The Doogee Y100 Pro is available from Coolicool, which has stocks in both its Chinese and European warehouses. The Y100 Pro is billed by Doogee with slogans such as “To be perfect” and “Pioneering seamless design.” Each detail was meticulously designed, engineered and crafted. The back was taken as seriously as the front, for the sake of beauty.
- Android 5.1 Lollipop
- 5in HD (1280 x 720, 294 ppi) 2.5D IPS display
- 802.11b/g/n WiFi
- 3.5mm headphone jack
- 8Mp (boosted to 13Mp with software) Sony rear camera, LED flash, f/2.0 aperture
- 5Mp (boosted to 8Mp with software) front camera
- 2200mAh battery
- charges up to 70 percent in half an hour
- Bluetooth 4.0
- 1GHz MediaTek MTK6735 quad-core processor
- 2GB RAM
- 16GB storage
- microSD support up to 128GB
- dual-SIM dual standby (one standard, one Micro-SIM)
- 4G LTE (supports all three UK LTE bands)
It is also possible that we have been spoiled by a run of metal-framed budget phones simply that look far more expensive than they are; after all, we’d never expect a premium design from a £100 phone. The screen is prone to attracting fingerprints and, even though it is a sensible size at 5 inch and pretty sharp with its HD res by offering 294 ppi, it isn’t overly bright.
Colors are realistic, but given the fact all the wallpapers, icons and menus have a black theme we would prefer to see deeper blacks. In Geekbench 3, used to measure overall processing functionality, the Doogee turned in 491 points single core and 1401 multi core.
That is on par with the Galaxy Core Prime, which was capable of 472- and 1429 points respectively, but behind the Just 5’s 736- and 2183 points. We also ran AnTuTu, but the Y100 Pro’s 18,326-point score was some way behind the Blaster 2’s 33,161.
Doogee Valencia 2 Y100 Pro is offering an amazing style and specifications, which are totally acceptable all round Android phones.