Hot on the heels of releasing the Mix in June, Doogee is back to release the Mix 2 just four months later.
The Mix 2 features a host of improvements like a larger battery, an 18:9 display, and a refined design, but the headliner of the Mix 2 just might be the quad-camera setup.
Dual-camera setups are becoming the norm of the rear of the phones in 2017, but it’s not often that you see dual front cameras as well.
You’ll get a standard 8 MP 88-degree lens as well as a wider angle 130-degree lens that Doogee has designed to capture selfies with entire groups of friends.
It’s calling it the “wefie,” but we will refuse to use that term from here on out.
Doogee is going to use that front-facing camera setup for facial recognition too.