Doogee recently unveiled three new Android tablets in the global market namely the Doogee T30 Ultra, T20 Ultra, and T20mini Pro. The T20 Ultra has an 11-inch display and the T20 Ultra has a larger 12-inch display, while the last of which has a smaller 8.4-inch panel.
The two larger tablets are powered by a MediaTek Helio G99.
Doogee T30 Ultra
The Doogee T30 Ultra features an 11-inch IPS LCD panel with a 2.5K resolution and an 8MP front camera. Around the back, it has a 16MP rear lens.
The Helio G99 is accompanied by 12GB RAM and 256GB expandable storage via a microSD card slot. The tablet is equipped with an 8580mAh battery with support for 18W charging.
The T30 Ultra also supports Widevine L1 and features Hi-Res-certified quad speakers.
The Doogee T30 Ultra is available in Black, Grey, and Green color options and it is priced at PHP 18,226.89 via the official website but it is listed with a pre-order price of PHP 15,422.75.
Doogee T20 Ultra
The T20 Ultra, on the other hand, has a 12-inch 2.5K LCD panel. It shares the same 8MP front and 16MP rear sensors as the T30 Ultra.
The T20 Ultra also comes with 12GB RAM and 256GB expandable storage. However, it offers a larger 10800mAh battery than the T30 Ultra.
It also carries over the Widevine L1 support and Hi-Res-certified quad speakers.
The Doogee T20 Ultra comes in Black, Grey, and Blue colorways and is listed for PHP 15,647.08 with a pre-order price of PHP 14,301.10 via the official website.
Doogee T20mini Pro
Last, but not least is the T20mini Pro. It is built around an 8.4-inch FHD+ LCD panel. It features a 5MP front shooter and a 13MP rear sensor.
It is powered by an undisclosed eight-core chipset running at 1.6GHz and offers 256GB of storage. It also has a 5060mAh battery, Widevine L1 support, and stylus support.
Its price though is yet to be revealed.
The Doogee T30 Ultra, T20 Ultra, and T20mini Pro will be available starting November 11.
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