Early this month, we saw two leaked renders of an unannounced Doogee V smartphone. Although both smartphones had different rear designs, they both had a similar display – an 18:9 display with a notch like that of the iPhone X.
Doogee’s official Twitter account today shared a live photo of the AMOLED display. The picture shows one working prototype and another one turned off.
The color reproduction of the working prototype doesn’t look bad but we won’t pass a final judgement until we get to see the final device. Doogee has done well to keep the bezels on the sides and at the bottom minimal. At the top is a notch that is home to the sensor, earpiece, and front facing camera.
There is no info as to who the supplier for the AMOLED display is. While Samsung may be the first guess, they most likely are not seeing as their production of AMOLED displays will be geared towards their own phones and other bigger clients like Apple and OnePlus. So our best guess is this is from a local Chinese manufacturer like BOE or Japan’s JDI.
The Doogee V is said to feature an in-display fingerprint scanner. If Doogee hasn’t changed its design, then there is one buried under the screen. It is also expected to come with dual rear cameras, a Helio P40 processor, 6GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage. Price for the Doogee V is between $300 and $350 with a scheduled launch between late April and May.