The DOOGEE S41 Pro, making its debut in September, now shares the limelight with two new additions to the S41 series – the S41 Max and S41 Plus. These newcomers not only bear striking resemblances to the Pro model but also exhibit remarkable similarities to each other, prompting a closer examination.
One notable enhancement in both the DOOGEE S41 Max and S41 Plus lies in their upgraded chipsets – the Unisoc T606. While not a powerhouse, this chipset marks a significant improvement. Housing a duo of Cortex-A75 cores alongside six A55 cores, it outpaces the Pro model, which featured a Helio A22 with a quad Cortex-A53 CPU. This upgrade ensures a notable boost in performance and responsiveness for users navigating the S41 Max and S41 Plus, elevating their overall user experience.
The S41 Max is equipped with 6GB of RAM and 256GB storage, plus a hybrid slot while the cheaper Doogee S41 Plus comes with 4GB of RAM and 128GB storage (expandable through a hybrid slot again).
Other than that they are quite similar. They have 5.5” HD+ displays (18:9) with an 8MP camera on the front and a 13MP Sony camera on the back. They are powered by 6,300mAh batteries that promise to last up to 72 hours of normal use.
It wouldn’t be Doogee if it didn’t make the phones extra tough – they are rated IP68 and IP69K (hot water jets), plus MIL-STD-810H for drop resistance. And they are lightweight by the company’s standards, tipping the scales at 262g.
Here is a quick overview of the specs and how the new models compare to the base Doogee S41: