DOOGEE V30 Series Positioned To Lead the High-end Rugged Smartphone Market with Dimensity 900 Chipset

DOOGEE V30 Series Positioned To Lead the High-end Rugged Smartphone Market with Dimensity 900 Chipset

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DOOGEE V series rugged phones are flagship models that carry the most recent technologies of the time. The DOOGEE takes a lot of pride in its V series and designs them to stand out. For example, earlier this year, the DOOGEE V20 5G with an innovative rear display was released to much acclaim and quickly became the most loved and sold the rugged phone.

DOOGEE is preparing the next device in the V series line-up dubbed DOOGEE V30 series. This series includes the V30, V30 Pro, V Max, and V Max Pro models with different price points and slightly different features.

All the models in this series will adopt MediaTek 6nm chipsets with the higher-end V30 Pro and V Max Pro going with Dimensity 900 chipset. V30 series smartphones will be the first and the only rugged phone to sport these processors when they hit the market.

The new MediaTek Dimensity 900 chipset brings extra advantages including Bluetooth 5.2, 4k video recording, encoding capabilities at 30fps, better LPDDR5 RAM, faster UFS 3.1 storage, 120Hz refresh rate, and Wi-Fi 6.

The V30 series also stand out design-wise. The back is covered by a deerskin and a ceramic strip lines the edges. These aren’t typical materials you would expect from phones designed to withstand drops, dunks in water, and withstand extreme weather. But they do add a certain aesthetic value and feel great in the palm. The materials are also lighter, more durable, and improve signal transmission.

This is exclusive, and we are hoping you will be interested in publishing the story first. Attached are some rendered pictures of the V30 series. There is also a screenshot of the side-by-side comparison of the MediaTek Dimensity 900 and Dimensity 700 to see the improvements the V30 series come with.

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