Doogee X5 Pro 4G Smartphone Review, Specifications and Price


My first article about Doogee phones was about Doogee F5 4G Phablet which is an awesome phablet I would say. Now it’s time to also give a review of Doogee X5 Pro a 4G smartphone which awesome features and specifications. The gadget runs on the latest Android OS (Lollipop) with 2GB of RAM to give you ultimate performance.

Now it is time to focus deeply on the Doogee X5 Pro 4G Smartphone Review, Specifications and Price. Let’s assess the features of this gadget and see whether it is worth it.


Display Properties

Display is great for any smartphone. Imagine having a smartphone with better features but a 3-inch display. Personally, I won’t buy that.
Anyway that aside let’s check the display features of Doogee X5 Pro.
It runs on a 5.0-inch HD display screen with IPS screen type. Doogee X5 Pro has a display resolution of 1280 x 720 (HD 720) pixels.
It has a screen size of 143 x
72.2 x 8.8 mm. The thickness being 8.8mm makes Doogee X5 Pro a bit slimmer than some smartphones.

System Properties Review

DOOGEE X5 Pro runs on the latest of the Android OS versions ever released by Google. It runs Android 5.1 (Lollipop) OS. This gives it a better User Interface than those running on KitKat and other versions of Android plus new high speed task management and battery saving tips incorporated into Lollipop.

Doogee X5 Pro is powered by a 64bit Quad Core processor clocking at 1.3GHz. The processor uses a MediaTek MTK6735 chipset and a Mali-T720 GPU. This high speed processor combined with the 2GB RAM it offers ultimate processing speed.

Memory and Storage Review

Storage is key for any gadget nowadays. A gadget with a meager for storage isn’t worth it. Doogee isn’t a meagre though. Doogee X5 Pro stands out of the crowd with the best storage space.

Basically RAM is the primary memory in which applications are run. A larger RAM means much information can be held by the system to be worked on by the processor.
A bigger RAM combined with a better processor is blazingly faster and responsive with ultimate speeds.

Doogee X5 Pro has a 2GB RAM which upon combination with the Quad Core processor offers great processing speeds.

ROM (Internal Storage)
Nowadays everyone takes photos. More so selfies. We download songs, video clips and games. Where are these stored? Well they can only be stored in the ROM.
Doogee X5 Pro offers its version of 16GB ROM which really delivers when it comes to storage.

It also supports a MicroSD Card with expandability up to 32GB of external storage.

Camera Review

We all love to record those awesome moments that happen in our lives. How can you capture that? Through better camera, you are sure of getting high definition photographs and videos.
Doogee X5 Pro has a 5.0MP rear shooter accompanied by a LED flash to help get the best of night vision photography. The rear camera has HDR, Face beauty and anti shake features.
The selfie shooter of the Doogee X5 Pro gives ultimate selfie experience for you. It helps capture good quality pictures of yourself and also enables you to make better quality video calls.


Doogee X5 Pro is a Dual SIM smartphone with dual standby capability. It utilizes two Micro SIM.

Doogee X5 Pro is a 4G smartphone that gives you the ability to download and upload files at blazing speeds. Doogee X5 Pro works on the following broadbands.
2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
3G: WCDMA 850/1900/2100MHz
4G: FDD-LTE 800/900/1800/2100/2600MHz.

Battery Capacity Review

Doogee X5 Pro 4G smartphone is powered by a rechargeable li-ion type battery of capacity 2400mAh. It gives upto 6.8hours of talk time with a 3 days while in standby mode.

Retail Price and Availability

Doogee X5 Pro is retailing at $103 roughly Kes. 10,000/-.
Doogee X5 Pro is a Dual SIM smartphone with dual standby capability. It utilizes two Micro SIM.

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  • Pam Thompson

    I have had this phone for a month. It woks great as a little computer,video recorder and camera, however the user manual is non existent, I can discover no way to clear all of the many notifications I get daily and the phone itself is terrible. Perhaps I have a dud but when I use the phone, my voice keeper fading and breaking up and the person I am calling, cannot hear what I’m saying. I got my friend to use it to call my house phone and couldn’t understand anything she said. I’ll keep this to play with as a little computer, but as a working phone, it sucks!

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  • Android-tech

    Found a hands-on comparison video for Doogee F5, umi touch, Bluboo xtouch and Elephone P7000, you also can compare the Doogee X5 with them, F5 or X5?