The market for a great-looking smartphone is relatively robust, but when you start asking for a device that’s both aesthetically-pleasing and can take on the world’s harshest inhibitors, the crowd thins. Luckily, Doogee’s newly-introduced S95 Pro has the minority’s best interests in mind, offering users a durable, rugged platform that’s been built to withstand a lifetime of abuse.
Aside from its attractive exterior, the Doogee S95 Pro is decidedly well-built. It features a high-end modular design that’s both sleek and functionally oriented, as well as a set of Sony IMX582 AI cameras that pan out to around 48-megapixels per capture. Modern amenities like wireless charging, fingerprint/face ID, and NFC Google Play operate smoothly thanks to the phone’s Helio P90 chip and Android 9.0 OS, giving it performance capabilities that rival even the industry’s best smartphones. But what makes the S95 Pro so special is its durability. It’s been tested to depths of three-meters and will survive fully immersed for around four hours, thanks to its IP68 waterproof rating, and comes complete with an industry-leading rubber exterior that’s been sourced from off-road vehicle tires to withstand drops from two-meters in height. If you’re looking for a mil-spec phone that performs, and looks, like the industry’s top dogs, the Doogee S95 Pro is available now via the company’s website for $400.
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