New Extraordinary Flagship Made from Liquid Metal is Coming Soon – Doogee F2015

Doogee F2015 is getting released soon, made of liquid metal

The Chinese company Doogee is getting ready to launch Doogee F2015 made of liquid metal alloy

Doogee is among the youngest manufacturers in China that always aims something special in each model smartphone it releases. The upcoming handset of the company is the extraordinary Doogee F2015. What is the special about it? Doogee has made the corpus of the smartphone of liquid metal. This material is familiar to fans of tennis and golf and sports equipment because it is used for the manufacturing of different elements of the equipment. Few of the biggest advantages of the liquid metal are its endurance and the vibration-absorbing capabilities. The benefit from using the material for manufacturing of smartphones is the extra resistance it provides against scratches.

Specs-wise the Doogee F2015 comes with a 5.5-inch display, 1080p. The screen is 2.5D curved glass and it has Corning Gorilla Glass 3 on top. The upcoming flagship of Doogee is promising an excellent performance thanks to the octa-core CPU 1.5GHz with 64-bit architecture and MediaTek MT-6753 chip and 3GB RAM. By default there are 16GB native memory that can be expanded via microSD cards. The F2015 is running on Android 5.1 Lollipop out-of-the-box. If you expect to see decent cameras equipped in the smartphone, you won’t be disappointed. It is outfitted with a 13MP snapper with dual-LED flash on the rear side and an 8MP camera on the face panel. The large battery that keeps the Doogee F2015 ready to work is with a capacity of 3000mAh.

The flagship is provided with a fingerprint sensor. Except the premium materials that are used for the manufacturing of the handset, the F2015 stands-out with a stylish design with 1mm side bezels and only 7.8mm thick panel. Stay tuned for more information about launch date, availability and price of the next flagship of Doogee. The first country where the phone will go for sells is China.

Source: AndroidHeadlines

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