Doogee S99 is Designed to Be the First Rugged Phone with 64MP Night Vision

For Doogee, who specializes in making affordable and rugged smartphones, December is a month of harvest. In addition to the launch of the V30 flagship with an eSIM feature this month, Doogee is getting to release another powerful weapon, the . Expected to hit the market later this month.

The S99’s most striking bit underneath its reinforced body is the imaging system. There is the triple-camera setup on the back with a 108 MP AI main camera, a 16 MP ultrawide and macro camera, and the showstopper—a 64 MP Night Vision camera with two strong IR emitters. The powerful 64MP night vision will allow you to see clearly in the dark and capture an accurate image in a 15-meter to 20-meter range. Please be noted that we are not talking about “night mode” here; we are talking about real night vision, like those available on security cameras or dedicated NV goggles. 

Designed with a shining galactic ring where two LEDs and two powerful infrared lights locate and a premium metal combination, the Doogee S99 offers a 6.3″ LCD FHD+ waterdrop screen and runs on the Helio G96 chipset by MediaTek. It also comes with 15GB RAM (8GB+7GB Extended) and 128GB plus 1TB expandable ROM. The rugged phone is also armed with a 6000mAh high-capacity battery supported by both 33W thunder charging and 15W wireless charging. 

Carrying on the legacy of Doogee’s rugged phones, the S99 has IP68 and IP69K ratings of water and dust resistance, and 1.8-meter drop-to-concrete resilience. However, the Doogee S99 makes itself stand out by putting its most advanced 64MP night vision camera on a rugged phone for the first time. 

Other cool features include NFC, a comprehensive navigation system backed by GPS, Glonass, Galileo, and Beidou, and side fingerprint recognition… 

The Doogee S99 will make its global debut on December 22nd to 23rd at a limited discount price of $179 from its original price of $329. It will be available on both AliExpress and for purchase.  


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