DOOGEE S95 Pro Modular Phone Coming With 48MP Camera & Helio P90

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DOOGEE has just revealed some details about one of its upcoming smartphones, the DOOGEE S95 Pro. The company says that this handset will basically replace the DOOGEE S90 in the market.

The DOOGEE S95 Pro is a rugged smartphone, and its specifications are nothing to scoff at. The DOOGEE S90 was announced a couple of months ago, and it is a modular device, kind of.

The company released a number of modules for the DOOGEE S90. Those modules include a night vision camera, 5,000mAh power bank, digital walkie talkie, and a gamepad module.

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Well, modules will be available for the DOOGEE S95 Pro as well, says the company. As you can see in the provided images, this phone will include a waterdrop display notch. On top of that, it will feature three cameras on the back.

This phone will be fueled by the MediaTek Helio P90 64-bit octa-core processor. The device will also include 8GB of LPDDR4X RAM and 128GB of UFS 2.0 flash storage.

The phone will be waterproof, dustproof, and drop-proof. It will also include "a variety of modules", confirmed the company.

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The DOOGEE S95 Pro will include a 48-megapixel camera (Sony's IMX586 sensor) on the back, as its main camera. In addition to that, you'll get a wide-angle sensor, and a super depth camera.

The 6W module that will be available for the device will pack two 27mm speakers. That module will also come with a separate battery which can handle 10 hours of playback.

The phone itself will ship with a 5,150mAh battery, but a 3,500mAh power bank module will also be available. 24W charging will also be enabled on the DOOGEE S95 Pro, we're talking about wired charging here. The module will support 10W charging tech, it seems, as it will support independent charging.

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The company did release quite a few images of this smartphone already. You can check out those images in the gallery down below, though do note they're not high in resolution.

Those images do show the aforementioned waterdrop display notch, along with other details. You will get a general idea as to what the phone will look like once it hits the market.

Speaking of which, we're not sure when the phone will arrive. DOOGEE did not confirm a release date, or even a timeframe, so we'll have to wait and see. The company will release more info soon, though.

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