With the release of the Doogee T10 tablet, the Chinese electronics maker Doogee—best known for its robust smartphones—entered the tablet industry. A month later, the company seems to be getting ready to release a new product, which should hit shelves before the year is over.
When compared to the Doogee T10, the new tablet will have some significant improvements that will make it more appealing to consumers who are prepared to pay a somewhat higher price for superior functionality. To begin with, the tablet will have a slightly bigger 10.4-inch display with a 2K resolution, which is an upgrade over the FHD+ resolution of the T10's display. The screen has been certified as Low Blue Light by TUV Rheinland and Widevine L1.
The gadget will include a 256GB UFS 2.1 storage space with a Unisoc Tiger 616 processor. To facilitate video chats, an 8MP camera will be available up front, while a whopping 16MP shooter will be available around back. The smartphone will run on Android 12, and it will be able to accommodate either two nano SIM cards or a SIM and a micro SD card. The tablet is powered by a large, fast-charging 8,300mAh battery that supports 18W charging.
Along with WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 5.0, and GPS, the tablet will also include compatibility with Beidou/A-GPS/GLONASS/Galileo for its global positioning system (GPS). The tablet, a charger, a data cable, a SIM card removal pin, a user manual, a capacitive stylus, and a TPU leather cover are all included in the normal retail box. A plug-in interface allows for a connection to be made between the Doogee T20 and a USB keyboard. It is necessary to make a separate purchase in order to get either the keyboard or a casing for it. The absence of a 3.5 mm headphone jack is a source of frustration.
The first 500 devices will be available at a discounted price of US$149 on December 22. The price goes up to US$179 after that, however certain retailers may provide further discounts.