Doogee Mix 2 Review

We finally have time to drop our verdict on our first phone check from Doogee - here' s our review on the Doogie Mix 2


Doogee Mix 2 dropped in the Mediatek MT6757 octa-core processor and their custom OS based on a bit old Android 7.1.1 Nougat. At first, it was a-ok in the few minutes of multi tasking but coz the SoC was made from 28 nm archictecture, we felt some heat after a few minutes of using especially on LTE. Good stuff that their custom UI has an app drawer which is pretty rare for Chinese-based brands


Connectivity was a-ok on this phone from calls, texts, mobile data, Bluetooth, WiFi and special mention to LTE as as you can select 4G only in the settings menu


On battery test, not that efficient 28 nm processor continued to contribute on the average impressions on our video battery rundown test with it's 4,060 mAh battery, it only managed to give us 12 hours and 20 minutes of running time. Saving grace was the quick charging feature of the provided travel charger at around 2 hours and 10 minutes. Using it as a main driver in heavy usage with 5 1/2 hours of screen-on-time in most of the days, it barely gave us to have around 5% remaining on our battery pack before we sleep

Doogee Mix 2 was one of the country's first to have four cameras in a smartphone. Two of them are for bokeh purposes which for us - not recommended to use it so we stick to use the main cameras for our camera samples. At least, it was plain a-ok in terms of output but the image processing time was a bit slow for us at around 1.5 seconds.








Unfortuanately even though we were one of the latest bloggers to review this phone, we did not receive a software update which might improve on the UI as well as for possible battery and camera improvements. As of this time, international prices of Doogee Mix 2 is now between Php 10,800 to around Php 12,000 for it's given performance is almost no good at this time plus the lackbuster battery life to the point that even phones with at least 3,000 mAh battery and more efficient 14 nm processor can easily beat this phone. For us, it is 2.5 out of 5 for the Doogie Mix 2

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January 28, 2019

Doogee Mix 2 Review

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We finally have time to drop our verdict on our first phone check from Doogee - here' s our review on the Doogie Mix 2


Doogee Mix 2 dropped in the Mediatek MT6757 octa-core processor and their custom OS based on a bit old Android 7.1.1 Nougat. At first, it was a-ok in the few minutes of multi tasking but coz the SoC was made from 28 nm archictecture, we felt some heat after a few minutes of using especially on LTE. Good stuff that their custom UI has an app drawer which is pretty rare for Chinese-based brands


Connectivity was a-ok on this phone from calls, texts, mobile data, Bluetooth, WiFi and special mention to LTE as as you can select 4G only in the settings menu


On battery test, not that efficient 28 nm processor continued to contribute on the average impressions on our video battery rundown test with it's 4,060 mAh battery, it only managed to give us 12 hours and 20 minutes of running time. Saving grace was the quick charging feature of the provided travel charger at around 2 hours and 10 minutes. Using it as a main driver in heavy usage with 5 1/2 hours of screen-on-time in most of the days, it barely gave us to have around 5% remaining on our battery pack before we sleep

Doogee Mix 2 was one of the country's first to have four cameras in a smartphone. Two of them are for bokeh purposes which for us - not recommended to use it so we stick to use the main cameras for our camera samples. At least, it was plain a-ok in terms of output but the image processing time was a bit slow for us at around 1.5 seconds.








Unfortuanately even though we were one of the latest bloggers to review this phone, we did not receive a software update which might improve on the UI as well as for possible battery and camera improvements. As of this time, international prices of Doogee Mix 2 is now between Php 10,800 to around Php 12,000 for it's given performance is almost no good at this time plus the lackbuster battery life to the point that even phones with at least 3,000 mAh battery and more efficient 14 nm processor can easily beat this phone. For us, it is 2.5 out of 5 for the Doogie Mix 2

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