Doogee Homtom HT6 packs a 6250mAh battery

Doogee Homtom HT6 packs a 6250mAh battery

doogee homtom ht6

Doogee are so set on providing customers with large battery smartphones that they have released a sub brand, HomTom, that will specialise in only big capacity phones.

The name Homtom comes from the Chinese name of “Heng Tong” that in turn roughly means an “eternal connection” quite an apt name for a brand that will specialise in large batter smartphones.

The first of the Homtom range is the Homtom HT6, a 9.9mm smartphone with 6250mAh battery! In comparison the recently announced OnePlus 2 measures 9.85mm and has just a 3300mAh battery.

That huge battery would be a nightmare to charge under standard conditions, but fortunately the HT6 comes with Mediatek’s PumpExpress Plus fast charging system (another feature lacking on the OP2) which will reportedly charge the 6250mAh battery to %75 capacity in only 30 minutes!

A 5.5-inch 12280 x 720 display, and quad-core Mediatek MT6735 processor means lower power consumption for even longer run times. Other details include a 13 mega-pixel Sony main camera and 5 mega-pixel front sensor, alloy chassis and Android 5.1 Lollipop.

Pricing is not yet confirmed but the launch time is September so not long to wait.

[ Doogee ]
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  • Technerd

    There is pa typo by the display 12280x.Mabey it is not a typo it is adoogge advertising.;)

    • Tony Lee

      of course it’s a mistake by Andi, the resolution must be HD 1280×720

  • Tony Lee

    a new endurance monster

    • balcobomber25

      Assuming it’s actually that size battery and not another one of Doogee’s lies. I lost all faith in this brand a long time ago. Would never recommend one of their phones until they get their act together.

      • Yeti hand


  • My decision to buy this as a second phone will largely depend on the reviews. Whether good or bad.

  • balcobomber25

    Doogee is becoming the next Elephone releasing announcing a new phone every week. Theri designs are actually very good and they have good build quality but they need to do two things: stop lying about specs and google the term ‘customer service’.

    • You got that right balco. Hopefully, they are no lying about this one’s battery capacity.

      • balcobomber25

        Personally I would like to see them release good phones, it only makes this industry stronger and more respectable. Plus they have some very good designs. Just wish they could stop lying.

    • mf1gt3r


  • This can’t be real 6250mah’s. Pump Express Plus is charging with 5V 3A. This can charge up to 3000mah battery in an hour, 1500 in half hour. To charge 6250mah to 75% in 30 mins the would need 5V 9A………

    • mf1gt3r

      That we will clarify soon enough. Lets wait and see.

  • Wojciech Bubolka

    A 5.5-inch 12280 x 720 display… Wow that is nice resolution 🙂

  • Bailey

    Sorry is this not just an Alcatel one touch idol 3?

    • OSNY

      Pretty much. A little bit of photoshop to get rid of the front facing speakers and add back facing speakers and dual LED flash.

  • mf1gt3r

    Anyways, waiting for price and of course user reviews.

  • I don’t believe to Doogee anymore. The last Doogee Valencia 2 Y100 Pro is not what the company was talking about before release.

    1. CPU should be MTK6735, but now it is MTK 6735P
    2. The back cover should be metal, but now it is plastic.
    3. The battery due to Doogee it is 2200Mph, after deep digging it is 1800Mph.

    No Doogee, Thanks !

  • Craig

    12280 x 720 display seems legit!!

  • Jerry

    ZOPO Speed 7& 7 Plus is under presale now. Only $159 & $189 after a $40 coupon. 5.0 & 5.5 inch, Full HD, octa-core, 3GB+16GB

  • John

    i wonder if doogee does anything else except announcing models…

  • repunzelaodi

    discovery s2 is good for me 5.5 inch, Full HD, octa-core, 3GB+16GB,The most important thing is he known as the world’s first naked eye 3d mobile phone