About Doro 8035 - Review, Specs + more The Doro 8035 is an Android smartphone with a 5-inch HD display. It can be operated under Android or the special UI created by Doro themselves, with older users in mind. The latter has a very simple operation, which numerous reviewers and customers are raving about. Summary of contents About the 8035 The perfect peace of mind phone? Doro 8035 - Battery Expandable via microSD card About the 8035 Although Doro primarily are aimed at older generations, this phone for the first time in the brand's history can also be suited to absolute beginners as well as seniors. At first glance, it looks like a normal mobile device, unlike most of the other Doro lineup, which is another big plus. But should you buy one on contract, or at all either for yourself, or a loved on? Read on to find out: One great Doro feature: If required, another person can use of the TeamViewer function. What makes the Doro stand out as the perfect senior citizen mobile phone is its emergency button on the back however. If the emergency button is pressed for 3 seconds or twice within 1 second, the system sends SOS text messages to all contacts in the configured emergency list. Then the mobile phone dials the first number. If the call is not answered, it cycles through all other contacts in turn. Creating peace of mind not just for the owner of the phone but also for their relatives. The perfect peace of mind phone? Further advantages are the extra loud hands-free speaker as well as the compatibility with hearing aids and Bluetooth headsets. The screen and displays can also be enlarged for people with poor eyesight. Also handy is the desktop charging station, which makes the 4G smartphone function similar to a conventional landline phone. If it is connected to this device, it automatically switches to cross screen mode. Doro 8035 - Battery The performance of the 2500 mAh large battery is sufficient, according to this reviewer it'll be good for 15 hours of talk time. Expandable via microSD card If you're going to use it as a conventional smartphone, the 1.1 GHz fast quad-core processor as well as the 2 GB of RAM are sufficient for many apps. On the other hand, the device memory with 16 GB is a little low, and maybe Doro can improve this next time. However, it can be expanded by up to 32 GB using a microSD card by the customer if needed. The two cameras with 5 and 2 megapixels are suitable for occasional snapshots but these will be in fairly low image quality compared to most mobile phones today. However it's not intended to be used as a camera phone, so this gives an additional usage that few Doro 8035 users will actually use - but it's there if needed.