Doogee Mix 2 with Helio P25 powers a 18:9 display, quad cameras

Doogee Mix 2 with Helio P25 powers a 18:9 display, quad cameras

Oct 6, 2017 - 12:30 PM - Partners

Smartphone designer, Doogee, has announced its MIX 2 - its flagship smartphone powered by the octa-core Helio P25 SoC that operates up to 2.5GHz with a fast Mali-T880 GPU that poweres the impressive 18:9 display and has ISP grunt for its quad-cameras. The MIX 2 houses a huge 6GB of fast LPDDR4X memory, up to 128GB of internal storage plus a microSD card slot for expansion. The microSD slot is shared wih the second SIM slot.

The 6-inch device has a near bezel-less design with 18:9 FullHD+ (2160 x 1080) display (403PPI). In all the MIX 2 packs four cameras: twin rear cameras of 16MP and 13MP; one of which has a 2x optical zoom lens and both working together can shoot very high-def, depth of field effect pictures. At the front there's two more camera's including an 8MP 130° wide angle 'group mode' lens and an 8MP 88° wide selfie lens. The two front facing cameras even have 3D facial recognition technology that can unlock the device, however there's also the usual finger-print sensor as an alternative.

The Helio P25 include 4G LTE with VoLTE up to Cat-6 (300Mbps) download speed. In the MIX 2 it operates on FDD_LTE bands B1/B3/B7/B8/B20.

Powering it all is a large 4,060mAh battery, with USB-C external connectivity and charging, and note no 3.5mm jack. 

The Doogee MIX 2 is available in Ceramic Black, Ocean Blue and Champagne Gold.