The rugged Doogee S95 Pro is now available after a few days of teasing by the company. Like the S90 Pro, this phone supports Motorola-like add-on modules that can extend its functionality with a snap.
The S95 is rated IP69K – on top of the usual dust and water resistance, it can withstand high-pressure cleaning with 80° water fired at the phone at 80-100 bar. It also has the MIL-STD-810G rating. This ruggedness comes at a price, though, the phone measures 13.8mm thick and weighs a hefty 285g.
One of the launch day add-ons is a 3,500mAh external battery that complements the built in 5,150mAh battery. The Doogee add-ons use magnets so they just snap on and connect to the phone via a grid of pogo pins. The phone can charge at 24W (12V/2A) over USB-C.
The other add-on is a speaker module rated at 6W. This comes with its own 2,000mAh battery so it won’t drain your phone’s power. (it promises 3 hours of music playback). It also has a kickstand to prop up the phone (necessary as the speakers are aimed towards the back).
The new phone offers more processing power than the S90 Pro thanks to the MediaTek Helio P90 chipset and 8GB of RAM, running Android 9 Pie. The storage is 128GB of UFS 2.0, which you can expand with a microSD card up to 256GB.
The Doogee S95 Pro features a 6.3” 1080p IPS LCD with 18:9 aspect ratio. A sheet of Gorilla Glass 4 protects its integrity. There’s a fingerprint reader mounted on the side of the phone and a customizable button.
The main camera on the back uses a 48MP Sony IMX582 sensor (1/2”) and can record 4K video at 30fps. Next to it is an 8MP ultrawide camera (117°) and an 8MP depth-sensor. The ultrawide cam can also do macro shots at 4cm distance. The selfie camera has a 16MP sensor and an 80° lens.
You can find the Doogee S95 Pro on AliExpress for €337 for just the phone. A combo pack including the 3,500mAh battery and the loudspeaker add-ons is €430.