DOOV X11 Pro is an iPhone 11 Pro Clone with a Xiaomi CC9 Poster


DOOV X11 Pro

Chinese brand – DOOV – just launched a smartphone that could make both iOS and Android fans happy – meet the DOOV X11 Pro. The X11 Pro is indeed a clone of an iPhone 11 Pro on the back, while on the front it brings the typical waterdrop notch we find on many Android phones. Additionally, what makes it similar to a Xiaomi CC9 specifically, is the fact the brand decided to promote it with a poster already utilized by Xiaomi on their photography-focused phone. You can check out the hilarious photoshop work in the image down below:

DOOV X11 Pro is an iPhone 11 Pro Clone with a Xiaomi CC9 Poster

DOOV X11 Pro
DOOV X11 Pro and Xiaomi CC9 Meitu Custom Edition side by side

So, now that we have your attention with the very modern and unique design of the DOOV X11 Pro, let’s go ahead and learn more about its incredible specs (please note the sarcasm).

First things first, the smartphone comes with a large 6.3-inch panel that only sports HD+ resolution. While powering it up we have a good old MediaTek MT6763 a.k.a. Helio P23; along with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage (expandable via microSD).

DOOV X11 Pro

The DOOV X11 Pro is then fueled by a large 4800mAh capacity battery and sports a fingerprint scanner on the right side of the frame.

According to DOOV, the smartphone also comes with some great software such as support for WeChat and QQ apps. It has a built-in smart AI voice assistant with which you can chat in longer dialogues, you can ask what’s the weather like and other info. But the real interesting feature is the one that allows users to automatically identify the text on a picture to search, copy or share it. We’ve seen a similar functionality on phones from Smartisan.

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DOOV X11 Pro

Finally, what about the price? Well, at least the DOOV X11 Pro is very cheap. The smartphone does indeed cost 699 Yuan, which is about $99.99 at the current exchange rates. So, while it sucks at everything, it does that at an affordable price.

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