DOOGEE V Expected to Ship with Flexible Full Screen and In-Display Fingerprint Sensor

DOOGEE V

DOOGEE is gearing up to launch a new smartphone named DOOGEE V with a flexible full-screen coupled with an in-display fingerprint sensor. The company has gone one step ahead in a bid to combat competition from other manufacturers. According to company sources, the DOOGEE V will launch in 2018 with a massive 8GB RAM alongside 128GB internal storage.

The main intention of the flexible screen is to provide users with a comfortable user experience. The flexible display rumored to ship with DOOGEE V will not only have higher screen ratio but also improves the viewing angle considerably. Moreover, the display will be suitable for human retinal radian to improve visual effect drastically.

The upcoming DOOGEE V will be manufactured using customized material instead of ordinary glass and will be more elastic than other standard smartphones. The AMOLED display will be designed in such a way to look thin, lighter and durable. The highlight is that the device will work in low power consumption.

As you can see from the above video, the rumored DOOGEE V looks very slim. Moreover, you can flex the display to the maximum extent.

The DOOGEE V will ship with in-display optical fingerprint sensor manufactured by Synaptics. The sensor is embedded under the surface of the screen. You will be able to unlock the smartphone with one-touch biometric authentication directly on the touch area.

The highlight is that the fingerprint sensor is water-resistant and scratchproof via cover glass protection. It is also possible to unlock the handset with a wet finger. You can work with the DOOGEE V from any angle even though the device is placed on the table. Based on rumors, the DOOGEE V will be available in 8GB LPDDR4X RAM alongside 128GB storage model. You need not have to delete any apps to store images and other data because of the massive 128GB storage.

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We hope the imaging department will set new benchmarks but we don’t have any information about the camera and pricing aspects. We will continue to keep track of the developments. Stay tuned.

 

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