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Doogee T6 Announced with a Massive 6250mAh Battery

We’ve seen a couple of little known Chinese companies come up with smartphones that have impressive batteries, such as Oukitel and Innos. Another company that you probably haven’t heard of is Doogee, but if you’re in the market for smartphones with great battery life, then you might consider the new Doogee T6 for your short list.

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The phone has been made official with a battery capacity of 6250mAh. Initial rumors pegged the device to have a 6000 mAh capacity, but the Oukitel K6000 is now available for pre-orders with the same capacity, so it seems that Doogee didn’t want their device to have the same capacity. This way, they can safely say that their device has a bigger battery, and subsequently could have a better battery life.

The Doogee T6 is said to get up to 101 hours of use between charges, and despite the bulky battery, it measures only 9.9mm in thickness. Unfortunately, for the time being the company has revealed only the battery capacity, as the rest of the specs are still a mystery. Obviously, the smartphone is going to run Android. However, if previous rumors are going to be true, then this is what it could feature:

  • MediaTek MT6735 chipset – quad-core CPU and the Mali-T720 MP2 GPU
  • 2GB of RAM along with 16GB of non-expandable storage
  • 8MP/2MP cameras
  • 2A fast charge with reverse charging

The device should become available this November, and that’s when we’ll receive the full specs sheet, along with details regarding its pricing and availability. Our smartphones undergo heavy usage, as we rely on them for a quite a wide range of activities, so in time, the battery gets worn out.

And since the overall battery technology hasn’t yet seen any revolutionary leaps, these small Chinese companies speculate consumers’ need for a device that wouldn’t drop dead when they need it the most. What are you looking at when buying a smartphone? Would you be willing to ‘risk’ buying a device built by a little known company but which has a big battery? Let us know in the comments section from below.

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