Doogee T10S and T20S tablets announced with downgraded specs

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Doogee T10S and T20S tablets announced with downgraded specs | DroidAfrica
Doogee T10s and Doogee T20s announced

Doogee has announced two new tablets: the Doogee T10S and the Doogee T20S. The tablets are successors to the Doogee T10 and Doogee T20, which were released last year.

The Doogee T10S and T20S have downgraded specs compared to their predecessors. The T10S has 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, down from 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage on the T10.

Doogee T10S and T20S tablets announced with downgraded specs | DroidAfrica

The T20S has 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, down from 256GB of storage on the T20. Both the T10s or the T20s have a 10.1-inch or 10.4-inch display, a Unisoc T606 or T616 chipset, and a 6600mAh or 7500mAh battery.

The cameras on the Doogee T10S and T20S have also been downgraded. The T10S has a 5MP front camera and an 8MP rear camera, while the T20S has a 5MP front camera and a 13MP rear camera.

FeatureDoogee T10SDoogee T20S
Display10.1″ IPS, 1920×1200, 224 ppi, 60 Hz10.4″ IPS, 2000×1200, 224 ppi, 60 Hz
ChipsetUnisoc T606Unisoc T616
RAM6GB8GB
Storage128GB128GB
Battery6600mAh7500mAh
Rear camera8MP13MP
Front camera5MP5MP
OSAndroid 13Android 13
OtherLTE, dual-band Wi-Fi, Type-C, memory cardsLTE, dual-band Wi-Fi, Type-C, memory cards
Doogee T10S and T20S tablets announced with downgraded specs | DroidAfrica

Despite the downgraded specs, the Doogee T10S and T20S still offer some attractive features. Both tablets run Android 13 and have support for LTE networks, dual-band Wi-Fi, Type-C, and memory cards.

Doogee has not yet announced pricing for the Doogee T10S and T20S. However, the tablets are expected to be priced competitively.

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