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[Everbuying] $129 US – DOOGEE Y6 Android 6.0 6.5 inch FHD Screen 4G Phablet Octa Core 1.5GHz 3GB RAM 32GB ROM 13.0MP Rear Camera GP – Page 2 – RedFlagDeals.com Forums Visit the RedFlagDeals community Read the latest deal finds from Canada’s largest bargain hunting community, or sign up and join the discussion yourself! Visit the forums Redscott wrote: ↑ Jan 10th, 2017 9:29 am but I love Doogee style That and gangnam style.

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. Heatware 3-0 . . Homer Simpson – Marge, don’t discourage the boy! Weaseling out of things is what separates us from animals – except for the weasel. stunaz wrote: ↑ Jan 10th, 2017 8:24 am i cant shake the feeling china would have a much better time selling phones if they’d just hire a person to stop them from using idiotic names Yeah, Doogee should change to a much more sensical name, like Google, Siemens, Bose, or Disney.

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Last edited by Recoil on Jan 10th, 2017 10:23 am, edited 1 time in total. Thimble wrote:a true RFDer goes the extra mile. jwslam wrote: ↑ Jan 10th, 2017 9:59 am WRONG.

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Freedom doesn’t offer iPhones, yet everything 5s and above (and even some 5’s) can be used on Freedom Add to this list Pixel, and a few others from the Nexus line. every t-mobile phone will work as well. and things like the Moto G4 Play recently on here works too. China doesn’t use Freedom’s band, so no Chinese phone will work. ryanaz wrote: ↑ Jan 10th, 2017 10:46 am does this support all telus frequency bands? 3G yes, LTE no. The only Canadian LTE band it supports is 2600, which has mostly Canada-wide coverage on Rogers/Fido, otherwise only offered in downtown Toronto/Maritime Provinces for Bell/Telus.

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Also, this was just posted yesterday for the same price (oh, sorry, 10 cents USD more expensive ). stunaz wrote: ↑ Jan 10th, 2017 8:24 am i cant shake the feeling china would have a much better time selling phones if they’d just hire a person to stop them from using idiotic names I know, it’s really terrible.

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Even someone with 0 marketing experience could do a better job. Recoil wrote: ↑ Jan 10th, 2017 10:23 am Yeah, Doogee should change to a much more sensical name, like Google, Siemens, Bose, or Disney. you’re being disingenuous, which would be fine if you had used companies that weren’t already long established in the marketplace for your analogy.

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Tig wrote: ↑ Jan 10th, 2017 11:40 am you’re being disingenuous, which would be fine if you had used companies that weren’t already long established in the marketplace for your analogy. wearysky wrote: ↑ Jan 10th, 2017 11:32 am 3G yes, LTE no. The only Canadian LTE band it supports is 2600, which has mostly Canada-wide coverage on Rogers/Fido, otherwise only offered in downtown Toronto/Maritime Provinces for Bell/Telus.

Also, this was just posted yesterday for the same price (oh, sorry, 10 cents USD more expensive ). flyboy320 wrote: ↑ Jan 10th, 2017 8:20 am Just be careful if your buying this for Canada, it’s missing some band support, so LTE could be spotty in certain areas.

I couldn’t care less about the LTE with the miserable data limits we have in Canada. This summer i worked somethin on my car on the driveway, listening YouTube music, while my boy accidentally disconnected the router.

For 2 hours HD streaming I wasted my entire monthly limit. Doogee is terrible quality.

It’s along the lines of the cheapest stuff from any big box store (like RCA or whatever). Also, I could never get the GPS working properly.

I mean, if you get one under $100 it’s not bad but I’d be hesitant to pay out for this over a “name brand” phone. Also, my Doogee lied about the amount of RAM it actually had, so be careful.

It was (at the time) advertised as 2Gigs and had 500 mb :/ It was good as a cheap phone to learn about how they work, as I had to take it apart and replace the USB port on it after it wore out from 2 months use. So I got to practice my soldering skills. I also tried boosting the GPS antenna but didn’t have any luck with that, so I sold it. Devony wrote: ↑ Jan 10th, 2017 12:11 pm Doogee is terrible quality.

It’s along the lines of the cheapest stuff from any big box store (like RCA or whatever). Also, I could never get the GPS working properly.

I mean, if you get one under $100 it’s not bad but I’d be hesitant to pay out for this over a “name brand” phone. Also, my Doogee lied about the amount of RAM it actually had, so be careful.

It was (at the time) advertised as 2Gigs and had 500 mb :/ It was good as a cheap phone to learn about how they work, as I had to take it apart and replace the USB port on it after it wore out from 2 months use. So I got to practice my soldering skills. I also tried boosting the GPS antenna but didn’t have any luck with that, so I sold it. From the 3 Samsung Galaxy Note we have in the family only one is able to connect to satellites.

Also my kids broke many charger ports of brand-name phones Since today the difference between the chinese brands and the big-ones is much smaller than before, you can get much better new chinese phone for $170 than a new brand-name. If you want and old phone, or can pay $700 for device you’ll drop on the floor time to time….