Semi-announcement. Doogee T10 - the first tablet, a simple tablet

Photo Semi-announcement. Doogee T10 - the first tablet, a simple tablet

Doogee decided to get into tablets. And little by little it announces its first tablet Doogee T10.

Formally, by today, all the main characteristics of the tablet have already been named. In fact, I do not have 100% confidence in their accuracy. Especially in terms of the chipset. It seems to be Unisoc T606 (a little less than two hundred thousand points in AnTuTu). But the name of the chip is indicated only in one place - in small print on the specifications page of a well-known Chinese store. And these pages are often filled out so casually that the hair stands up�� get up. In this case, "Charging Power: 125W" is indicated next to the chipset, which I'm not ready to believe...

Okay. Memory. Everything is clear here. 8 GB RAM and 128 GB storage. Plus, there is support for memory cards, where without it.

Standard ten-inch (296 cm²) screen. FHD+ resolution, presumably 1920x1200 (224 ppi).

The battery is capacious, 8300 mAh

The rear camera looks double. But, apparently, the second eye here is purely decorative. So we consider that the cameras are single. 13 MP rear and 8 MP front.

There is support for LTE, Type-C networks. Wi-Fi, sort of�, dual band.

The start of sales is scheduled for November 1st.

Doogee T10 has already appeared on AliExpress (one, two). But the price of $299.98 (₽20600) indicated there now looks frankly overpriced.

Main Features of Doogee T10:

ScreenS-IPS, 10.1", 296 cm², 1920x1200, 224 ppi, 60 Hz, touch, capacitive, multi-touch Hardware?Unisoc T606
2 x Cortex-A75, 6 x Cortex-A55, Mali-G57 MemoryRAM 8 GB, ROM 128 GB, Micro-SD up to 1 TB Mobile InternetLTE
EDGE Mobile networksLTE
GSM Rechargeable Li-Pol, 8300 mAh, fast charging 18.00 W Dimensions? x? x 7.5mm Weight430 g Rear camerafront camera: 13 MP, flash, autofocus
front camera: 8 MP, no flash, no autofocus NavigationGPS OSAndroid 12 USBType-C v2.0

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