DOOGEE X95: A sub-US$60 smartphone with outdated internals encased in a modern design
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The DOOGEE X95 is certainly cheap. Retailing for US$59.99, it must be one of the most affordable smartphones released running Android 10. Its 4,350 mAh battery should keep the device ticking over nicely too, while its design looks surprisingly modern.
A look at the spec sheet reveals the X95's entry-level credentials, though. DOOGEE has equipped the device with a 6.52-inch display running at 1,200 x 540, along with 2 GB of RAM and a choice of 16 GB or 32 GB of storage. Underpinning the X95 is a MediaTek MT6737, a chipset that offered limited performance when we reviewed it in the Asus ZenFone 3 Max ZC520TL in 2017. Similarly, the MT6737 proved the undoing of the Blackview A8 Max and Nokia 1. Then there is the micro USB port, which is a blast from the past.
The X95 has three rear-facing cameras too, the primary of which being a 13 MP sensor. We would certainly be intrigued to see how Android 10 runs on the MT6737 and 2 GB of RAM, though.