Remember the Doogee T10? It’s the debut tablet released by Doogee which is well-known for its rugged devices with crazy battery sizes — the Doogee R10 is no exception
The Doogee R10 is a strange tablet with a rugged construction and a decent mid-range chip hitting the shelves around May this year.
The Doogee R10 has the latest Helio G99 chipset with a massive 10.36-inch IPS LCD display with 2K resolution– a rarity for a brand that’s practically unknown for having decent specs. The rugged tablet will also have Android 13 right out of the box, 8GB LPDDR4X RAM, and 128GB of internal storage. The Doogee R10 also has room for a microSD slot to expand up to 2TB.
Rugged devices are also notorious for having mediocre cameras, but not the Doogee R10. It has a 20MP Sony sensor on its back, and a 16MP Samsung lens for selfies to even it out. There’s the 3.5mm headphone jack as well (what a relief), and it is reported that the Doogee R10 conforms to the High-Res Audio standards defined by the Japan Audio Association. There’s also support for Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.2 so your tablet will not be obsolete anytime soon.
Here comes the fun part: Doogee is sticking to its rugged roots by including a humongous 10,800mAh battery with 18W of charging speed– now that’s what we call rugged! The tablet will come in a TPU leather case as well, but there’s no confirmation whether there will be an official IP rating or MIL-STD-810H certification– but knowing Doogee, it will come.
We think the Doogee R10 packs some interesting features on paper, and we can’t wait to get ahold of this beast because if we do, we’ll be out in Hype Town due to this rugged tablet’s peculiarity and charm at the same time. And not to mention, the price point may be around the 10K-20K mark, but that’s just our speculation. For the meantime, let’s be glad that these niche devices exist.