Doogee Y300 and X5S reviews: best budget phones

Doogee Y300 review. Doogee X5S review. Let’s start talking about the Y300 – designwise, it is reminiscent of the Sony Xperia but obviously much more affordable and with different characteristics. It is a smartphone 5-inch HD screen (1,280 x 720 pixels) IPS matrix that works with the latest version of Android operating system.

Doogee Y300 and X5S reviews

To enhance this display Doogee integrated into the Y300 MediaTek MTK6735 quad-core 64-bit SoC running at a speed of 1.3 Ghz, accompanied by a GPU Mali T720 and 2 GB of RAM to ensure smooth operation in any type of applications. Internal storage as the manufacturer has installed 32 GB of ROM, expandable memory using a micro SD card up to 32GB more.

Doogee Y300 review

This terminal input range incorporates a front camera of 8MP, while the rear, signed by Sony (IMX219 model) is 13 Megapixel and includes LED flash, auto focus and stabilizer. The terminal has Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, A-GPS, OTA, OTG, Dual SIM (Micro SIM) and connectivity with 2G, 3G and 4G networks. The battery is 2,200 mAh, ensuring sufficient autonomy for a day of intensive, two to three days with normal use.

On the other hand we have the X5S Doogee, a terminal also input range but lower than the Y300, which is reflected in a much lower price and therefore more suitable for all budgets. This X5S also has a 5-inch IPS display with HD resolution (1280 x 720 pixels), but in this case still has Android 5.1 operating system.

Doogee X5S review

The SoC built-in X5S is the same as the previous model (MediaTek MTK 6735) but functioning in this case a 1 Ghz in its four cores, also accompanied by an ARM GPU Mali T720 but in this case the RAM has been reduced just 1 GB and 8 GB internal storage, but fortunately they are expandable up to 32 additional GB with micro SD memory card.

Doogee X5S reviews

The cameras are also somewhat lower, because while the front has 5 Mpx, the rear has 8MP, but also has LED flash, auto focus and stabilizer software. Its battery is 2,400 mAh, and since the processor has a lower consumption this means that battery life is a bit higher, about two days intensive and between 3 and 4 days with moderate use.


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