Doogee’s got an upcoming smartphone with a 22,000mAh battery


Most of the smartphones we see these days come with batteries that typically range from 4,500mAh to 5,500mAh, which for the most part will last about a day to a day and a half, depending on how you use your phone.

For those who might suffer from battery anxiety, then you might be interested to learn that according to a report from GSMArena, it seems that Doogee has a new phone that they plan to launch next month called the Doogee V Max that could be packing an insane 22,000mAh battery.

This means that, once again, depending on how you use your phone, it could last you as long as a week, which is pretty crazy if you think about it. The only downside is that its rumored charging speeds is at 33W, which means that it will probably take you quite a while to charge it back to full.

Other rumored specs about the Doogee V Max includes a  6.58-inch FHD+ 120Hz IPS display, and under the hood, a MediaTek Dimensity 1080 chipset can be found along with 12GB of RAM that can be virtually expanded to 19GB (meaning that the additional 7GB will be borrowed from the phone’s storage).

It will also come with 256GB of UFS 3.1 storage and on the back of the phone, a triple camera can be found with a 108MP main shooter, a 20MP Night Vision camera, and a 16MP ultrawide. The phone has also been designed to be rugged with an IP68/IP69 rating for water and dust resistance, along with MIL-STD-810H certification.

Source: GSMArena

Tyler Lee
A graphic novelist wannabe. Amateur chef. Mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Writer of tech with over a decade of experience. Juggles between using a Mac and Windows PC, switches between iOS and Android, believes in the best of both worlds.

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