Ultra budget Doogee HomTom HT3 850 1900 2100 3G
HomTom aka Doogee has been around for a couple of years already and have been slowly pushing their way into the European and UK markets. Some of the HomTom mobiles feature huge batteries, but the one we’re taking a look at today is exciting for a few reasons besides its 3000mAh battery.
Doogee HomTom HT3 specs specifications
- SoC: MT6580
- CPU: 4-core [email protected]
- GPU: Mali-400
- RAM: 1GB
- ROM storage: 8GB
- Display: 5.0″@720P IPS 2.5D
- TF SD expandable: Yes
- Dual-SIM: Yes
- Rear camera: 5MP
- Front camera: 2MP
- 2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
- 3G: WCDMA 850/1900/2100MHz
While it doesn’t boast the most powerful SoC, the MT6580 is a very capable chipset, running Android on 720P mobiles without issue.
The battery is 3000mAh, which is nicely sized given the 5.0″ display and 720P resolution and should give users about 6-7 hours onscreen time. Indeed, this is a bigger battery than what’s coming in many 5.5″ 1080P phones these days.
The 3G frequencies of 850/1900/2100, make it a great 3G phone for most of the world, including N/C/S America.
The best thing about the HomTom HT3? The price. Available now for an incredibly low $59.99. If you have a carrier that supports the above frequencies, consider the HomTom HT3.https://gizbeat.com/9668/ultra-budget-doogee-homtom-ht3-850-1900-2100-3g/https://gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/doogee-ht3-1452216791236556943.jpghttps://gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/doogee-ht3-1452216791236556943-150x150.jpgDoogeeFeaturedHomTomMT6580MTK6580RecentHomTom aka Doogee has been around for a couple of years already and have been slowly pushing their way into the European and UK markets. Some of the HomTom mobiles feature huge batteries, but the one we're taking a look at today is exciting for a few reasons besides...Damian Parsonshttps://plus.google.com/107879368390224447304 [email protected]AdministratorHi, I'm Damian Parsons. I've been working with Android phones since the first Droid came out. I'm fascinated by computers and technology. My first BBS were ran on an old Apple IIc and Commodore 64. I work hard to bring the latest updates to you every day - without all the boring fluff. Please subscribe to keep up on the newest China tech. See our forum -> www.chinaphonearena.comGizBeat