As we all know Doogee announced the Doogee F7 Pro and Doogee F7 back in the MWC 2016, and since then it has been making rounds in the tech community. For the delight of our users we are doing a full fledged review of the Doogee F7 pro. The F7 pro has many required upgrades and is certainly a flagship phone of the company. Lets dive in the detailed review of the phone.
In the review we will focus on the Design ,Hardware, Battery and Camera of the phone. It is powered on a Deca-core 64-bit processor coupled with 4 GB of RAM. It has 8 MP front camera and 21 MP rear camera that comes along with an LED flash. It has numerous software features and connectivity options.
Design wise the phone is simply stunning it comes with a metal unibody chassis with brushed aluminiun finish. On the front we have the 5.7″ Full HD display i.e 1080p resolution. an 8MP camera above it. A headpiece and proximity sensor. On the back we have the 21MP camera with an LED flash and below it the ultra fast 0.2s fingerpront sensor. The phone is absolutely beautiful to grab on to and is extremely slim . Despite the big size of the screen, holding the phone in your hand doesn’t feel very big or bulky at any time.
The Doogee F7 Pro offers a lot of breakthrough technologies incapsulated into a magnificent body. It can be described as a perfect mixture of style and operations. It weighs a mere 175gm and costs only $269.99. Hardware of F7 includes
– Helio X20 10 core
– 4 GB Ram + 32 GB ROM
– Android 6.0
– Mali T880 GPU
– WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, LTE
– Multiple audio video format support
– Ambient Light sensor, Gravity sensor, Proximity sensor and more
One of the most important things about this phone is that it comes with a massive battery which can last upto 2 days. It houses a 4000mAh non-removable powerful battery that never lets the phone run out of juice. For light use it may last more than that. You can also use the power saving mode in it to extend the battery much more.
Doogee F7 Pro have designed has best set of cameras for a smartphone. The camera in the front and back comprises of PDAF which makes the taking photos much faster and much more stable than others phones. If you think it through, zero delay shutter was a probability, well the Doogee F7 Pro makes it possible. The camera performs exceptionally well in bright light conditions but also performs admirably in poor light conditions also. Photos are clear and crispy with lots of details in them.
Overall the Doogee F7 Pro performs great in terms of raw CPU performs, can contain multiple apps simultaneously with a gorgeous metal unibody frame and a great camera at the back, all this with an awesome battery backup to tinker with all day. The Doogee F7 Pro does all this despite costing you only $269.