Doogee has just launched a new smartphone, the Doogee N50, succeeding the N40-series. The device is expected to be on sales from April 17 at a price tag of just $89.99. Obviously, the N50 is a budget device, but it is still has some decent specifications, especially considering the price point.
The phone is powered by a Unisoc T606 chipset, offering satisfactory performance for running apps and games without significant lags. The phone also comes with an enormous 8GB of RAM and a 128GB of storage, which is relatively impressive for a phone in this price range. The device supports memory cards, although the tray is hybrid.
The phone has a 6.52-inch display with a resolution of 720×1600 (269 ppi), which is standard for a budget phone. The phone comes with a 4200mAh battery, which supports slightly accelerated charging at 18 watts.
The Doogee N50 features an 8-megapixel front camera and a 50+2-megapixel rear camera, equipped with the Samsung ISOCELL JN1 sensor, which is a popular camera sensor in this category of smartphones. The photo quality is expected to be decent, considering the class of the smartphone and its price.
The phone does not have an NFC module, but it features a fingerprint scanner, Type-C USB, dual-band Wi-Fi, and runs on Google’s Android 13 OS out of the box. Doogee said the sales of the N50 will begin from April 17, and it will be sold via Aliexpress. We have provided the full specification of the device HERE.