Doro 6880 phone review | TechRadar

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The Doro 6880 is just one of three new mobile phones from the Swedish technology brand, which is joined by the budget Doro 5860 and a mid-priced Doro 6820. The company focuses its efforts on improving the life of seniors and the trio of new handsets are aimed firmly at the 65 and over age group. Doro’s 6880 model features a flip-up clamshell design, is 4G-enabled and boasts HD voice technology that delivers clear and extra loud sound. It also has compatibility with hearing aids, plus there’s an Assistance button located on the back of the phone, for anyone needing it. The 2.8-inch colour display is simple but effective, while a large keypad sits on the bottom of the fold out design. This features high-contrast keys that can be pressed with ease, while text size can also be adjusted. There’s a cradle charger for anyone wanting to keep it on a lounge table or beside the bed.

Doro 6880: Pricing and availability

The Doro 6880 comes with a suggested retail price of £98.99 (US $120 approx.). The Doro 6820, which is the intermediate model and comes with a similar feature set and design to that of the Doro 6880 costs £84.99 (US $103 approx.). Meanwhile, the chunky and reassuringly basic candy bar design of the Doro 5860 doesn’t have the clamshell-style casing and is available for the entry-level price of just £69.99 (US $84 approx).

Doro 6880

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