DOOGEE T6 With Huge Of 6250mAh Battery Package Announced, To Be Released Next Month

DOOGEE Is another ambitious Chinese manufactuerer like Elephone and of course the Motorola-acquired Lenovo have steered the Android platform race towards integrating massive batteries inside a mid-range models. Doogee T6 is no different from that of devoted sub-brand, HomTom, to making smartphones with mammoth batteries for portable hardware. It was in July 2015, the first one aptly named Doogee HomTom, a device that seriously boasts heavy-duty 6250mAh battery unit, which also in the competition offering nearly double the capacity of the newly unveiled OnePlus 2, which was 0.38 (9.85mm) thick phone with a 3300mAh battery.

Apart oft-mentioned, today the time once again counts and DOOGEE has announced their latest gadget called Doogee T6. Smartphone that packs one of the largest batteries that we have seen so far outside the UK. The manufacturer has made the phone official, and even raised the battery capacity slightly to 6250mAh.

Although there is a big competition among Chinese makers, the Oukitel K6000 is now available for pre-orders stuffed with a 6000mAh power unit, and of course Oukitel K4000 has a 4000mAh unit, as it names its smartphone with K and the capacity of the cell goes as it is written.


The DooGee T6 gets up to 101 hours of use between charges, according to the company. Beyond that it having a mammoth battery, the phone still manages to measure 9.9mm thick. The T6 gadget will contain a MediaTek MT6735 chipset, which includes a quad-core CPU and the Mali-T720 MP2 GPU. Rumored to bring with it a memory of 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage and said that it supports fast charging using MediaTek’s PumpExpress technology.


The Doogee T6 will support 2A fast charge, and with reverse charging you will be able to use it to power up other devices. With 8MP of rear camera and a 2-Megapixel forward-facing snapper, the Doogee T6 is expected to be released in November, and where we hear about pricing and availability.

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