Doogee has released quite a few smartphones this year, and we've already reviewed a couple of them. The company has recently released the Doogee F3 and F3 Pro flagships, and the F5 premium offering will arrive in the coming months as well. Doogee is also working on some other interesting smartphones, like the Homtom HT6 device which will sport a 6,250mAh battery. That being said, we're here to talk more about the Doogee F3 and F3 Pro devices, as Doogee has released a number of additional material for us to check out.
If you take a look at the gallery down below, you'll get to see new images of the Doogee F3 / F3 Pro, and the retail packaging of the two devices. So, what's the difference between these two phones? Well, the only two differences here are the RAM count and display resolution. The F3 sports 2GB of RAM and a 720p display, while the F3 Pro features 3GB of RAM and a 1080p panel. These images are not the only piece of content we managed to get our hands on, there are also three promo videos embedded below this article. The first clip will show off these devices' wake-up function, and the second video will show you the scratch resistance capability of these two devices. The third video down below will give you a better looks at Doogee F3 / F3 Pro's wood and bamboo shells, which are also an option when purchasing either of these two phones.
The Doogee F3 / F3 Pro feature a 5-inch 720p / 1080p display, along with 2 / 3GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage (expandable up to 32GB via microSD card). These two devices are powered by MediaTek's MT6753 64-bit octa-core SoC along with a Mali-T720 GPU for graphics. The 13-megapixel camera is available on the back of these two devices, and a 5-megapixel snapper can be found up front. Both of these phones offer dual-SIM connectivity, and same can be said about 4G LTE. As far as the design goes, these two phones are identical. They sport a metal trim around the device, and three capacitive buttons below the display, while all the physical buttons are located on the phone's right-hand side.