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DOOGEE BL7000 is the world’s first smartphone with 3 13MP cameras

by Dimitris Economou 4

The competition on smartphone cameras is beginning to become fierce as manufacturers not only put higher resolution cameras but also add more sensors to a phone. Doogee, the growing smartphone manufacturer recently unveiled its latest product Doogee BL7000, which got our interest because it claimed to put 13MP camera both in the rear and front face.

Doogee BL7000

The sensor used in the new model is Samsung ISOCELL, which improves focus speed and image quality a lot compared to other brands. There are two of them in the back, as well as one in the front, and the company claims that they are exactly identical. The dual 13MP rear camera is lined up vertically and one of them is used to create blur effect, as the DOOGEE family always did.

Doogee BL7000

As the name suggests, BL7000 is a big battery smartphone featuring a 7060mAh battery. Though it is a huge battery, the body remains relatively slim with business style: metal frame and leather grains back cover. It also features an octa-core CPU, 4GB RAM, and 64GB of storage. It supports up to 12V-2A fast charge and OTG. Black, Gold, Blue are the available colors and the Gold one looks beautiful.

Doogee BL7000

Although the device is quite powerful, the price of Doogee BL7000 will only cost $199.99 while the presale of it in AliExpress could be as low as $159.99. The preorder is open in DOOGEE official sites. Go make a visit and and join the giveaway available!

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  • Rob

    Will you stop posting these fake ads? This is a complete lie, my 360 Q5 plus which was released LAST AUGUST has 3 13mp ISOCELL sensors so this clearly isn’t the first. Is there nothing you won’t post if they throw you enough money???

    • Assefa Hanson

      You beat me to it rob

  • Assefa Hanson

    Reminds me of old oppo design

  • ZesusHV

    No doubt these devices coming from doogee might be good or even great. But who is going to buy their new devices if older ones aren’t getting android update. I have a doogee y6 max, which is really a good device. I tell you what, it’s still on 6.0 while other manufacturers are striving to get stable names, doogee is releasing different models with the impression that older models are useless. If you ask me, doogee is only good for once try. Not interested in going after a brand with no future plans for its buyers.