The Chinese company Doogee started out as a divine plagiarist of successful phones. Over time, however, this copier has become a manufacturer specializing in durable phones that boast excellent equipment and truly giant batteries. And the same will be the case with the upcoming Doogee model, called V Max, which should arrive soon.
Doogee V Max
Doogee is expected to unveil several new products over the next month, both rugged phones and tablets. Among them, the V Max phone will certainly stand out, which will impress on several fronts. According to the leaked specs highlighted by GSMArena, we really have something to look forward to.
The display will be quite ordinary and we expect a 6.58-inch IPS panel that will offer FullHD+ resolution and 120Hz frequency. The design looks interesting though, which is obviously inspired by Vertu phones (remember them still?) and the back has a faux leather-like texture. The phone won’t lack a programmable button or increased durability – IP68/IP69 and MIL-STD-810H standard.
Endurance will be a record
One of the main features of this novelty will be the battery, or the battery life per charge. The manufacturer will fit a 22,000 mAh battery in the V Max, which is really something, and such a large battery should last around 6 to 10 days in normal use. So if you’re looking for a phone made for long trips to the outdoors, the Doogee V Max will be perfect for that.
Charging then has a power of 33 W, so it’s clear that it will take an hour to charge to 100%. More than sufficient performance will be provided by the Dimensity 1300 processor with 5G support, 12 GB of RAM (+ 7 GB in the form of virtual expansion) and internal storage will offer a size of 256 GB. The camera will be triple, with a resolution of 108 + 20 + 16 MP, with a 20 MP lens for use at night.
It will be a galloping
It’s clear that a rugged phone with such a bulky battery is going to be one heck of a beast, and indeed it will be. According to the first information, the Doogee V Max will have a 27.3mm waist, so it’s definitely not going to be a device for everyone, and we’re also expecting a hefty weight, easily around half a kilogram or more. The phone will run out of the box on Android 12 and should arrive within the next month.