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Buy your unlocked Doro 6620


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Doro 6620 at a glance

  • 8 hours talk time
  • 380 standby time
  • Optimised for visually impaired users
  • Emergency assistance
  • HAC and audio boost function

Doro 6620 overview

Accessible for all users

The Doro 6620 is ideal for new and experienced users. It has optional display modes, which have been optimised for visually impaired users.

Emergency assistance

The assistance button will automatically dial up and send an SMS alarm to five pre-set numbers, with your GPS location. It’s a great way to contact friends and family in an emergency.

Hearing aid compatible

The Doro 6620 is also Hearing Aid Compatible so you will get loud and clear sound even if you are wearing your hearing device. The Hearing Aid Compatibility Rating is T3/M3.

Overall specifications

Internal memory:
128mb
Size:
106mm x 55.1mm x 19.5mm
Weight:
108g
Display:
2.8 inches 320 x 420 pixels, QVGA
Battery:
800 mAh Liion
Chipset:
MTK MT6276A
CPU:
ARM1176JZ-S
RAM:
512
Operating System:
Nucleus
SIM:
Micro
Sensors:
GPS

Entertainment

Primary camera:
3MP
Secondary camera:

Connectivity

Network:
Connectivity:
Bluetooth 2.1

21 days
change of mind

No quibble returns

Buying from giffgaff means you get time to check out your new phone, with no risk. If it’s not the right one for you, return it to us within 21 days of delivery and we’ll refund you, no questions asked.

Also, 30 days faulty returns

Sometimes things go wrong, but we’ve always got your back. If your phone has a fault not relating to physical damage, we’ll gladly accept it back for a full refund or a swanky new replacement of the same model.

12 months
warranty

What does our warranty cover?

  • Faulty software
  • Internal parts gone haywire
  • Battery issues
  • Accessories included with your phone

What isn't covered?

  • Broken screens
  • Water damage
  • Rooting or unauthorised modification of software