Doogee unleashes 4 innovative smartphones

Shenzhen-based Doogee is not one for the humdrum. While most other smartphones sport mostly similar technologies, this maker has decided to go for the different feel with four new phones — the transparent Doogee TT, flip camera Mix 3, slide phone Mix 4, and flexible screen phone.

First up is the Doogee TT with the letter “T” representing “transparent”.  Sporting a see-through body, it looks like a piece of glass. No circuit or component is visible yet the phone is usable by touching either side of the transparent touchscreen.

Upon touch, the liquid crystal molecules inside the glass are stimulated by electric current to form text, icons and images.

It’s perfect for phone zombies who can now see the surroundings while using the phone, protecting them from bumping into people or obstacles.

Next is the Doogee Mix 3, a flip camera full-screen smartphone with an in-display fingerprint scanner to replace the Home key and ensure the integrity of display. At the same time, the front-facing camera is removed to a flip holder located on the back shell.

It’s ideal for selfies as the flip holder can be stood up for taking shots.

The Doogee Mix 4 is a slide full-screen smartphone that’s reminiscencent of the early days of the mobile phone.  The front-facing camera, flash light and sensor on the back cover part under the upper slider. The user only needs to slide down the cover when using the front lens to take a photo.

It also has an in-display fingerprint chip on the 5.99-inch screen.

Finally, there’s the tentatively named Doogee flexible smartphone that boasts a full-display that is bendable lengthwise. It takes advantage of the AMOLED screen to create a wider vision.

Showcased at the recent Mobile World Congress, the four smartphones will be mass produced at a later date.

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