Doogee shows the world’s first smartphone capable of supporting 4G network with virtual SIM
It is called Doogee MIX 2 and will allow users to work with a virtual SIM by hooking to the 4G network around the world. The new smartphone has been shown in Hong Kong and these are the first images.
Doogee will release a number of upgrades to support the new virtual data network system with which the smartphone users will have free access to the 4G network worldwide. The new Doogee MIX 2 will be supplied directly with this functionality with a virtual SIM made by MTK, Taiwan’s famous chipset developer. A MIX 2 model with virtual SIM support is now on display in Hong Kong where guests could try it.
The idea of ??Doogee is undoubtedly interesting especially for those who usually travel a lot in different countries where a virtual SIM could definitely solve many network issues. Yes, because the new virtual SIM system allows you to support the 4G network of over 200 servers in over a hundred countries and this means that you can always and in any case get a fast and cheap network in all these countries with no SIM change issues. Doogee MIX and MIX 2 will be the first two devices to support the virtual SIM with the Helio P25 chipset.
The MIX Series is the complete set of borderless smartphones launched this year by the company. Doogee MIX has a 5.5 “AMOLED display, while Doogee MIX 2 is larger with a full screen display of 5.99″. Except for the stunning displays, these two models are powered by a MediaTek Helio P25 processor, an efficient Octa-Core CPU built on the 16-nm FinFET technology.
Doogee MIX and MIX 2 feature features that make them extremely effective in everyday use such as facial recognition for unlocking the phone just as with iPhone X. Not only because the new Doogee MIX 2 also has the first selfie camera with sensor wide angle inserted into a full-screen smartphone.
The new Doogee MIX 2 will be launched next month.