Doogee F1: 64-bit quad-core 4G smartphone

When the 64-Bit smartphones swept across the market, Doogee is also unwilling to lag behind, and released its latest Doogee F1 Turbo Mini, this is a 64-bit quad-core smartphone. At the same time, the Doogee F1 Turbo Mini is also their first LTE smartphone, this is a full new Doogee phone, it has not adopted traditional “DG”name, but to use “F”as its prefix, thus it can be seen, the Doogee Turbo Mini F1 owns an unique meaning.

Doogee F1 is a 64-bit MTK6732 quad-core phone with native LTE support. According to the official specs, the Mini F1 supports FDD-LTE Band 800/1800/2100/2600MHz and WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100MHz, meaning that it could work in North America along with most European countries.

In addition, the Mini F1 also uses a 4.5-inch IPS screen with a 540*960p resolutions, there are 1GB ram and 8GB internal storage, and supports dual SIM and 4G LTE. Meanwhile, the main camera is 8.0MP, and there is a 2000mAh battery. As for the operation system, it runs Android 4.4.

In terms of specification, the Mini F1 is not the best, but when speaking of cost performance, it is not inferior in any respect. It owns 64-bit quad-core processor/4.5-inch HD display/8.0MP main camera and 4G LTE, etc.

Doogee F1: 64-bit quad-core 4G smartphoneultima modifica: 2015-02-06T09:03:06+01:00da andure
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