Amazing Deal: Doogee F3 Pro for $159.99


The Doogee F3 Pro. I don’t even know where to start with this thing.

The Doogee F3 Pro is a flagship phone in its own right. It has everything you would expect from a $700 phone, all for $159.99 from Gearbest.

The device uses a 1.5 GHz octa core ARM Cortex-A53 processor. This is top of the line. That octa core processor powers a 5″ 1080p IPS LCD.

All of that and it has 3 GB of RAM, which is huge! This is an unlocked phone here. With specs like these, you would expect to pay this price with a two year contract, but there’s no contract required here. This is a flagship killer, as OnePlus would say.

Then there’s the camera, which is what I’m really excited about here. The Doogee F3 Pro uses a Samsung S5K3M2 lens, which is 13 MP. The aperture is f/2.2, which is great for low light performance.

The really great thing about the rear camera on the Doogee F3 Pro is that it includes phase detection autofocus (PDAF). PDAF is what allows users to take perfectly focused, crystal clear photos with an iPhone 6 or a Samsung Galaxy S6. Do you remember last year’s iPhone event when Apple made a big deal about focus pixels? This is what they were talking about, except this phone costs $500 less than either of those.

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Then there’s the front camera. The front camera is 8 MP with a 78º wide angle lens and an f/2.2 aperture, so you can get plenty of group selfies in there and you have plenty of room to crop them without losing quality.

This is a very high end phone at a very low price. I invite you to take a look at the market around you. Find another phone with a 5″ 1080p display (441 ppi) for this price. Find another phone with 3 GB of RAM at this price. Find a phone with PDAF for this price. Find a phone with an 8 MP front camera for this price.

You couldn’t find any of those. You’re not going to find anything with all of those for this price.

You can grab the Doogee F3 Pro right here from Gearbest for ONLY $159.99!

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Rich Woods

Being a computer programmer wasn't enough to fulfill his love of technology. In 2013, Rich founded For the Love of Tech and has been writing about his love of tech ever since.

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