Doogee and MediaTek partnered together for the Doogee X5, which garnered about 300,000 orders within the first month of its launch, and the two companies are teaming up once more to update the X5 and make it a “pro” – the Doogee X5 Pro.
The Doogee X5 Pro will offer practically the same specs as the Doogee X5 (5-inch, IPS LCD HD display with a 1280 x 720p screen resolution, 2MP front camera, 5MP back camera, along with 3G connectivity), but Doogee has updated the processor from the 1.5Ghz, quad-core MediaTek MTK6580 processor to a 1Ghz, quad-core MediaTek MT6735 processor. The 1GB of RAM has been replaced with 2GB of RAM, and the 8GB of ROM in the Doogee X5 has now transformed into 16GB of ROM (with a 32GB microSD card slot) in the Doogee X5 Pro. Last but never least, the 3G connectivity of the X5 has been replaced with 4G LTE connectivity, giving Doogee X5 Pro users the fastest Web speeds worldwide and launching a device that meets the needs of more operators and consumers. A 2,400mAh battery will accompany the Doogee X5 Pro, which matches the battery size of the X5.
Aside from the specs, the Doogee X5 Pro gives you smart gestures such as double tap wake-up, draw horizontal line to call, draw “m” to start music playback, and so on.
The Doogee X5 Pro will, like its predecessor, run Android 5.1 Lollipop out of the box (seeing that Android Marshmallow has only arrived for Google Nexus devices at the moment), and the new Lollipop update will bring some enhancements and bug fixes. As for the price, Doogee says that the Doogee X5 Pro will cost $80 USD, comes in black and white, and can be had with free shipping from GearBest.
Are the improvements in the Doogee X5 Pro influential enough for your hard-earned money?