DOOGEE T20mini: 8.4-inch LCD, 5060mAh battery, 128GB ROM

DOOGEE T20mini is now in PH and is currently on sale on online retailers.

DOOGEE is back with a mini Android tablet that features a massive 5060mAh battery and 128GB ROM, which is expandable for up to 1TB via card slot.

According to the official website, DOOGEE T20mini has 8.4 inches of IPS LCD display with 1200p resolution. The display has TÜV SÜD blue light certification for lower blue light emission.

The tablet is powered by the Unisoc T606, Mali-G57, and 4GB of RAM (expandable up to 5GB). While its rear camera is only 13MP, the company revealed that the lens is from Sony. The front-facing camera is only 5MP.

DOOGEE T20mini has three appealing features which may be of your interest:

  1. Widevine L1 support: This is the highest of its kind and it lets you watch HD, full HD, and even 4K content on streaming platforms like Netflix.
  2. Dual 4G LTE and dual-band Wi-Fi: This lets you simultaneously use 4G connectivity on inserted SIM cards. Also, this lets the device connect seamlessly between Wi-Fi 2.4 and 5.0 GHz.
  3. Dual stereo speakers: Not many devices at an affordable price have dual stereo speakers. This configuration makes the listening experience more enjoyable.

The DOOGEE T20mini has a suggested retail price of ₱7,999. But on Lazada and Shopee, the official store of DOOGEE is giving T20mini a discount, dropping its price to just ₱6,499.

Check out the complete specifications of DOOGEE T20mini here.

Image credit: DOOGEE

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