Doogee is good at making budget smartphones, which is confirmed by years of experience, and for all the time was released a lot of phones. Each iteration gave out a better and better product, now the situation has not changed. Y8 Plus is a worthy development of Douji’s iterations. The gadget got a new platform, and everyone was surprised by the presence of NFC technology, which is difficult to find in such devices. Let’s find out if it will be a successful acquisition.
The Doogee Y8 Plus is bigger and more powerful. It will feature a 6.21-inch HD+ in-cell screen (1440 x 720 pixels) with a 19:9 form factor and a central drop notch that will hide the front 8MP camera. The hardware platform will be based on the new SoC quad-core MediaTek MT6761 up to 2GHz, which will soon replace the MediaTek MT6739 on the market, with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of ROM, while the photographic compartment will be completed by a dual-back camera 13MP + 8MP with LED Flash. On the back there is also a fingerprint reader and a 4000 mAh battery, but among the new features there is also an NFC chip.
A very reasonable solution was to choose the latest chipset from Mediatech, which will significantly improve the user experience of the buyer. Mediatek Helio A21 (MT6761) is a rescue of the whole market of available phones, and this processor is also configured on the CUBOT Quest Lite sports phone and runs very smoothly! The novelty has Qurd-cores, and distinguishes its transition to production by 12nm process standards, which increased productivity and reduced heating. Maximum power is enough to run many games, albeit not the maximum settings.
They are basically low-end smartphones, cheap and probably made of plastic, but they have all the features of the most expensive smartphones. According to the Chinese company, the final prototypes of the Doogee Y8 Plus will be available in several colors: black, blue and purple with gradient. The launch is scheduled for 2019, around January-February.