is 32-bit.

      • MattD
        July 28, 2015

        Got it! Thanks!

  3. Freeje
    July 26, 2015

    What do you expect from a brand name that sounds dodgy?

  4. Yeti hand
    July 26, 2015

    Hell no

  5. MattD
    July 26, 2015

    Wait… 6735p is a 32bit chipset?! Or am i misunderstanding something?

    However, nice, straightfoward review.
    I admit i wouldn’t pick doogee even if they’d send me their flagship for free, it’s the worst chinese company i’ve seen so far: every single device they made has at least one serious problem, in this case poor audio during the conversation.
    Not to mention the lie on the battery capacity, which upset me quite a lot: just tell the damn truth if you want to be taken seriously!
    Moreover, considering screen size, resolution and chipset, it has bad battery life even for a 1800mah cell, which probably means bad sw optimization… And doogee isn’t quite famous for fixing things up with otas, if i’m not mistaking.

    As usual, there are plenty of better choices to pick up instead of doogee… I don’t understand how is possible they haven’t gone out of business yet!

    • Lazar Prodanovic
      July 27, 2015

      It’s 64 bit ARM V8 in particular this “P” variant of the SoC is mostly cut down variant (underclocked parts that didn’t fit quality control). MT6732 on the other hand is still SoC of the year.

      Doogee & they pore quality along with over & over told lies about battery quality (BAK) & capacity…

    • Santosh kumar
      July 27, 2015

      Hallo! MattD can i know is the best chinese company in smartphone
      is Elephone and oukitel is this are the good once,i am from india i dont know about this companies so asking to suggest.

    • irebel
      July 27, 2015

      the architecture of the 6735P is 64bits but in this Y100 Pro, and for example also in the Oukitel U8 it runs on 32bits programming.

    • Max
      July 28, 2015

      elephone for sure isn’t one of the “good” smartphone companies. depends on what you call good, tho.
      as far as I know, the known (generally) trustable companys are BluBoo, Coolpad, Gionee, iOcean, Iuni, Jiayu, LeTV, Meizu, Mlais, OnePlus, Oppo, Oukitel, Siswoo, THL, UleFone, Vivo, Xiaomi, Zopo.
      And of course major players like Sony, HTC, LG, Samsung, Huawei, Lenovo, TCL, ZTE etc…
      although one could call Meizu and Xiaomi major players too by now.

      that doesn’t mean they only make good phones for reasonable prices or have good support or offer frequent software updates, that is another story.

      someone please correct me if I’m wrong. 🙂

    • Yash Garg
      July 28, 2015

      The 6735P is an underclocked version of the 6735, but still a chipset capable of handling 64-bit instruction sets. However, in this case (and the Oukitel U8), the system running is 32-bit.

    • MattD
      July 28, 2015

      Got it! Thanks!

  6. Ruby
    July 26, 2015

    “Chinese makers need to learn either one of these: either (i) mention the real capacity, or (ii) if they are going to lie, do it well.”
    Spot on!
    I prefer they go with (I), otherwise they’ll need another person on the assembly line who’s sole job will be to erase the OEM real capacity rating before sticking that “Original Battery” sticker on.
    For $99USD, you can get a Moto E LTE (2015) on Amazon.
    While the display is smaller and has lower resolution, the Moto E beats these cheap China phones in every aspect.

    • balcobomber25
      July 27, 2015

      For around $130 you can get a Xiaomi Redmi 2 or Lenovo S8 which are both better options than the Moto E.

      • Ruby
        July 27, 2015

        Never heard of the ‘S8…both versions listed on http://www.kimovil.com/ are considerably more expensive.
        The RedMi 2 costs $30 USD more than the Moto E. Both the LTE and GSM versions of the Moto E can be ordered with next day free shipping through Amazon Prime. That sure beats waiting a month for a China phone. No doubt the RedMi 2 is a nice phone, but unfortunately is doesn’t support the right LTE bands for the US & Canada. Also , virtually no Xiaomi service centers in N.America. I use the RedMi Note 4G when I’m over in Europe for business but dread the day it will need repair. Perhaps you have better support for Xiaomi in Bangkok?

        • balcobomber25
          July 27, 2015

          1949deal sells the S8 for $143 and I have seen it even cheaper on other sites:

          http://www.1949deal.com/lenovo-golden-warrior-s8-a7600-mtk6752m-octa-core-1-5-ghz-android-5-0-smartphone-2gb-ram-8gb-rom-5-5-inch-hd-ips-screen-4g-lte-otg-white-1.html

          This site is made up of more than just people in the US. In Thailand Xiaomi just entered the market and only sells the Mi4. But I have used several Xiaomi phones over the years and only had one problem that I ever required a service center. I sent it to Xiaomi Singapore, had to pay for the parts and got the phone back in 3 days. I have also never had to wait a month for a phone from China. Using DHL you can get phones in as little as 3 days. Using regular postal mail the longest I have ever waited was 2 weeks. For me LTE isn’t as big of a deal as having a great phone, 3G is more than fast enough for what I need to do.

      • Neda
        July 27, 2015

        @balcobomber25 hi. i want to buy a phone under $300. ulefone be touch 2 is better or elephone p7000? or another phone?

        • balcobomber25
          July 27, 2015

          If my budget was $300 neither of those phones would even be considered. Actually even if my budget was around $200 those wouldn’t be on my list. The P7000 is great on paper but horrible in execution, I like the Be Touch 2 but for the money there are better phones available. What do you need/want in a phone is a better question?

          • Neda
            July 27, 2015

            thanks. i want a phone with good speed , screen , camera and battery. without lag. what’s your opinion?

            • balcobomber25
              July 27, 2015

              Honestly I would look at all of the flagships of last year. You can find them all for under $300 and they are still more than fast enough, all of them have excellent cameras and batteries and will handle everything you throw at it. They are much better in terms of performance and quality than phones like Elephone. I would look at the following:

              Xiaomi Mi4
              Meizu MX4
              One Plus One
              Oppo Find 7a
              ZTE Nubia Z7

            • Neda
              July 27, 2015

              thanks. but i want finger print too. what about ulefone be touch 2??

            • balcobomber25
              July 27, 2015

              I dont have much personal experience with the Be Touch 2, but the few people I know that do have said it is mostly good. Although they did have some issues with the software and the fingerprint scanner. I would read as many reviews as possible on it before deciding on it. It’s still kind of new though so there aren’t that many reviews.

              If your budget is around $300 I would honestly save just a little bit more and get the Meizu MX5. Gearbest has it for $329. I have been using it for the past few days and it is an excellent phone. I haven’t had a single issue yet. Other phones with fingerprint are the THL 2015 and Mlais M7. I used the 2015 and if you like the design and it has your bands it is a great phone.

            • Neda
              July 27, 2015

              really thanks for your good information. and one more question. in speed, which one is better? mx4 mx4 pro mx5

            • balcobomber25
              July 27, 2015

              In terms of benchmarks the MX4 is actually the fastest but in terms of actual day to day usage you won’t notice a difference with any of them. They are all incredibly fast.

            • Neda
              July 27, 2015

              and between mx4 pro and mx5 which one is better? i mean speed

            • balcobomber25
              July 27, 2015

              Speed wise their isn’t much separating them. Either one will offer a seamless experience. I know your looking for a definitve answer but there really isnt one. On paper (using benchmarks) we could come up with a “winner” but benchmarks tell little about actual usage.

              The major difference between the Helios X10 (MX5) and Exynos 5430 (Pro) is the X10 is a 64 bit chip, which means it can theoretically take advantage of a lot of what Android 5.0 offers. Right now 5.0 is still a work in progress and much of those features offer no clear advantage. But once all the bugs are worked out (I would say it needs another year at least) 64 bit will be a clear advantage. Any of the flagship SoC’s of the past year though are more than fast enough to handle 99% of what Android offers. What matters more is the software each one runs. Bad software can cripple the best SoC’s.

            • Neda
              July 27, 2015

              thanks. you are right. so if you want to buy one of them, will buy mx5? or mx4 pro?

            • balcobomber25
              July 27, 2015

              I currently own the MX5, I won it on the contest here. But if I didn’t own one and I was going to buy one, I would still choose the 5 for a few reasons:

              1. Helios X10 – it is a 64 bit SoC so it is future proof.
              2. Display – It has a 1080p AMOLED from Samsung, the Pro has a 2k display. 2k looks good but is uses a lot of battery.
              3. Design – the 5 is made of all metal and is both lighter and thinner.
              4. Camera – they all use the same sensor but with the 5 they updated the optics (lens) and added laser focus (which allows the camera to focus in mere milliseconds).
              5. Fast Charge – The MX5 supports fast charge. From my limited testing it takes about 10 minutes to reach 25% and about 45 minutes to reach 80%.

            • Neda
              July 27, 2015

              really thanks. i like mx5 design too. and final question. zenfone 2 ze551ml is better or mx5? i mean camera and speed. because my last phone was zenfone 2

            • balcobomber25
              July 27, 2015

              Zenfone 2 is a very good phone but it doesn’t compete with MX5 in my opinion.

            • Neda
              July 27, 2015

              many thanks. but maybe i add some budget and buy galaxy s6. what’s your opinion?

            • balcobomber25
              July 27, 2015

              My wife has it and to me it’s not worth the extra money. The camera doesnt look any better than the MX5, in fact I think the S6 is worse in low light shots. The battery is horrible on the S6 due to the fact that they have a 2k display with a 2550mAh battery (the Mx5 has 1080 with 3050mAh). A lot of the parts used in the MX5 are actually made by Samsung. Meizu and Samsung have a long standing relationship dating back to the first Meizu phone in 2007.

            • Neda
              July 27, 2015

              1.so you think mx5 is better than s6?
              2.and in ram management which one is better? s6 has how much free ram? and mx5 has how much free ram?

            • Xalis
              July 27, 2015

              MX5 is better in nearly everything but RAW CPU and GPU.
              RAM management and Samsung doesn’t belong in the same sentence.
              Free RAM is wasted RAM, your phone won’t load things slower because it has less free RAM, more RAM used means that you can change from one app to another in a second because both apps are already loaded into the RAM.

            • Neda
              July 27, 2015

              you think mx5 is better?

            • Neda
              July 27, 2015

              you think mx5 is better?

            • Neda
              July 28, 2015

              hi again. plese see these links:

              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kjE3wj7u0Mk

              and
              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_bkWwvEHSZs
              really ulefone be touch 2 has better display from mx5??:(

            • balcobomber25
              July 27, 2015

              In my opinion yes it is better, others will disagree because the S6 costs more and comes from Samsung. So many assume its a better phone.

              I have never really checked the Ram because both have 3GB which is more than enough for Android. Neither phone ever slows down and loads and switches apps instantly. Ram isn’t a problem with either.

            • Neda
              July 28, 2015

              ok thanks. because i read many things for ram problem of s6, they said many of ram is full without any app opening.

            • Neda
              July 28, 2015

              see this please: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kjE3wj7u0Mk
              and this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_bkWwvEHSZs
              really ulefone be touch 2 has better display from mx5??:(

            • balcobomber25
              July 28, 2015

              I have seen that and I haven’t had any issues with it. My display looks 100X better than what he has in that video. I doubt its accuracy actually because I have several friends who also have the MX5 and they all say the same thing, the screen is amazing.

            • Neda
              July 28, 2015

              good:) thanks. and what do you think about this?
              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zlqaUTUGt5o

              mi4 is really better??:o

            • balcobomber25
              July 28, 2015

              I think any SoC that was released in the last year is powerful enough for everything the play store has to offer. My old phone was a Mi4 and this is slightly faster but not a noticeable difference.

            • Neda
              July 28, 2015

              so you think mi4 has higher speed than mx5?

            • balcobomber25
              July 28, 2015

              just out of curiosity what do you do with your phone that you are so worried about speed?

            • Neda
              July 28, 2015

              i’m not worry, but i want to use a phone for 2-3 year. and for this reason i like the phone will be the best in speed

            • balcobomber25
              July 29, 2015

              Any phone released in the last year will easily last you 2-3 years without issues. If you plan on using it for a few years what you should be looking at is RAM not so much speed. All modern processors in flagship phones have more power than most people will ever use.

            • Neda
              July 29, 2015

              ok thanks

            • Neda
              July 28, 2015

              so mi4 has better speed? or mx5?

            • Neda
              July 28, 2015
            • balcobomber25
              July 28, 2015

              I am not even sure what this picture is trying to show. Is that a picture they took of the cat? And why does the floor look different shade of colors in both pictures? Looks kinda suspicious to me. Is this from a review?

              Here is what Android Authority says about their display in their review:

              “Here we have a 1080p AMOLED panel on the MX5. I was actually a bit shocked when they announced the device as having an AMOLED panel. But there is one here, and it does look truly amazing. Not sure it’s better than the Galaxy S6 (although that’s also a QHD display vs a FHD display here. In layman’s terms, the Galaxy S6 has much more pixels). But for media consumption, it’s definitely a great screen to be looking at for hours and hours.”

            • Neda
              July 28, 2015

              i saw this reveiw:

              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yryy-T_qphc
              then sent email to him. and ask about display of mx5. and he said display not good. and for example sent tome that photo. he said real color is in the large photo. but in the mx5 color shown incorrect and different from real color

            • Neda
              July 28, 2015

              then sent email to him. and ask about display of mx5. and he said
              display not good. and for example sent tome that photo. he said real
              color is in the large photo. but in the mx5 color shown incorrect and
              different from real color

            • balcobomber25
              July 29, 2015

              I can only go buy what i am currently looking at, and my MX5 has an incredible display. One of the best I have ever used. You have to do what you think is best but for me I love this display.

            • Neda
              July 29, 2015

              so you think that image is fake?? your phone shows color correctly??

            • balcobomber25
              July 29, 2015

              My phone shows colors correctly and several tech bloggers who I am friends with and are currently writing reviews of the MX5 also had no issues with their displays. As for the image I can’t really say one way or the other, his phone could have been defective it happens to ever brand a certain number of units dont work right.

            • Neda
              July 29, 2015

              ok. a person told me cpu of mx5 is not very good, same as on m9+ . and told mx4 cpu was good. so you think between mx4 , mx4 pro , mx5 which one has better cpu?

            • Neda
              July 30, 2015

              ok. a person told me cpu of mx5 is not very good, same as on m9+ . and
              told mx4 cpu was good. so you think between mx4 , mx4 pro , mx5 which
              one has better cpu?

            • balcobomber25
              July 30, 2015

              Read my previous response to this question. It is the same SoC used in the LeTV One which every review says it has excellent power. You are very conflicted by this phone wait a few weeks for some reviews then decide. I know of at least 5 reviews presently being conducted on this phone, one of them on this site.

            • Neda
              July 30, 2015

              friend for this question you didn’t answer and for this reason i asked again. ok thanks.

            • latin
              August 1, 2015

              Nice video!

            • balcobomber25
              July 27, 2015

              In my opinion yes it is better, others will disagree because the S6 costs more and comes from Samsung. So many assume its a better phone.

              I have never really checked the Ram because both have 3GB which is more than enough for Android. Neither phone ever slows down and loads and switches apps instantly. Ram isn’t a problem with either.

            • Xalis
              July 27, 2015

              You need to stop worrying about “speed” you will not face “speed” problems with flagships, hell it’s hard to face slowdows with the current line of budget phones from MediaTek.

              What you need to worry about the MX5 and MX4 Pro, is that they run a HEAVILY modified Android skin, that can drive you nuts or you can love it, just take this into account: Meizu has only 1 navigation button, not the normal 3 every android phone has, that alone is enough for several people to hate their Meizu phones if they didn’t do a little research about Flyme before buying a Meizu.

              That said I would go with the MX5 since it kinds of address the no navigation buttons “issue”

            • Neda
              July 27, 2015

              thanks so much. oh! i didn’t pay attention to button! so it has not even back button! it’s same as iphone? yes?

        • Xalis
          July 27, 2015

          Xiaomi Mi4 goes for $230, and it’s better than those two be a long long shot, also the One Plus One goes for $300 if you really want a 5.5″ and the Meizu MX4 also goes for $300.

          • Neda
            July 27, 2015

            thanks. i will save money more and get the meizu mx5:)

          • Wall Will
            August 1, 2015

            agree , xiaomi , meizu , umi , ulefone , huawei will be my choice ….

  7. cul8
    July 27, 2015

    thanks to Yash,I’ll no buy this phone…because of the lies abuot battery and SoC…and because a phone with a unuseful audio is not a phone!!n

  8. Lars
    July 27, 2015

    They should be sued for lying about the battery capacity … what a fraud. Another phone that looked good on paper and renders, but ends up being nothing but a scam. Another brand that no longer needs my attention.

  9. Guest
    July 27, 2015

    What do you expect from a brand name that sounds dodgy?

  10. Evgenij Nebotov
    July 27, 2015

    guess doogee f3 will be even worse in the battery department. same lie, but full hd screen – sad.

    • balcobomber25
      July 27, 2015

      That’s if the F3 even uses a FHD screen, at this point anything is possible with this brand.

    • Muhammad Yasir
      July 27, 2015

      HAHAH!

  11. Ruby
    July 27, 2015

    “Chinese makers need to learn either one of these: either (i) mention the real capacity, or (ii) if they are going to lie, do it well.”
    Spot on!
    I prefer they go with (I), otherwise they’ll need another person on the assembly line who’s sole job will be to erase the OEM real capacity rating before sticking that “Original Battery” sticker on.
    For $99USD, you can get a Moto E LTE (2015) on Amazon.
    While the display is smaller and has lower resolution, the Moto E beats these cheap China phones in every aspect.

    • balcobomber25
      July 27, 2015

      For around $130 you can get a Xiaomi Redmi 2 or Lenovo S8 which are both better options than the Moto E.

    • Ruby
      July 27, 2015

      Never heard of the ‘S8…both versions listed on http://www.kimovil.com/ are considerably more expensive.
      The RedMi 2 costs $30 USD more than the Moto E. Both the LTE and GSM versions of the Moto E can be ordered with next day free shipping through Amazon Prime. That sure beats waiting a month for a China phone. No doubt the RedMi 2 is a nice phone, but unfortunately is doesn’t support the right LTE bands for the US & Canada. Also , virtually no Xiaomi service centers in N.America. I use the RedMi Note 4G when I’m over in Europe for business but dread the day it will need repair. Perhaps you have better support for Xiaomi in Bangkok?

    • Neda
      July 27, 2015

      @balcobomber25 hi. i want to buy a phone under $300. ulefone be touch 2 is better or elephone p7000? or another phone?

    • balcobomber25
      July 27, 2015

      If my budget was $300 neither of those phones would even be considered. Actually even if my budget was around $200 those wouldn’t be on my list. The P7000 is great on paper but horrible in execution, I like the Be Touch 2 but for the money there are better phones available. What do you need/want in a phone is a better question?

    • balcobomber25
      July 27, 2015

      1949deal sells the S8 for $143 and I have seen it even cheaper on other sites:

      http://www.1949deal.com/lenovo-golden-warrior-s8-a7600-mtk6752m-octa-core-1-5-ghz-android-5-0-smartphone-2gb-ram-8gb-rom-5-5-inch-hd-ips-screen-4g-lte-otg-white-1.html

      This site is made up of more than just people in the US. In Thailand Xiaomi just entered the market and only sells the Mi4. But I have used several Xiaomi phones over the years and only had one problem that I ever required a service center. I sent it to Xiaomi Singapore, had to pay for the parts and got the phone back in 3 days. I have also never had to wait a month for a phone from China. Using DHL you can get phones in as little as 3 days. Using regular postal mail the longest I have ever waited was 2 weeks. For me LTE isn’t as big of a deal as having a great phone, 3G is more than fast enough for what I need to do.

    • Neda
      July 27, 2015

      thanks. i want a phone with good speed , screen , camera and battery. without lag. what’s your opinion?

    • balcobomber25
      July 27, 2015

      Honestly I would look at all of the flagships of last year. You can find them all for under $300 and they are still more than fast enough, all of them have excellent cameras and batteries and will handle everything you throw at it. They are much better in terms of performance and quality than phones like Elephone. I would look at the following:

      Xiaomi Mi4
      Meizu MX4
      One Plus One
      Oppo Find 7a
      ZTE Nubia Z7

    • Neda
      July 27, 2015

      thanks. but i want finger print too. what about ulefone be touch 2??

    • balcobomber25
      July 27, 2015

      I dont have much personal experience with the Be Touch 2, but the few people I know that do have said it is mostly good. Although they did have some issues with the software and the fingerprint scanner. I would read as many reviews as possible on it before deciding on it. It’s still kind of new though so there aren’t that many reviews.

      If your budget is around $300 I would honestly save just a little bit more and get the Meizu MX5. Gearbest has it for $329. I have been using it for the past few days and it is an excellent phone. I haven’t had a single issue yet. Other phones with fingerprint are the THL 2015 and Mlais M7. I used the 2015 and if you like the design and it has your bands it is a great phone.

    • Neda
      July 27, 2015

      really thanks for your good information. and one more question. in speed, which one is better? mx4 mx4 pro mx5

    • balcobomber25
      July 27, 2015

      In terms of benchmarks the MX4 is actually the fastest but in terms of actual day to day usage you won’t notice a difference with any of them. They are all incredibly fast.

    • Neda
      July 27, 2015

      and between mx4 pro and mx5 which one is better? i mean speed

    • balcobomber25
      July 27, 2015

      Speed wise their isn’t much separating them. Either one will offer a seamless experience. I know your looking for a definitve answer but there really isnt one. On paper (using benchmarks) we could come up with a “winner” but benchmarks tell little about actual usage.

      The major difference between the Helios X10 (MX5) and Exynos 5430 (Pro) is the X10 is a 64 bit chip, which means it can theoretically take advantage of a lot of what Android 5.0 offers. Right now 5.0 is still a work in progress and much of those features offer no clear advantage. But once all the bugs are worked out (I would say it needs another year at least) 64 bit will be a clear advantage. Any of the flagship SoC’s of the past year though are more than fast enough to handle 99% of what Android offers. What matters more is the software each one runs. Bad software can cripple the best SoC’s.

    • Neda
      July 27, 2015

      thanks. you are right. so if you want to buy one of them, will buy mx5? or mx4 pro?

    • balcobomber25
      July 27, 2015

      I currently own the MX5, I won it on the contest here. But if I didn’t own one and I was going to buy one, I would still choose the 5 for a few reasons:

      1. Helios X10 – it is a 64 bit SoC so it is future proof.
      2. Display – It has a 1080p AMOLED from Samsung, the Pro has a 2k display. 2k looks good but is uses a lot of battery.
      3. Design – the 5 is made of all metal and is both lighter and thinner.
      4. Camera – they all use the same sensor but with the 5 they updated the optics (lens) and added laser focus (which allows the camera to focus in mere milliseconds).
      5. Fast Charge – The MX5 supports fast charge. From my limited testing it takes about 10 minutes to reach 25% and about 45 minutes to reach 80%.

    • Guest
      July 27, 2015

      Xiaomi Mi4 goes for $230, and it’s better than those two be a long long shot, also the One Plus One goes for $300 if you really want a 5.5″ and the Meizu MX4 also goes for $300.

    • Neda
      July 27, 2015

      really thanks. i like mx5 design too. and final question. zenfone 2 ze551ml is better or mx5? i mean camera and speed. because my last phone was zenfone 2

    • Guest
      July 27, 2015

      You need to stop worrying about “speed” you will not face “speed” problems with flagships, hell it’s hard to face slowdows with the current line of budget phones from MediaTek.

      What you need to worry about the MX5 and MX4 Pro, is that they run a HEAVILY modified Android skin, that can drive you nuts or you can love it, just take this into account: Meizu has only 1 navigation button, not the normal 3 every android phone has, that alone is enough for several people to hate their Meizu phones if they didn’t do a little research about Flyme before buying a Meizu.

      That said I would go with the MX5 since it kinds of address the no navigation buttons “issue”

    • Neda
      July 27, 2015

      thanks. i will save money more and get the meizu mx5:)

    • Neda
      July 27, 2015

      thanks so much. oh! i didn’t pay attention to button! so it has not even back button! it’s same as iphone? yes?

    • balcobomber25
      July 27, 2015

      Zenfone 2 is a very good phone but it doesn’t compete with MX5 in my opinion.

    • Neda
      July 27, 2015

      many thanks. but maybe i add some budget and buy galaxy s6. what’s your opinion?

    • balcobomber25
      July 27, 2015

      My wife has it and to me it’s not worth the extra money. The camera doesnt look any better than the MX5, in fact I think the S6 is worse in low light shots. The battery is horrible on the S6 due to the fact that they have a 2k display with a 2550mAh battery (the Mx5 has 1080 with 3050mAh). A lot of the parts used in the MX5 are actually made by Samsung. Meizu and Samsung have a long standing relationship dating back to the first Meizu phone in 2007.

    • Neda
      July 27, 2015

      1.so you think mx5 is better than s6?
      2.and in ram management which one is better? s6 has how much free ram? and mx5 has how much free ram?

    • Guest
      July 27, 2015

      MX5 is better in nearly everything but RAW CPU and GPU.
      RAM management and Samsung doesn’t belong in the same sentence.
      Free RAM is wasted RAM, your phone won’t load things slower because it has less free RAM, more RAM used means that you can change from one app to another in a second because both apps are already loaded into the RAM.

    • Neda
      July 27, 2015

      you think mx5 is better?

    • balcobomber25
      July 28, 2015

      In my opinion yes it is better, others will disagree because the S6 costs more and comes from Samsung. So many assume its a better phone.

      I have never really checked the Ram because both have 3GB which is more than enough for Android. Neither phone ever slows down and loads and switches apps instantly. Ram isn’t a problem with either.

    • Neda
      July 28, 2015

      ok thanks. because i read many things for ram problem of s6, they said many of ram is full without any app opening.

    • Neda
      July 28, 2015

      see this please:

    • Neda
      July 28, 2015

      and this:

    • Neda
      July 28, 2015

      really ulefone be touch 2 has better display from mx5??:(

    • Neda
      July 28, 2015

      hi again. plese see these links:

    • Neda
      July 28, 2015

      and

    • Neda
      July 28, 2015

      really ulefone be touch 2 has better display from mx5??:(

    • balcobomber25
      July 28, 2015

      I have seen that and I haven’t had any issues with it. My display looks 100X better than what he has in that video. I doubt its accuracy actually because I have several friends who also have the MX5 and they all say the same thing, the screen is amazing.

    • Neda
      July 28, 2015

      good:) thanks. and what do you think about this?

    • Neda
      July 28, 2015

      mi4 is really better??:o

    • balcobomber25
      July 28, 2015

      I think any SoC that was released in the last year is powerful enough for everything the play store has to offer. My old phone was a Mi4 and this is slightly faster but not a noticeable difference.

    • Neda
      July 28, 2015

      so you think mi4 has higher speed than mx5?

    • Neda
      July 28, 2015

      see this. display is not good:( incorrect color:(

    • balcobomber25
      July 28, 2015

      I am not even sure what this picture is trying to show. Is that a picture they took of the cat? And why does the floor look different shade of colors in both pictures? Looks kinda suspicious to me. Is this from a review?

      Here is what Android Authority says about their display in their review:

      “Here we have a 1080p AMOLED panel on the MX5. I was actually a bit shocked when they announced the device as having an AMOLED panel. But there is one here, and it does look truly amazing. Not sure it’s better than the Galaxy S6 (although that’s also a QHD display vs a FHD display here. In layman’s terms, the Galaxy S6 has much more pixels). But for media consumption, it’s definitely a great screen to be looking at for hours and hours.”

    • balcobomber25
      July 28, 2015

      just out of curiosity what do you do with your phone that you are so worried about speed?

    • Neda
      July 28, 2015

      i’m not worry, but i want to use a phone for 2-3 year. and for this reason i like the phone will be the best in speed

    • Neda
      July 28, 2015

      i saw this reveiw:

    • Neda
      July 28, 2015

      then sent email to him. and ask about display of mx5. and he said display not good. and for example sent tome that photo. he said real color is in the large photo. but in the mx5 color shown incorrect and different from real color

    • Neda
      July 28, 2015

      then sent email to him. and ask about display of mx5. and he said
      display not good. and for example sent tome that photo. he said real
      color is in the large photo. but in the mx5 color shown incorrect and
      different from real color

    • Neda
      July 28, 2015

      so mi4 has better speed? or mx5?

    • balcobomber25
      July 29, 2015

      I can only go buy what i am currently looking at, and my MX5 has an incredible display. One of the best I have ever used. You have to do what you think is best but for me I love this display.

    • balcobomber25
      July 29, 2015

      Any phone released in the last year will easily last you 2-3 years without issues. If you plan on using it for a few years what you should be looking at is RAM not so much speed. All modern processors in flagship phones have more power than most people will ever use.

    • Neda
      July 29, 2015

      ok thanks

    • Neda
      July 29, 2015

      so you think that image is fake?? your phone shows color correctly??

    • balcobomber25
      July 29, 2015

      My phone shows colors correctly and several tech bloggers who I am friends with and are currently writing reviews of the MX5 also had no issues with their displays. As for the image I can’t really say one way or the other, his phone could have been defective it happens to ever brand a certain number of units dont work right.

    • Neda
      July 29, 2015

      ok. a person told me cpu of mx5 is not very good, same as on m9+ . and told mx4 cpu was good. so you think between mx4 , mx4 pro , mx5 which one has better cpu?

    • Neda
      July 30, 2015

      ok. a person told me cpu of mx5 is not very good, same as on m9+ . and
      told mx4 cpu was good. so you think between mx4 , mx4 pro , mx5 which
      one has better cpu?

    • balcobomber25
      July 30, 2015

      Read my previous response to this question. It is the same SoC used in the LeTV One which every review says it has excellent power. You are very conflicted by this phone wait a few weeks for some reviews then decide. I know of at least 5 reviews presently being conducted on this phone, one of them on this site.

    • Neda
      July 30, 2015

      friend for this question you didn’t answer and for this reason i asked again. ok thanks.

    • Mengkih
      August 1, 2015

      agree , xiaomi , meizu , umi , ulefone , huawei will be my choice ….

    • latin
      August 1, 2015

      Nice video!

  12. balcobomber25
    July 27, 2015

    Shocking more lies about specs by Doogee. You would think companies like this would learn by now to either just be honest or learn how to actually lie and not be caught. Even for $120 there are much better options available.

    • Muhammad Yasir
      July 27, 2015

      its just sad … i HOPE , that somehow , these fools learn and DONT embarass themselves with all their upcoming KILLA phones !

  13. Steve B
    July 27, 2015

    7.5 seems way too generous for the camera.

    • Muhammad Yasir
      July 27, 2015

      exactly … BLEUGH !

  14. Bob Loblaw
    July 27, 2015

    nice find about the battery, doogee (sounds like dukie anyway) is on my shitlist from now.

  15. cul8
    July 27, 2015

    thanks to Yash,I’ll no buy this phone…because of the lies abuot battery and SoC…and because a phone with a unuseful audio is not a phone!!n

  16. Lars
    July 27, 2015

    They should be sued for lying about the battery capacity … what a fraud. Another phone that looked good on paper and renders, but ends up being nothing but a scam. Another brand that no longer needs my attention.

  17. Evgenij Nebotov
    July 27, 2015

    guess doogee f3 will be even worse in the battery department. same lie, but full hd screen – sad.

    • balcobomber25
      July 27, 2015

      That’s if the F3 even uses a FHD screen, at this point anything is possible with this brand.

    • Guest
      July 27, 2015

      HAHAH!

  18. balcobomber25
    July 27, 2015

    Shocking more lies about specs by Doogee. You would think companies like this would learn by now to either just be honest or learn how to actually lie and not be caught. Even for $120 there are much better options available.

    • Guest
      July 27, 2015

      its just sad … i HOPE , that somehow , these fools learn and DONT embarass themselves with all their upcoming KILLA phones !

  19. Steve B
    July 27, 2015

    7.5 seems way too generous for the camera.

    • Guest
      July 27, 2015

      exactly … BLEUGH !

  20. Bob Loblaw
    July 27, 2015

    nice find about the battery, doogee (sounds like dukie anyway) is on my shitlist from now.

  21. Tony Lee
    July 27, 2015

    maybe it’s a mistake, the battery is marked “y100”

    • July 28, 2015

      That’s a good one. I’ll check if that is indeed the cause of the issue.

      • iKosh
        July 31, 2015

        Watch out! Tony Lee and Jade Belle are seem to be doogee employees. They are defending the company in every post related to them.

  22. Jade Belle
    July 27, 2015

    I’ve heard a lot about the lie on the battery capacity these days. So I can’t wait to check it out. When I see 2200mAh printed on the battery, I was quite relieved. Seeing is believing. There must be a mistake. Keep a clear mind and make judgement by ourselves.

  23. Jade Belle
    July 27, 2015

    I’ve heard a lot about the lie on the battery capacity these days. So I can’t wait to check it out. When I see 2200mAh printed on the battery, I was quite relieved. Seeing is believing. There must be a mistake. Keep a clear mind and make judgement by ourselves.

  24. Liisess
    July 28, 2015

    maybe it’s a mistake, the battery is marked “y100”

    • Yash Garg
      July 28, 2015

      That’s a good one. I’ll check if that is indeed the cause of the issue.

    • iKosh
      July 31, 2015

      Watch out! Tony Lee and Jade Belle are seem to be doogee employees. They are defending the company in every post related to them.

  25. Carmen
    July 28, 2015

    I’ve heard a lot about the lie on the battery capacity these days. So I can’t wait to check it out. When I see 2200mAh printed on the battery, I was quite relieved. Seeing is believing. There must be a mistake. Keep a clear mind and make judgement by ourselves.

  26. Steven Fox
    July 28, 2015

    Poor audio call quality is a killer for me, how could they do that? The price is really good and they`ve put a few neat touches, but low call quality is just a big NO on any phone.

  27. Steven Fox
    July 28, 2015

    Poor audio call quality is a killer for me, how could they do that? The price is really good and they`ve put a few neat touches, but low call quality is just a big NO on any phone.

  28. Steven Fox
    July 28, 2015

    Poor audio call quality is a killer for me, how could they do that? The price is really good and they`ve put a few neat touches, but low call quality is just a big NO on any phone.

  29. tech mi
    August 1, 2015

    Another Mt6735 Phone , according to the Phonearena and GSMArena report , MT6735 have many problems ,,, sluggish , slow , and hot , it’s a bad budget phone .

  30. Wall Will
    August 1, 2015

    what is the camera , 8MP and 13MP , Is it real ? or cheated … Please be honest . and why MT6735 , i will never never …..

  31. derek connolly
    August 1, 2015

    Sorry, i live in 2015, i wan’t buy 2014 phones, 1Ghz phones please live in 2014, or 2013

  32. tech mi
    August 1, 2015

    thanks , i will never choose Mt6735 phone , slow and hot , i will save money more and get the meizu mx5 or Umi Emax , Be Touch 2 ,

  33. Captain Cook
    August 1, 2015

    oh, no. Doogee, are you kidding me? You stage a comeback on the Internet by such a piece of shit? Do you know what is happening in the wide world now? Do you know Ulefone has made phone named Ulefone Be Touch 2 packing MTK6752 with 1.7Ghz clock speed? Do you know what is 1.7Ghz? Do you know it also has a Fingerprint ID integrated into the home button like iPhone? And Sony IMX214 sensor? And 3GB RAM? And 48GB storage? And FHD display? And do you know what is a popular design nowadays? If you don’t know Ulefone Be Touch 2, at least you should know iPhone. Don’t copy Redmi any more, which is something popular three years ago.

    • tech mi
      August 1, 2015

      Yeah, Ulefone Be Touch 2 is now the best bugdet flagship now. And obviously doogee is behind the tide

      • Geek Tech
        August 1, 2015

        To Ulefone Be Touch 2 or to the rubbish Doogee Thing? I think i’ve given my answer.

    • xumo lyus
      August 1, 2015

      Sorry, Y100 pro is not flagship, don’t have Touch ID and high spec, but the price is not good.

      • martin95
        August 1, 2015

        yes ,Y100PRO don’t have Touch ID,it go out of fashion。

    • ryannick
      August 1, 2015

      I’m on your side,but i just need a good Mobile phone。

    • joesmith
      August 1, 2015

      yeap,I am agree with you, more similar with the Redmi, LOL

  34. Fabio
    August 1, 2015

    Another Mt6735 Phone , according to the Phonearena and GSMArena report , MT6735 have many problems ,,, sluggish , slow , and hot , it’s a bad budget phone .

  35. Mengkih
    August 1, 2015

    what is the camera , 8MP and 13MP , Is it real ? or cheated … Please be honest . and why MT6735 , i will never never …..

  36. derek connolly
    August 1, 2015

    Sorry, i live in 2015, i wan’t buy 2014 phones, 1Ghz phones please live in 2014, or 2013

  37. Fabio
    August 1, 2015

    thanks , i will never choose Mt6735 phone , slow and hot , i will save money more and get the meizu mx5 or Umi Emax , Be Touch 2 ,

  38. Captain Cook
    August 1, 2015

    oh, no. Doogee, are you kidding me? You stage a comeback on the Internet by such a piece of shit? Do you know what is happening in the wide world now? Do you know Ulefone has made phone named Ulefone Be Touch 2 packing MTK6752 with 1.7Ghz clock speed? Do you know what is 1.7Ghz? Do you know it also has a Fingerprint ID integrated into the home button like iPhone? And Sony IMX214 sensor? And 3GB RAM? And 48GB storage? And FHD display? And do you know what is a popular design nowadays? If you don’t know Ulefone Be Touch 2, at least you should know iPhone. Don’t copy Redmi any more, which is something popular three years ago.

    • Fabio
      August 1, 2015

      Yeah, Ulefone Be Touch 2 is now the best bugdet flagship now. And obviously doogee is behind the tide

    • Guns 'n' Vegetables
      August 1, 2015

      To Ulefone Be Touch 2 or to the rubbish Doogee Thing? I think i’ve given my answer.

    • xumo lyus
      August 1, 2015

      Sorry, Y100 pro is not flagship, don’t have Touch ID and high spec, but the price is not good.

    • PSGF1
      August 1, 2015

      I’m on your side,but i just need a good Mobile phone。

    • martin95
      August 1, 2015

      yes ,Y100PRO don’t have Touch ID,it go out of fashion。

    • joesmith
      August 1, 2015

      yeap,I am agree with you, more similar with the Redmi, LOL

  39. Booya
    August 2, 2015

    Doogee … you did it again …. first off, a fake 2,200 mAh battery.
    Secondly, i find it funny no one realizes its a fake camera too … see the review by For Kingzone N5 … https://www.gizchina.com/2015/07/31/kingzone-n5-mt6735p-but-with-a-5-inch-screen/

    To be exact … see this … http://a.disquscdn.com/uploads/mediaembed/images/2338/3157/original.jpg

    6735P just doesn’t support 13MPx camera. End of story. Need to boycott doogee!!

  40. Guest
    August 2, 2015

    Doogee … you did it again …. first off, a fake 2,200 mAh battery.
    Secondly, i find it funny no one realizes its a fake camera too … see the review by For Kingzone N5 … http://www.gizchina.com/2015/07/31/kingzone-n5-mt6735p-but-with-a-5-inch-screen/

    To be exact … see this …

  41. Guest
    August 2, 2015

    6735P just doesn’t support 13MPx camera. End of story. Need to boycott doogee!!

  42. dazed1
    August 11, 2015

    When do you plan to include Androbench in this reviews?

  43. Guest
    August 11, 2015

    When do you plan to include Androbench in this reviews?

  44. David Camacho
    November 19, 2015

    I live in the Central Florida area and this phone( Y100 Pro ) has the worse cell connection ever. It only works 30% of the time. They really need to step it up…..

  45. David Camacho
    November 19, 2015

    I live in the Central Florida area and this phone( Y100 Pro ) has the worse cell connection ever. It only works 30% of the time. They really need to step it up…..