After recently writing about the intriguing mega-budget Oukitel U7, I’ve got a couple more mega-budget mobiles to present. Doogee is well known as one of the first brands to really begin marketing towards Westerners.

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Things have quieted a bit from Doogee in the midst of the Elephone and Oukitel type hubbub, but Doogee still has a few tricks up their sleeve.

 

Doogee X5

Doogee X5 Pro

SoC

MTK6580

MTK6735

CPU

Quad Cortex-A7@1.5

Quad Cortex-A53@1.0GHz

GPU

Mali-400

Mali-T720

RAM

1GB

2GB

ROM storage

8GB

16GB

Rear camera

5MP

5MP

Front camera

2MP

2MP

Display

5.0”@720p

5.0”@720p

Additional features

GPS/OTG/HotKnot

GPS/OTG/HotKnot

2G GSM

850/900/1800/1900

850/900/1800/1900

3G WCDMA

850/1900/2100

850/1900/2100

Battery

2400mAh (removable)

2400mAh (removable)

SIM

Dual

Dual

Dimensions

143*72*8.8

143*72*8.8

TF SD expandable

Yes

Yes

OS

Android 5.1

Android 5.1

The cost? An incredible $80 for the 2GB RAM Doogee X5 Pro, and an incredible $58 for the Doogee X5. I’m blown away by the specs for the price here.

Not only are we getting 2GB for $80 with the X5 Pro, but both of these mobiles have 720P displays. It’s unheard of to see such prices and Doogee has really stepped up to the plate here.

N/C/S Americans can also give these two phones a hard look as they have 850/1900 WCDMA

When deciding between these two, it’s tough, but they are both powerful enough to run Android smoothly and either one, spec wise, would make a fine choice for a budget mobile.

Doogee X5 & X5 Pro@www.everbuying.net

They’re both TF SD expandable up to 32GB according to official Doogee, and the battery for a slimmish 5.0″ mobile is a very respectable 2400mAh. The OS is Android 5.1.

N/C/S Americans can also give these two phones a hard look as they have 850/1900 WCDMA. 2100 WCDMA is also included, so makes a solid choice for most of Asia/UK/Europe as well.

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After recently writing about the intriguing mega-budget Oukitel U7, I've got a couple more mega-budget mobiles to present. Doogee is well known as one of the first brands to really begin marketing towards Westerners. Things have quieted a bit from Doogee in the midst of the Elephone and Oukitel type...
After recently writing about the intriguing <a href="http://www.gizbeat.com/8608/oukitel-u7-review-specifications-ultra-budget-mobile/">mega-budget Oukitel U7</a>, I've got a couple more mega-budget mobiles to present. Doogee is well known as one of the first brands to really begin marketing towards Westerners.<span id="more-8622"></span> <img class="size-full wp-image-8624 aligncenter" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/doogee-x5-pro-review-2015-78.jpg" alt="doogee-x5-pro-review-2015-78" width="419" height="282" /> Things have quieted a bit from Doogee in the midst of the Elephone and Oukitel type hubbub, but Doogee still has a few tricks up their sleeve.   <table width="75%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0"><colgroup> <col width="72*" /> <col width="81*" /> <col width="103*" /> </colgroup> <thead> <tr valign="top"> <th bgcolor="#e6e6ff" width="28%"></th> <th bgcolor="#e6e6ff" width="32%"> <p align="left">Doogee X5</p> </th> <th bgcolor="#e6e6ff" width="40%"> <p align="left">Doogee X5 Pro</p> </th> </tr> </thead> <tbody> <tr valign="top"> <td bgcolor="#e6e6ff" width="28%"> <p align="left">SoC</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="32%"> <p align="left">MTK6580</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="40%"> <p align="left">MTK6735</p> </td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td bgcolor="#e6e6ff" width="28%"> <p align="left">CPU</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="32%"> <p align="left">Quad Cortex-A7@1.5</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="40%"> <p align="left">Quad Cortex-A53@1.0GHz</p> </td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td bgcolor="#e6e6ff" width="28%"> <p align="left">GPU</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="32%"> <p align="left">Mali-400</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="40%"> <p align="left">Mali-T720</p> </td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td bgcolor="#e6e6ff" width="28%"> <p align="left">RAM</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="32%"> <p align="left">1GB</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="40%"> <p align="left">2GB</p> </td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td bgcolor="#e6e6ff" width="28%"> <p align="left">ROM storage</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="32%"> <p align="left">8GB</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="40%"> <p align="left">16GB</p> </td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td bgcolor="#e6e6ff" width="28%"> <p align="left">Rear camera</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="32%"> <p align="left">5MP</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="40%"> <p align="left">5MP</p> </td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td bgcolor="#e6e6ff" width="28%"> <p align="left">Front camera</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="32%"> <p align="left">2MP</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="40%"> <p align="left">2MP</p> </td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td bgcolor="#e6e6ff" width="28%"> <p align="left">Display</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="32%"> <p align="left">5.0”@720p</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="40%"> <p align="left">5.0”@720p</p> </td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td bgcolor="#e6e6ff" width="28%"> <p align="left">Additional features</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="32%"> <p align="left">GPS/OTG/HotKnot</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="40%"> <p align="left">GPS/OTG/HotKnot</p> </td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td bgcolor="#e6e6ff" width="28%"> <p align="left">2G GSM</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="32%"> <p align="left">850/900/1800/1900</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="40%"> <p align="left">850/900/1800/1900</p> </td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td bgcolor="#e6e6ff" width="28%"> <p align="left">3G WCDMA</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="32%"> <p align="left">850/1900/2100</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="40%"> <p align="left">850/1900/2100</p> </td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td bgcolor="#e6e6ff" width="28%"> <p align="left">Battery</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="32%"> <p align="left">2400mAh (removable)</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="40%"> <p align="left">2400mAh (removable)</p> </td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td bgcolor="#e6e6ff" width="28%"> <p align="left">SIM</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="32%"> <p align="left">Dual</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="40%"> <p align="left">Dual</p> </td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td bgcolor="#e6e6ff" width="28%"> <p align="left">Dimensions</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="32%"> <p align="left">143*72*8.8</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="40%"> <p align="left">143*72*8.8</p> </td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td bgcolor="#e6e6ff" width="28%"> <p align="left">TF SD expandable</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="32%"> <p align="left">Yes</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="40%"> <p align="left">Yes</p> </td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td bgcolor="#e6e6ff" width="28%"> <p align="left">OS</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="32%"> <p align="left">Android 5.1</p> </td> <td bgcolor="#ffffff" width="40%"> <p align="left">Android 5.1</p> </td> </tr> </tbody> </table> The cost? An incredible $80 for the 2GB RAM Doogee X5 Pro, and an incredible $58 for the Doogee X5. I'm blown away by the specs for the price here. Not only are we getting 2GB for $80 with the X5 Pro, but both of these mobiles have 720P displays. It's unheard of to see such prices and Doogee has really stepped up to the plate here. <blockquote>N/C/S Americans can also give these two phones a hard look as they have 850/1900 WCDMA</blockquote> When deciding between these two, it's tough, but they are both powerful enough to run Android smoothly and either one, spec wise, would make a fine choice for a budget mobile. <h5 style="text-align: center;"><a href="http://www.everbuying.net/china-doogee-x5.html" target="_blank">Doogee X5 & X5 Pro@www.everbuying.net</a></h5> They're both TF SD expandable up to 32GB according to official Doogee, and the battery for a slimmish 5.0" mobile is a very respectable 2400mAh. The OS is Android 5.1. N/C/S Americans can also give these two phones a hard look as they have 850/1900 WCDMA. 2100 WCDMA is also included, so makes a solid choice for most of Asia/UK/Europe as well.



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