Doogee Y300 will get gold 64GB memory option for $120


Budget phones are generally still getting budget amounts of internal memory, but not the new Doogee Y300 which will now ship with 64GB option too.

While specifications are getting better across the the smartphone market, the amount of internal memory is till a little on the limited side for some users. Yes, there are options for up to 128GB phones these days, but they tend to be very expensive, and most budget phones are still only shipping with 16GB memory on board.

Doogee had already decided to buck that trend by going for 32GB as standard, not bad for a $120 smartphone, but if you don’t mind a bit of gold you could pick up one of the special edition gold Y300 phones at the same price with 64GB memory as standard!

The Gold version of the phone comes with all the same hardware as the 32GB version including the 5-inch display, Android 6.0 install, 13 mega-pixel rear camera, quad-core chipset and 2GB RAM.

These gold versions appear to be on a limited sale offer though and due to expire on the 1st April so be quick.

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5 Comments

  1. Muhammad Yasir
    March 30, 2016

    its a BLAND phone and risks being another piece of lie-infested crap !

    needs dual tone , finger print scanner and more innovative/intuitive features to be a game changer !

    nice try doogee … but not close enough for any solid gain in market !

    • Nilzie
      March 31, 2016

      To be honest Cubot S600 is pretty much the same phone specs and material wise but with a fingerprint scanner. And perhaps better camera.

      Doogee Y series is more of a fashion line than a flagship line.

      • Muhammad Yasir
        March 31, 2016

        its Doogee bro … that 64 Gb will soon translate to 3Gb once results come out :p

  2. Assefa Hanson
    March 30, 2016

    doogee man with the lies

  3. Raul
    March 30, 2016

    I wonder if I am the only one that hates the icons for apps on the Doogee phones