Doro 7060

(1 customer review)


Experience an easy-to-use phone with all the features you need for a safe and secure connection with the Doro 7060.

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As technology continues to advance, it’s easy to overlook the needs of people who are not necessarily digitally native. That’s where the Doro 7060 comes in, a mobile phone that caters specifically to older adults who may be intimidated by the complexities of modern smartphones.

The Doro 7060 looks and feels like a traditional flip phone, but it features some modern touches that make it more convenient and functional. The device has a 2.8-inch screen, a physical keypad with large, raised keys for easy typing, and a camera on the back. It also has 4G connectivity, allowing users to stream videos, surf the web, and access social media, all of which may be important to older adults who want to stay connected with friends and family.

One of the key features of the Doro 7060 is its simplified user interface. The phone’s home screen shows large icons for commonly used applications, and users can customize the display to show only the features they need. There’s also a dedicated emergency button that, when pressed, sends an automatic message to a pre-selected contact with the user’s location, along with a distress call.

The Doro 7060 also has an assistance button on the back that, when pressed, sends a message to a pre-selected contact with the user’s location, along with an alert that they need help. This feature is especially useful for older adults who may live alone or have mobility issues.

In terms of connectivity, the Doro 7060 supports both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, and it also has a microSD card slot for expandable storage. The phone’s battery life is impressive, lasting up to 15 days in standby mode.

Overall, the Doro 7060 is an excellent choice for older adults who want a phone that’s simple to use and has a few modern touches. Despite its simplified design, it still offers important features like emergency buttons and 4G connectivity, ensuring that users can stay connected and safe.

Senior Phone, 2.8″, 2018

Doro 7060 properties

Product name7060
Release Year2018
Senior PhoneYes
Physical KeyboardNumpad
Water ResistantNo
Shock ResistantNo
Dual SIM Card SlotsNo
Hybrid Dual SIM SlotNo
Communication Standards3G, 4G LTE, Wi-Fi
Built-in CameraYes
Front CameraNo
Number of Back Cameras1
Camera FeaturesFlash/Light
Screen Size2.8 “
Secondary ScreenNo
Touch ScreenNo
Active DigitizerNo
Wireless ChargingNo

Additional information

Product name

Release Year


Senior Phone

Physical Keyboard

Water Resistant

Shock Resistant

Dual SIM Card Slots

Hybrid Dual SIM Slot


Communication Standards

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Built-in Camera

Front Camera

Number of Back Cameras

Camera Features


Screen Size

Secondary Screen

Touch Screen

Active Digitizer

Wireless Charging

1 review for Doro 7060

  1. Hanna Brown

    I have had this phone for 3 months and I am very happy. Large, clear screen, photo quality very good for the low price of the phone. Can compete with Samsung and LG. The only thing that bothers me to the screen under the influence of temperature values becomes discolored and comes to normal for a long time.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

How do I transfer photos from my computer to my Doro 7060?

Connect your Doro 7060 to the computer using a micro-USB cable. The USB connector is located on the bottom left side of the device. Wait for your computer to recognize the phone as a removable drive. This may take a few seconds. Open File Explorer (Windows) or Finder (Mac). Locate the Doro 7060 in the list of devices and drives on the left-hand side. It will be labeled "DORO" followed by a series of numbers and letters. Click on the device to open it, revealing its internal storage. Navigate to the folder on your computer where your photos are stored. Select the photos you wish to transfer and drag them into the internal storage folder on the Doro 7060. Alternatively, you can copy and paste the selected photos using the keyboard shortcuts Ctrl+C (Windows) or Command+C (Mac) followed by Ctrl+V (Windows) or Command+V (Mac). Once the transfer is complete, safely eject the Doro 7060 from your computer by right-clicking on the device in File Explorer (Windows) or Finder (Mac) and selecting "Eject" or dragging the device to the trash bin icon at the bottom of the window. Disconnect the USB cable from both the Doro 7060 and your computer. Your photos should now be accessible on your Doro 7060.

"How do I reset my Doro 7060 to factory settings?"

To reset your Doro 7060 to its original factory settings, follow these steps:
1. Locate the small hole located on the back of the device, near the bottom edge. This is the reset pinhole. Insert a paper clip or similar object into the reset pinhole and press gently. Hold for approximately 10 seconds until you see the Doro logo appear on the screen. The device will now restart, and the setup process will begin. Follow the on-screen prompts to complete the setup process. This may include selecting your preferred language, connecting to a Wi-Fi network, and entering your Google account information (if applicable). Once the setup process is complete, your Doro 7060 will be reset to its factory settings.

How do I connect my Doro 7060 to Wi-Fi?

To connect your Doro 7060 to Wi-Fi, follow these steps:

1. Ensure that your Wi-Fi network is active and within range of your device. From the home screen, scroll down and select "Settings". Select "Network & Internet" from the list of options. Choose "Wi-Fi" and make sure it's turned on. A list of available Wi-Fi networks will appear. Look for your network and select it by tapping it. Enter the password for your Wi-Fi network, and then tap "Connect". Your phone will now connect to the Wi-Fi network, and you'll see a confirmation message when it's successfully connected. To ensure that your device stays connected to this network, go back to the "Wi-Fi" settings menu, select your network from the list of available networks, and then choose "Connect automatically". Alternatively, you can also connect to a Wi-Fi network during the initial setup process by following these steps:

1. Turn on your device and wait for the "Start up" screen to appear. Select "Set up now" to begin the setup process. Follow the on-screen instructions, selecting your language, country, and network settings. When prompted, select "Wi-Fi" from the list of available networks and then enter the password for your Wi-Fi network when prompted. Tap "Connect" to connect to the Wi-Fi network, and then tap "Next" to continue with the setup process. Follow the remaining on-screen instructions to complete the setup process. Once your device is connected to Wi-Fi, you'll be able to browse the internet, stream content, and enjoy faster speeds than using cellular data alone.

"How do I transfer photos from my computer to my Doro 7060?"

Connect your Doro 7060 to your computer using a USB cable. The USB port is located at the top left-hand corner of the device, under the battery cover. Your computer should automatically detect the device and display a pop-up message asking how you want to open the connection. Select "Open Device to View Files". If prompted, select the drive labeled "Internal Storage" or "SD Card" depending on where you'd like to transfer your photos to (the Internal Storage is built into the device and has limited space, while an SD card can be added for additional storage). Navigate to the folder containing the photos you want to transfer, then select them by holding down the Ctrl key (Windows) or Command key (Mac) and clicking on each photo. You may also select a whole folder full of photos by clicking the folder once. Right-click one of the selected files or folders, then choose "Copy" from the drop-down menu. Navigate to the desired location on your Doro 7060 (either Internal Storage or SD Card), then right-click and select "Paste". Your photos will now be transferred!
7. Once you've finished transferring files, safely eject the device by going to the Device Manager on your computer (Windows) or Finder (Mac). Right-click the Doro 7060 in the list and choose "Eject" to ensure all data is properly written to the device before disconnecting. Remember to perform this task carefully and with attention to detail, ensuring that you select the correct location on your Doro 7060 for the transfer and take care not to accidentally delete or overwrite any important files.

What kind of charger do I need for Doro 7060?

There is a huge range of chargers available to help you charge your mobile phone. It is also useful to know which is good and what type you should use if you want to charge your device. A good alternative charger may offer a higher charging speed and better connection quality.

How to open gate with Doro 7060?

If you have enough problems with your existing remote control to open a garage door or entrance gate to the property and would like to use your Doro 7060 to help you open your gate, please read this article.

How to use Doro 7060 as smart home universal remote controler

If you want to use your Doro 7060 phone as a universal device for remote control of everyday objects in your home such as air conditioner, central heating furnace control, TV set, cleaning robot or even a coffee machine, click here to go to the guide.

Doro 7060 problems with this phone and how to fix them

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Download user manual for Doro 7060 phone

To download the user's manual, service menu and installation instructions for Doro 7060 phone, please visit the documentation section. There you will find information on how to get to the bootloader and the service menu for this phone.

In order to unlock a password-locked phone - you can use our guide for about How to recover a forgotten PIN for Doro 7060 or unlock the bricked phone. Changing default profiles and many other useful functions, which are reserved only for mobile phone services - you can find them in the Documentation section.

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