Doogee to Launch iPhone X Clone With in-display Finger Print Sensor

iPhone X came with a bang with exciting features however many people couldn’t afford the device being costly. Now a Chinese smartphone brand Doggee is about to launch replica of iPhone X with their brand name. This is a good news for people who wanted to buy iPhone X however couldn’t afford it. Doogee to Launch iPhone X Clone With in-display Finger Print Sensor.

No doubt it was the year of notch and different devices incorporating sensors just like iPhone X’s sensor packed notch keep on coming. The Doogee V looks very close to an iPhone X having the front notch with screen wrapping around it into the corners.

Doogee to Launch iPhone X Clone With in-display Finger Print Sensor

Doogee V is incorporated with a display that touches the bottom of the phone and vertically stacked rear cameras but no fingerprint sensor is added at the back of the phone. There are rumors that Doogee V has fingerprint sensor built into the screen. It means Doogee is not using Face ID technology like iPhone X. It also means that the notch is unnecessary. However it is made to perfectly mimic the iPhone but as expected it do not have same features inside.

Doogee V has an earpiece, a selfie camera, and an ambient light sensor, from the looks of it. The phone also has USB-C and a headphone jack. Price of the phone is not announced yet but it is evident that it will be cost effective. It has 6.2 inch display which make it a perfect large screen phone.

We are waiting for detailed specifications of the device and will provide you as soon as we get to know about them. We have extracted these features from the teaser of V device launched by Doogee. The company plans to release more details on 27th, February, 2017.

It is not known whether this device will launch in Pakistan or not. Till than let’s be positive and wait for it.

Also Read: iPhone X SE: Leaks Reveal Apple’s Most Expensive Smartphone Ever

Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.
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