DOOGEE F5 Phablet Review


The highlight of the DOOGEE F5 is the dual silicon microphone that ensure real time noise reduction and is the very first device that I will review that has 100% of the NTSC color palette and will charge from zero to full in just two and half hours.
Design
The screen to body ratio of this phablet is at 82% and being crafted from liquid metal, the phablet has probaly the strongest body frame material around albeit an exeptionally light solution to strength and durability. This is the equivalent of the advantages of glass, plastic and metal while the disadvantages are being evaded including being resistant to scratches and dents.
Form cutting was also employed to ensure that the body frame and the back cover fit perfectly. This is a great level of perfection.
The thickness of the phablet is at 7.8mm while it weighs just 171g. At the end of it all, when you hold the phablet, it has this seamless feel to it.
 
Display
With a screen size of 5.5″ The phone is at a comfortable size to enjoy games and this is not simply because of the size or the feel but ultimately because of the workings of the way the F5 give detail to each pixel of graphic. At a full HD resolution of 1080p and pixel per inch value of 401, the viewing experience from this device is phenomenal.
There is still more to be joyful for as the screen presents a 95% color saturation and a 178 degree viewing angle to ensure that even when you tilt the scree during game play you are still in the game.
As I earlier said, the 100% NTSC color palette is the highest I have ever review for any smartphone and I have to give kudos to DOOGEE on the F5.
Hardware and Storage
The phablet uses a 64-bit octa core MTK6753 processor and a Mali T-720 GPU which is the same GPU that’s in the DOOGEE F3 Pro.
There is 3GB RAM space and 16GB internal storage. There is space for memory expansion and you can add up to 64GB microSD card in the phablet.

The phone will allow you use dual 4G network with one standard sim and one micro sim.

With a battery capacity of 3000mAh, you are relatively safe. The battery can chargeto 75% in just 100 minutes.

Camera and OS
The F5 has 13MP back camera that can be interpolated to 16MP while the 5MP front camera can be interpolated to 8MP and you are sure to take really astonishing pictures.

The phablet ships with Android 5.1 and keeps a customised version of the stock UI that ensure that you get a better colour setting as well as having an interface that suits your style.
Add-Ons
The F5 phablet has a dual silicon microphone that gives real time noise reduction because one of the mics will be picking your voice while the other will be collecting sound from the environment and then process this to remove the enviroment noise from your first mic input.
The other interesting thing to note is the 360 degree fingerprint sensor that’s just under the camera and recognises up to five registered fingerprints in just half a second each.
On Point Rating 
To be ultimately sincere, I can not ask for anything better and this is the very first device that is all round for me and as such is getting the maximum 12.0 rating. This has set a bar and all other devices that I will be rating will have to be measured up aginst this beauty.
CuulGeek

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