DOOGEE to enter the tablet market with the T10
DOOGEE is planning to launch its first tablet device - the T10, on November 1 and has graciously shared some info on the upcoming product. The DOOGEE T10 has a 10.1-inch, 1920 x 1200-pixel "Fullview" IPS LCD display with 300 nits of advertised brightness. The T10 has an aviation-grade aluminum unibody with a 7.5mm thickness and 430 grams of total weight.
A large 8,300 mAh battery is contributing to said weight. It supports 18W Power Delivery charging via the tablet"s USB Type-C port. Inside the T10 is an Unisoc T606 chipset, alongside 8GB of LPDDR4 RAM, plus 5GB of virtual RAM and 128GB of UFS storage, extendable via microSD up to 1TB. There is support for dual SIM LTE connectivity and dual-band Wi-Fi ac on board. While the chipset might be on the slower side, DOOGEE has made sure to certify the T10 for Widevine L1, allowing it to stream FullHD quality from services like Netflix.
Multimedia consumption on a budget is clearly one of the goals of the T10, as also evidenced by the inclusion of dual stereo speakers. The T10 has a 13MP main camera on the back and an 8MP selfie AI camera.
Once again, the DOOGEE T10 is expected to drop on November 1 with a suggested price tag of around $100. Optional extras for the tablet include a stylus and keyboard. Both are sold separately.