Chinese-owned mobile device provider Doogee announced its return to the Philippines with the introduction of new Doogee T series of low-cost entertainment tablets (T10, T10S, and T30 Pro) in the local market, and gain partners’ as well as consumers’ confidence to ensure the favorable comeback of Doogee.
According to Jack Ji, Doogee’s general manager in the Philippines, they are ecstatic about the brand’s comeback to the Philippines and introduce Doogee to everyone. He said their partners are confident they are bringing the brand to the new era of Doogee, and doing all preparations to ensure the successful return of Doogee.
Having a mission of providing the latest technology and making it more accessible to many is the reason Doogee is offering the T series of tablets in the Philippines.
The Doogee T10 tablet sports a slim design in its 7.5mm ultra-thin and lightweight form factor, and is encased with aviation-grade aluminum that gives it an aesthetic look. It comes with a 10.1-inch IPS FHD display that has a pixel density of 224 pixels per inch – certified to be safe for the eyes by TÜV Rheinland eye safety standards. It also supports Widevine L1 for 1080p video on Disney+, Amazon Prime, and Netflix.
The Doogee T10 runs Android 12 operating system (OS) and powered by an Octa-core processor which delivers an impressive tablet experience, extend performance using the base memory of 8GB RAM or can wrap it up to 15GB. For media contents, the T10 is equipped with a 128GB internal storage. The device is equipped with Bluetooth 5.2 and 802.11 Wi-Fi that allow the device to increase speeds. Users can enjoy the tablet for long hours as it is energized by an 8,300 mAh battery. The T10 is also equipped with 4G LTE cellular network.
Although it is a low-cost budget tablet, the T10 has eight megapixel (MP) front AI camera and a 13MP rear camera. Apart from this, users of this model can connect to a wireless keyboard or use their favorite styles so they can have a two-in-one tablet PC experience.
Doogee T30 Pro
The Doogee T30 Pro, on the other hand, runs Android 13 OS and powered by MediaTek Helio G99 Octa-core processor so users can work and play on the go. It has a physical RAM of 8GB which can be extended up to 15GB to add up its performance. The T30 Pro has an internal storage of 256GB and if you still need more memory, you can still add up to 2 terabytes (TB) of microSD storage for songs, movies, photos and applications. The tablet can be used all day long as it packs 8,580 mAh battery.
The T30 Pro tablet is TÜV Rheinland-certified so eyes are well-taken cared of. Like T10 tablet, the T30 Pro is equipped with 4G LTE capability. The T30 Pro also has a 20MP camera and equipped with a Bluetooth 5.2.
As evidence that Doogee is back, Igue Bonifacio, integrated marketing head at Doogee Philippines, said, “all tablets are available on Lazada, Shopee, Tiktok shops, as well as in our partners online.” From September 1 to 13, consumers can buy the Doogee T series at a discounted price as follows: T10S – PhP7,399, T10 – PhP8,399, and T30 Pro – PhP13,499. All devices of Doogee will be available nationwide starting September 28, 2023. The T10S is priced at PhP8,499, the T10 at PhP9,499, and the T30 Pro at PhP16,599.