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Doogee intros F1 Turbo Mini,F2 Ibiza,F3 Europa to tap its trio of 4G LTE network market in December

by Frank Tu 2

Doogee’s first crowd of 4G phones will be arriving on the market before the year is over.  They will all come with the new MT6732 from Mediatek, a quard core 64 bits ARM Cortex-A53 processor system processor which can support resolutions of 1080 at 30fps and native support of 13mp cameras. Like all Doogee phones it will have dual SIM  and all of them will, as Doogee has always done.

DOOGEE F1

The First of the “F” series will be the F1 Turbo Mini, a smaller version of the beloved DG 2014, and Doogee‘s first 4g mobile ever. This compact 4.5 inch screen 4g mobile will come with some functions from other movies, including HotKot, previously encountered in the DG580 that allows file transferring without Wife, just by touching the phone’s screen. Inside, it comes with a 1.5 Ghz 4 core processor and 1 + 8G of memory.

DOOGEE F2

Following the 4G trail, next in the F series is the F2, Ibiza, as the name implies, this phone is a lot of fun to use. With a 5 inch QHD display, post capture processing technologies and flash leds to make your selfies show your best side. This phone is the right choice for those who are always on the move and still need a 4G connection.

DOOGEE F3

Finally the last incorporation to the DOOGEE family is the F3 Europa. The Europa is a high end mobile that incorporates some of the aspect of all the DOOGEE phones made so far. With 4g LTE, Gorilla Glass, 5 Inch 720p resolution ,at least 5mp front/8mp rear camera, a back touch panel, smart gestures,1GB RAM+8GB ROM and  more…

As we can see, DOOGEE keeps on moving forward in its pursuit of becoming one of the best mobile phone manufacturers in the market but at the same time keeping the price of their mobiles reasonable and affordable for their customers. As the mobile industry moves forward, DOOGEE keeps pace with its competitors.

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  • Tony Lee

    it looks like xiaomi4, but much cheaper !

  • cuios

    I wonder when they will use the MT6595 in new releases?