DOOGEE S68 Pro – first wireless reverse charging in action


If your phone is out of power, and you can’t find anything to charge. In the past, the only thing you can do is just waiting. But now, we have the phones with wireless reverse charging function. It literally turns the phone into a charging pad, allowing it to charge other devices. Like the powerful rugged DOOGEE S68 Pro.

As it’s  known, the world’s first wireless reverse charging rugged smartphone is the DOOGEE S68 Pro.  At present, there are lots of rugged phone brands. DOOGEE is still the pioneer and has 7 years of experience in the manufacture of rugged phones. The DOOGEE rugged phone has been honored of “the Best Military Grade Smartphone in the Android Market”.

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The wireless reverse charging has been applied on DOOGEE rugged phone in very early moment. The DOOGEE S68 Pro’s specification is brilliant. Helio P70 processor, 5.9-inch display with FHD+ display (2280 x 1080 pixel resolution) as well as the 6300mAh big battery. That’s a pretty solid basic platform, but it will not stop there. We can add to the list 6 GB RAM, 128 GB of UFS 2.0 internal storage, triple rear cameras with 21MP Sony + 8MP + 8MP sensors, 16MP selfie shooter or rugged IP68 certification.

Besides S68 Pro, the other DOOGEE rugged phone, the DOOGEE BL9000, S60 series, S70 series, S80 series to S90 series, which are all wireless reverse charging capable. 

There are so many achievements DOOGEE have done in the rugged phone area. The DOOGEE S60, the DOOGEE S70 is the world’s first rugged gaming phone, which is equipped with an exclusive game pad. The DOOGEE S80 is the digital intercom rugged phone, which is an android and also a walkie-talkie.

In this year, the world’s first modular rugged phone DOOGEE S90 and S95 series are launched with the magnetic speaker and battery modules. There is also a Christmas time lucky draw for some free DOOGEE goodie so you should check it out. Free stuff is never bad.

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