As a short realistic answer to the question in the title we can just quickly say – it’s roughly the same. But still let’s take a look at the little comparison of the cameras in both these smartphones.
On paper the specifications of Bluboo Dual and Doogee Shoot 1 look more or less the same with few minor differences. Both has 5,5-inch Sharp display with FullHD resolution, MT6737T as the processor, 2 GB RAM paired with 16 GB of storage and batteries with 3000 mAh and 3300 mAh in favor of Doogee.
The difference comes with the secondary rear camera, because Bluboo Dual has only 2 Mpix one and Doogee Shot 1 operates with 8 Mpix one. Primary cameras are once again equal with 13 Mpix resolution, Bluboo uses Sony IMX135 sensor and Doogee a Samsung one.
So theoretically Doogee should have the upper hand with higher resolution secondary camera sensor, but well pure resolution is not everything. To compare the camera output of both phones you can check out the following video with Doogee Shoot 1 samples and Bluboo Dual samples can be found in one of our older articles.
It’s fairly obvious that both phones are on the same level and the choice is ultimately on a personal preference. Even the price is not much of a deciding factor with both competitors once again neck to neck. You can get the Doogee Shoot 1 for $109.99 or $99.99 in flash sales currently.