Featuring a massive 6250 mAh battery and powerful internals, Doogee T6 Pro is a capable Android smartphone with an attractive price tag. Impressive runtimes isn’t the only thing that differentiates T6 Pro from the rest as the phone also comes equipped with an Octacore processor, 3 gigs of ram and a decent amount of internal storage. Add a simple and practical design, decent camera and Android Marshmallow to the equation and we get quite a package in just under $150. T6 Pro is certainly for those who don’t find themselves near a power socket very often, while power users would also find the smartphone interesting. The simple, yet elegant design speaks functionality and performance from every angle and would particularly suit people who are not fond of flashy designs.
There aren’t many phones available with a 6,000+ mAh battery and that’s what helps T6 Pro stand out from the crowd. Such a massive battery means non-stop usage without worrying about charging the phone. Although the combo of a Mediatek Octacore processor and 3 gigs is not the fastest around, it’s still enough to satisfy even the demanding users. The 5.5-inch display offers a resolution of only 720p, but that’s a good thing if you want the maximum battery life as high-res screens take their toll on the battery life. However, the 720p display is still crisp enough to let you enjoy all your multimedia content and games. Text appears sharp if you are not zooming in much, while the viewing angles are also pretty good. 32 GB of internal memory should be enough for most users, but if you feel like it isn’t, you can expand the storage through SDCard. Android Marshmallow out of the box makes the deal even sweeter and ensures a fluid and smooth user experience.
The design of T6 Pro is fairly simple and straightforward and provides a soft feel in hand despite its weight and massive battery. The 64-bit Octacore processor is able to efficiently handle any job, while 3 gigs of ram ensure smooth multitasking and app switching. The 13 MP SONY camera is able to take some excellent photos in good lighting conditions, while the 5MP front camera works well for video and Skype chats. The built-in speakers also promise better sound quality without the distortion commonly associated with mid-range phones. The phone also supports fast charging and comes with multiple protection options, including overload, electrostatic, input/output overcurrent and short circuit protection. The Quick Charge 2.0 technology allows you to charge the phone to up to 60% within half hour and 25% in just ten minutes.
|Battery||6250 mAh, Quick Charge 2.0|
|CPU/GPU||MediaTek 1.5 Ghz Octacore MTK6753 (64-Bit), Mali-T720|
|RAM/ROM||3 GB RAM, 32 GB Internal Storage (expandable up to 32 GB via SDCard)|
|SIM||2G/3G/4G, Dual-SIM, Dual-Standby|
|Display||5.5-inch HD Display 1280×720|
|Cameras||13 MP Rear with Auto Focus and Flashlight, 5 MP front|
|Sensors||Ambient light, proximity, gravity, gesture|
|Connectivity||802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, FM Radio, OTG|
|Interface||2 x Micro SIM Card Slots, 1 x Micro USB Slot, 1 x TF/Micro SD Card Slot|
|Package contents||T6 Pro, power adaptor, usb cable, English manual|
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- Massive battery and Quick Charge 2.0 support
- Affordable price
- Snappy performance
- Decent internal storage
- Capable cameras
Pros and Cons
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- Incredible battery runtimes
- Octacore processor, 3 gigs ram
- Simple and elegant design
- Android Marshmallow
- Good sound quality
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- Low-res display
- On the heavier size due to huge battery
If you hate the low-battery popup and want to enjoy movies, games and web browsing non-stop, then Doogee T6 Pro is an option worth considering. It doesn’t cost much, contains a good amount of raw power and most importantly, lasts for days. It’s also a perfect companion if you travel a lot and don’t find yourself near power sockets very often. If you are a moderate user and mostly use your phone for calls and texts, the phone should last around a week on a single charge. Heavy users should also be able to use the phone for at least three days, which isn’t something most phones are capable of. A 1080p display could have been a better choice in terms of sharpness and overall clarity, but then again it takes its tool on the battery life, which the phone is all about. Quick Charge 2.0 technology on top of the massive battery makes the phone truly a battery monster and liberates you from worrying about charging the phone every now and then.
How to Buy
Doogee T6 Pro is available at a special discount at Gearbest, but for a limited time period. The following link takes to the product page that provides more information about shipping and answers any queries you might have about the product, including supported network frequencies.