Loaded with Android 13, the upcoming Doogee T10S and T20S tablets feature a 10.x-inch display, a yet-to-be-revealed octa-core processor, as well as 6/8 GB of memory and 128 GB internal storage space, with support for up to 1 TB microSD cards. Sales will kick off at the end of the month via Amazon, AliExpress, and DoogeeMall.
Introduced by Doogee as a pair of “extremely cost-effective” slates that target a young audience, the T10S and T20S come with similar dimensions and looks, but there are a few differences under the hood that set them apart. However, the tech sheets have not been entirely uncovered yet. More details should become available before July 26th, when both are scheduled to become available for purchase via DoogeeMall, AliExpress, and Amazon.
For now, these are the highlights revealed by Doogee for these upcoming Android tablets:
- T10S: 10.1-inch FHD, 6 GB RAM, 5/8 MP front/main camera, 8.5 mm (0.33 inches) thick, 6,600 mAh
- T20S: 10.4-inch 2K, 8 GB RAM, 5/13 MP front/main camera, 7.9 mm (0.31 inches) thick, 7,500 mAh
The list of common specs and features includes an octa-core processor (same or different, no details available yet), 128 GB internal storage and microSD support up to 1 TB, Android 13 operating system, Widevine L1 support, as well as 4G LTE and dual-band WiFi connectivity. Both slates also come bundled with a Bluetooth keyboard and a stylus with 1024 levels of sensitivity.
Until the arrival of the the launch date mentioned in the beginning, a few Doogee T10S and T20S units will be provided for free as part of giveaways, as usual. To find out about these events in a timely manner, be sure to follow Doogee’s social media channels.
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Codrut Nistor, 2023-07- 9 (Update: 2023-07- 9)