Doogee MIX Review

30 Juni 2017, 17:53:20

Doogee MIX Review
The review unit has been provided by Banggood.com

OS, UI and software

Doogee MIX runs on Android 7.0 Nougat enhanced with Doogee's view on UI. The Lock screen contains shortcuts to the Voice search and Camera app. By default, the Notifications appear on it as well as the shortcut to the Users menu. A swipe lands you on the Home screen. Where the first thing that you'll notice is a funny animation. If you drag it down, you will access a list of free online themes available for download. A swipe to the right gives you access to a news tool called Know On. The Home screen has a Search bar, a Clock widget, and a Weather one. The latter is pretty simplified and you can access it by clicking on the Weather icon next to the Clock widget. The Notifications and Quick Settings layout is traditional Android N one. The Task Manager is accessed from the onscreen Menu button. It has a Clear all function and a Settings one, which leads to a White list of apps, which you'd like to be safe from automatic clearing. Split-screen mode is enabled. The pre-installed apps are accessed from the App tray. They appear on one screen and are separated in alphabetic order. If new apps are installed, they will appear in this list and also on screens successive to the Home one.
A longer press on an empty space on the Home screen opens the Widgets menu. The one on Doogee MIX is very customised and looks like no one else's. The DIY (do-it-yourself) option allows you to change the icon and label size, the label colour, change the app animations and delete them. You can also choose from a number of screen transition effects. The second option is the Theme and Wallpaper one. It gives you access to both online and offline themes and wallpapers to choose from - all available for free. Add Tools is the third option and from there you can add widgets and app shortcuts to your Home screen. The Launcher Settings allow a good deal of customisation. You can remove the Search bar from the Home screen, deactivate the Know on screen with the news, activate an Application Manager, which is a floating icon that opens a list with all onboard apps and options to uninstall them. The latter is perfect if you want to remove the apps you don't need. You can also choose to remove the App tray and activate Show all apps in desk, meaning the apps will appear on screen successive to the Home one. The Magicfinger adds an effect each time you touch the screen. The gesture settings allow you to choose what happens if you slide up/down or double click on the Home screen. The last option in the Widgets menu is a shortcut to the Settings.
The Settings menu is a typical Android 7.0 one. It starts off with a list of suggestions, contains the snippets with basic information for most of the menus, contains all default features and more. The only difference is that the icons designating the separate menus are in colour. As usual, it starts with the Wireless & networks group of settings, from where you manage your Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, HotKnot connections, mobile data and SIM cards. The Device group of settings is the biggest one. It lets you manage the Display, Notifications, Sounds, Apps, Storage, Battery, Memory, and Users. The Display contains the full MiraVision settings for tweaking the saturation, colour temperature, contrast, sharpness, etc. It also lets you manage the navigation bar, wallpapers, brightness, etc.
In addition, the Device group contains a whole suite of smart functions, including the One-hand mode, Float gesture (floating dot), Float view (can be used as an alternative way of navigating), Gesture unlock and motion, Smart somatosensory features. Under Device you will also see the Parallel space, which is available as a separate app as well, a QR Scanner, and the ETWS menu. ETWS stands for Earthquake and Tsunami Warning System. The idea behind this public warning system is to broadcast emergency information to all smartphone users in a specific area when such natural disasters occur. These notifications are primary (carried by SIB10) and secondary (SIB11) ones. The primary one contains only information about the event type - tsunami, earthquake, etc. Upon receiving such a notification, your smartphone will produce a pre-set alert sound and will display a pre-defined text on the display. The secondary notification comes second with detailed information about the event.
The Personal group comes third and includes the usual Location, Security, Fingerprint, Accounts, Google, Languages & input, Backup & reset menus. The Security one contains various types of screen lock, Smart Lock and Fingerprint settings. The latter duplicate the options from the separate Fingerprint menu. The Languages menu allows you to add more than one primary language. The System group is the final one and lets you adjust the time and date, schedule power on & off, manage printing jobs and use a number of accessibility tools. The Developer options are shown by default and from the Quick Settings, you can activate the System UI Tuner. The latter contains a number of interesting features to play with. For starters, you can toggle on/off icons from the Status bar, DND mode settings, an option to activate split-screen mode with a swipe-up gesture, and power notification controls. The About phone shows off the status of the device and contains a shortcut to the wireless update feature. At the time of this review, we are working with the latest software for the Doogee MIX.
Most users will appreciate that the Doogee MIX arrives with no bloatware at all. There's a folder with Google's services, containing Chrome, Drive, Duo, Gmail, Google, G+, Maps, Photos, Play Music, Play Store, Voice Search, YouTube. The standard pre-installed applications include the default Browser, Calculator, Calendar, Clock, Contacts, Downloads, Email, File Explorer, FM Radio, Gallery, Messenger, Music, Sound Recorder. There are other apps that are more interesting such as the WPS Office and the DG Xender. The latter is Doogee's tool for transferring files to and from other devices.
There's a System Manager pre-installed on the Doogee MIX. It contains a Power Manager (described in the Battery section of this review) and five other services that aim to optimise the smartphone's performance. The first of those five is the Cleaner, which scans cache rubbish, apk files, AD and residual files. The Freezing Room comes second. If you notice there are apps that consume lots of power you can place them there and the system will deem tham as uninstalled. These apps will disappear from the desktop, will not run in the background, etc. If you want to restore them in the system, simply remove them from the Freezing Room. The App Autoboot feature is third and contains a list of application toggles that, if activated, will auto-start the apps with the system. The App Lock contains toggles for every application on board of the device. You can activate it for those apps, which you find important and should be accessed only with a password. The App auto clean function contains a list of toggles for all apps installed on the smartphone. You can activate those, which you want to be safe from background autocleaning.

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