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Doogee S100 Pro Markdown at Amazon Prime Day
Doogee S100 Pro Markdown at Amazon Prime Day

New Delhi:- The Doogee S100 Pro is the most massive mobile phone ever made and tested in decades. It comes in packing with all the cool features like camping lights and also with a night vision camera. Now people can get the massive and intense mobile phones at a great discount on Amazon Prime Day.

This uneven mobile Android phone has a standby time of 2350 hours and is also $114 off on the Amazon Prime Day sale now.

With smartphones obsessed with getting thinner and lighter, the Doogee S100 Pro bucks that trend. It's arguably the biggest, thickest, and heaviest smartphone I've ever reviewed, weighing just under a pound. Yes, this is a giant smartphone. And on Amazon Prime Day this year, you'll get a whopping 23% off, $490 phones for $376. 

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The S100 Pro is so huge it puts my iPhone 14 Pro Max to shame and makes even larger phones like the Ulefone Power Armor 18T with a thermal camera look petite. 

It's hard to say anything new about smartphones. There are glass and plastic plates. They all look the same, work the same, and in most cases do essentially the same job. But size and weight alone make the S100 Pro stand out from the crowd.  

The previous generation S100 had a staggering 10,800mAh battery, and I thought it was an absolute monster. The S100 Pro is more than double that of his, with a battery capacity increased to his 22,000mAh. This is a truly gigantic battery, bigger than many high-capacity power banks, and the handset has a whopping 2350 hours of standby time. In fact, the handset supports reverse charging, so it can be used as a power bank to charge other devices.

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It's such a big battery that it's best charged using a cable and the included 66W charger (and even that fast charge felt slow in my testing), but 15W wireless fast charging (not fast at all!) is also supported. 

In terms of performance, Android 12 runs smoothly on a 2.2 GHz Helio G99 octa-core processor and 12 GB RAM. If you need more RAM (I haven't found a case where you need it, but it's possible), you can expand in 8GB increments up to 20 GB.

The whopping 256GB of storage is also pretty good, but you can increase it up to 2TB with a microSD card. 2TB microSD cards aren't in production yet, so you'll have to settle for 1 TB. However, there are many fake microSD cards out there, so buy only quality brands. Lexar 1TB card is recommended.

When it comes to ruggedness, the S100 Pro is rated IP68, IP69K, and MIL-STD-810H, meaning it can withstand drops up to 6 feet and immersion in 4 feet of water for 30 minutes. Everything is protected from dirt, including the SIM tray, with a very good silicone seal.  

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On the back are three cameras: a 20-megapixel Sony IMX350 night vision camera, a 108-megapixel Samsung HM2 main camera, and a 16-megapixel wide-angle and macro camera. This is pretty much what I would expect from his Doogee phone. It's more than adequate for things like social media, but the image quality falls short when compared to the output of modern iPhones and high-end Android devices.  

Beneath the camera assembly is what Doogee calls a "camping light." This is an LED COB (Chip on Board) array with an output of 130 lumens. It's super bright and the phone can keep that power for 18 hours, but that super bright light has 1/2 and 1/4 settings.

This light has a reach of about 20 meters at full power, making it a great work or camping light (although I'm not sure I'd take such a bulky handset on a hike!). However, be aware that the blinking mode is very confusing, especially for those who are sensitive to vision problems. 

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Like many Doogee smartphones, this one also comes with a night vision mode, so if you want to see your surroundings in the dark, you can. I don't use this feature very often. Because in the dark you have to stare at an ultra-bright screen, which interferes with your nighttime vision and blinds people around you.

If you're looking for an absolutely massive power bank for your Android smartphone, this is definitely worth a look, especially during the Amazon Prime Day sale. Not only is this a rugged smartphone, it's probably one of the most rugged power banks I've tested. 

The new massive Android mobile phone is now on live sale on Amazon Prime Day and also at a whopping discount. It has got many features and also much great backup feature.

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