Doogee has released a number of interesting devices this year, like the metallic Doogee F5 for example. We've reviewed a number of Doogee-branded devices thus far, like the Doogee Valencia 2 Y100 Pro and Doogee Nova Y100X. That being said, Doogee has been working on a new big battery smartphone for a while now, the Doogee T6. We've heard that it's in the development process, but haven't actually been able to see the device, until now.
Our source at the company has shared some Doogee T6 info with us, along with two renders of the device. You can check out the design of this smartphone in the gallery down below. The Doogee T6 will pack in a 6,250mAh battery on the inside, while it will be only 9.9mm thick. This is not exactly that thin, but if you considering that this thing packs in a monster battery on the inside, it's somewhat impressive. The phone will also offer 2A fast-charge and reverse-charge function, which is a welcomed addition to this package.
Now, we don't really have that much spec info on the Doogee T6, but some rumors did pop up recently, though our source was unable to confirm any of these specs. It is said that the Doogee T6 will be fueled by MediaTek's MT6735 64-bit quad-core SoC along with a Mali-T720 MP2 GPU for graphics. The phone is also expected to pack in 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. The 8-megapixel snapper will be available on the back of this phone, and a 2-megapixel shooter will be available up front.
That's more or less it, we'll let you know if any more specs surface in the coming weeks. Now, you might wonder when will this device launch / become available, well, our source did confirm that the company plans to push the device out to the market next month. We don't know exactly when will it happen, but they'll definitely push it out in November. Stay tuned for more info, as always.