Doogee are aiming to offer their Doogee Y6 smartphone in a glossy “Jet White” finish.
Generally, in the English speaking world we don’t refer to bright or glossy white as “Jet White” but Doogee is insisting that’s what colour their latest smartphone is going to be so we’ll just go with the flow.
The “Jet White” Doogee Y6 will be created in a similar fashion to the Jet Black finish on the iPhone 7 Plus, using a special multi-step anodising process and high gloss polish.
For those of you interested in how Doogee achieve this finish, here are the exact words from the company:
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This process begins with rotational 3D polishing. A specialized compound flows over the intricate geometries of the casing, removing imperfections, establishing a seamlessness between materials and producing a pristine mirror-like surface.The enclosure then goes through an anodization process which creates a protective oxide layer. A single component dye is absorbed through a capillary effect to ensure maximum saturation, while actually becoming part of the surface itself. Finally, a magnetised ultrafine iron particle bath is used to polish the anodised layer to a superior high shine. They only get one perfect Piano white in 1000 pieces because of the tough process.
The Doogee Y6 comes with Android 7.0 an octa-core MT6750 chipset, 4GB Samsung RAM, 64GB internal memory. The front camera is an 8 mega-pixel sensor while the rear is a 13 mega-pixel PDAF sensor also from Samsung.