Just a week ago, Spain-based phone manufacturer Doogee announced the S60, a mostly-unremarkable durable phone. The best part about the device was the accompanying press release, which was filled to the brim with hilarious spelling errors. Doogee just unveiled the ‘Mix 2,’ and the announcement is almost as entertaining as the S60’s.
With taglines such as ‘To a wider world” and “Minimal bezels, maximal views,” the Mix 2 is somewhere between an LG G6 and a Galaxy S8 in regards to design. There’s a 1080×2160 18:9 (presumably LCD) display, a MediaTek Helio P25 processor, 6GB of RAM, 64GB of expandable storage, and 4,060mAh of battery capacity. The press release says “Despite the fancy new techniques in DOOGEE MIX 2, it is still a flagship.” I’m not quite sure what that means.
Doogee says the Mix 2 is the first Android phone “using face recognition to unlock the full display.” I’m not sure what the company means there, considering Android has had face unlock (albeit a very basic form) since Ice Cream Sandwich. Unfortunately, like many recent phones, the Mix 2 doesn’t have a headphone jack. There’s an adapter in the box, “in case you are getting used to the usual headphone.”
If you can’t wait to buy one, you’ll be happy to know that it’s “not far away from getting into the market.” More information about the Mix 2 is available from Doogee’s website. Sadly, there is no Game of Thrones Edition available, like the S60.
Source : androidpolice