Doogee announce their own 6250mAh battery phone, the Doogee T6

doogee t6

Doogee have decided that they too should have their own smartphone with monster battery pack and to fill the void have announced the Doogee T6.

Doogee want the T6 to compete with similar phones with large power cells, and so have shoe horned a huge 6250mAh battery pack in to the 9.9mm chassis. That battery is claimed to give the user 101 hours of usage from a single charge (although Doogee have not specified what ‘usage’ they are actually referring too).

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Another selling point Doogee hope to use to attach would be customers is 2A fast charging and reverse charging (basically the ability to use the USB to and internal phone battery to power other devices).

Other Doogee T6 specifications aren’t published but it is safe to say that the phone will likely see a host of power saving features, average amount of RAM (2GB RAM) and a Mediatek chipset.

Do you think the Doogee T6 has the goods to out power other similar big battery phones?

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  1. Steve B
    October 21, 2015

    So good Gizchina announce it twice.

  2. MattD
    October 21, 2015

    Actually, the “void” to be filled is a battery phone with more powerfull spec at an affordable price… I’m sick of the mt6735p + 1/2gb ram combo… Hopefully the ulefone power will deliver the job with a mt6753 and 3gb of ram!

  3. Joel Adames
    October 21, 2015

    I wonder what’s the point of all that power and no good spec’s to enjoy it.!!! Really nonsense, I won’t say overkill but Nonsense.

    • Brooklyn701
      October 22, 2015

      And you need a Helio X20 for….? WA? Twatter? Hardcore Emailing?

  4. xi7
    October 21, 2015

    doogee homtom ht6 ?

  5. balcobomber25
    October 22, 2015

    So it will be a 2650 battery with a 6250 sticker!

  6. RoS
    October 22, 2015

    This is not 6250mAh this is 6250doogees (new kind of measuring unit).