And it’s packed with features that are just not available on iPhones. For example, take the built-in thermal camera. Sure, you can buy one for your iPhone, but this is one extra thing to carry and keep charged up. Also: Why you need a phone with a thermal and IR camera. Then there’s a night vision camera. I don’t even think you can buy one for the iPhone. OK, the main camera on the iPhone has good low-light capabilities, but it’s not night vision.
For extreme situations, the Doogee S98 Pro is a durable phone. On July 8, Adrian Kingsley-Hughes, a Contributor, wrote: For those who desire an Android phone that has been ruggedized, the time has never been better. A burgeoning market exists. One of the newest smartphones on the market is the Doogee S98 Pro, which is targeted towards engineers and others who spend more time outside than the ordinary person.
Then there’s the robustness. The water, dust, and impact resistance. Even inside a rugged case, the iPhone is still vulnerable. Display: 6.3-inch, 2400×1080, 409 PPI, Corning Gorilla Glass. Rear camera array: 48-megapixel main camera, Sony IMX350 20-megapixel night vision camera, First off, it’s a sturdy, well-built unit. The polymer shell combined with the Corning Gorilla Glass makes for a tough combination, and not something that people are likely to break through being careless or unduly harsh on the handset. The display also comes with a pre-applied screen protector, which is a really nice touch (you’re iPhone won’t have one of those). The combination of the Corning Gorilla Glass and the screen protector really gives this smartphone a super-durable display.