Get a Bezel-less Smartphone at the Lowest Price

Let’s talk about the DOOGEE Mix which is the cheapest way to get your hands on a bezel-less design. This sub $200 phone also packs in up to 6GB of RAM and a dual-lens camera.

Display

Bezel-less displays are one of the hottest trends in smartphones right now. All of the flagship phones are pushing this technology to its limit to bring you the biggest displays in the smallest bodies. This technology is starting to make its way to budget phones with the DOOGEE Mix.

The bezel-less design with a 5.5″ screen makes the DOOGEE MAX the world’s smallest full display smartphone.

The body of this phone is measured at 5″ tall. This usually fits a 5″ screen, but with the bezel-less design the screen is expanded to 5.5″

DOOGEE MIX SPECS
CPU Helio P25
Display 720×1280
RAM 4GB/6GB
Storage 64GB/128GB
Camera 16MP+8MP Dual Lens
Battery 3380 mAh

Tons of RAM

Getting up to 6GB of RAM in a phone at this price is a pretty great deal. You can choose between 4GB and 6GB options to get maximum performance out of your device.

4GB RAM 6GB RAM
$169.99 $179.99

You can use the capacitive keys or switch to the on-screen keys that you can toggle on and off.

Choose between 4GB and 6GB options for RAM.

Dual-Lens Camera

Get a dual-lens setup and 4K video at a fraction of the price.

The dual-lens setup features 16MP and 8MP Samsung sensors. You’ll be able to take high quality pictures with the ISOCELL technology that lets you capture more light.

Even at the low price that this phone is being sold for, you have the ability to film in 4K resolution. This is rarely found in budget phones so it’s impressive to see this in the DOOGEE Mix.

Big Battery

The 3380 mAh battery delivers some impressive battery life. You also get fast charging technology which will charge your phone to 80% in only 30 minutes.

Gaming Video Facebook Kindle Talk Music
7.5 Hours 11 Hours 12.1 Hours 15.2 Hours 45.6 Hours 152.4 Hours
Get the DOOGEE Mix
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