Doogee HomTom HT7 offers 5.5-inch display for USD 39

Doogee HomTom HT7 offers 5.5-inch display for USD 39

The Chinese smartphone market has seen the arrival of one more interesting smartphone made by a Chinese company. We are talking here about the brand new Doogee HomTom HT7 smartphone, which offers a large 5.5-inch display at 720p resolution for just USD 39.

Well, truth to be told just 20 smartphones a day are sold with this price tag but in case you badly want a HomTom HT7 handset the regular price is USD 59. This price, however, includes a phone case and a protective cover for the smartphone, so users should not feel cheated. The protective cover will prevent the smarphone from becoming scratched so this is nice. In addition to these features the HomTom HT7 offers a quad-core processor at 1.3 GHz from MediaTek, 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal memory, an 8 MP rear camera, a 5 MP front shooter and a 3000 mAh battery, which, according to Doogee, can provide enough power under 3G networks for up to three days. Unfortunately the HomTom HT7 does not support LTE but we can’t really complain given the price of the device.

The new HomTom HT7 smartphone is available now in two colors – Vibrant White and Elegant Black. By the way the promotional price of USD 39 will last until December 15. After this date the handset will be available for USD 59 only but even then it will be one of the most affordable smartphones money can currently buy.

Source: Doogee

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