Doogee T6 announced with 6250mAh battery; phone to be released next month

Doogee T6 announced with 6250mAh battery; phone to be released next month
Back in September, we told you about an unannounced handset, the Doogee T6, that was expected to launch in November carrying an impressive 6000mAh battery. Today, the manufacturer has made the phone official, and even raised the battery capacity slightly to 6250mAh. There seems to be an escalation in the battery race among Chinese smartphone producers. The Oukitel K6000 is now available for pre-orders stuffed with a 6000mAh power plant.

The Doogee T6 gets up to 101 hours of use between charges, according to the manufacturer. Despite the massive battery, the phone still manages to measure 9.9mm thick. While Doogee didn't mention any specs outside of the battery, previous rumors mentioned that the T6 will contain the MediaTek MT6735 chipset, which includes a quad-core CPU and the Mali-T720 MP2 GPU. 2GB of RAM is rumored to be inside, along with 16GB of non-expandable storage. The camera combo, from back to front, is said to be 8MP/2MP.

The Doogee T6 will support 2A fast charge, and with reverse charging you will be able to use it to power up other devices. Doogee says that it is on pace for a November release. At that time, we should hear about pricing and availability.

source: Doogee



1. MFJ

Posts: 22; Member since: Apr 15, 2009

Here doogee doogee doogee.......

2. danwatson

Posts: 117; Member since: Jan 03, 2012

Give me 24 hrs of heavy use and I'm good. That will get me through any rough day without a charger and at least 2 days of light/normal use in case I forget to plug it in overnight. I want to NEVER worry about my battery if I charge every night. Why we still have to stay connected to a wall on a mobile device is beyond me.

3. seret6

Posts: 279; Member since: Aug 14, 2013

Dear dan, i mean no disrespect or rudeness when i say this: Why dont u start ur own company which specializes in new battery tech development? Why arnt intel or similar processors not offering 8ghz or 10ghz quadcore chips in laptops and desktopn U moron there are limitations of science, u cant make transistors in a chip smaller than the size of an atom plus there are acute heating issues. Similarly the battery tech has come a long way. In 2012 i thought that nothing can surpass my note2 but here in 2015 my s6 edge+ is easily double in battery usage longevity. Kindly use iphone 6s plus or s6 edge plus on auto or 50% brightness before whining like a little baby. Yes battery life sucks in handsets of htc, lg or bb. But not in latest flagships of apple or samsung. Try using a $3000 laptop for emails, or movies or skype and we will see how long it can last u Pardon my harsh tone. Ur healthy critique on my opinion is more than welcomed :)

9. danwatson

Posts: 117; Member since: Jan 03, 2012

There are phones out today that offer full day battery power (including the one mentioned in this article) so I'm not sure what you are talking about. The Note 5 even has excellent battery performance with 3000mAh and I'm pretty sure 4000mAh would give me a heavy use full day. I don't know why everyone thinks I was saying that this is impossible...I don't mind charging every day, I just want to get to the end of the day without worrying about a charger. i'm pretty sure the Droid Maxx will offer a full day battery under heavy use as well. Most good phones get around 9 hrs of screen time as of now which means just a 25% boost in battery would give you a full 24hr day of 50% screen time which I would say is heavy use. That's around 4,000mAh for the battery size which is absolutely doable and way under what this phone does. With 6250mAh battery, the T6 would probably give you around 36hrs of heavy use.

4. TheYellowFlash

Posts: 45; Member since: Oct 08, 2015

Then get a zerolemon battery power case or a power bank with 2.1A output

5. Hexa-core

Posts: 2131; Member since: Aug 11, 2015

To never have to worry about your battery life under HEAVY usage? then buy a car battery.

10. danwatson

Posts: 117; Member since: Jan 03, 2012

Why, there are plenty of phones that offer a single day of heavy use including the one above: I'm just wishing/hoping more mainstream phones make this a priority

8. WallStreet

Posts: 256; Member since: Sep 21, 2014

Buy a Sony and a large zerolemon!

6. drifter77

Posts: 402; Member since: Jun 12, 2015

16GB of non-expandable storage?

7. WallStreet

Posts: 256; Member since: Sep 21, 2014

Buy a Sony and a large zerolemon!

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