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Doogee R10 Rugged Tablet Powered by Helio G99 SoC to Debut in May

After launching the Doogee T10 last year, the Chinese tablet maker is gearing up to launch the rugged Doogee R10 tablet.

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Doogee R10

Doogee, the Chinese smartphone and tablet producer, is all set to debut its first-ever rugged tablet: The Doogee R10. As per the report by GSMArena, we can expect the tablet to go official sometime in May this year.

The Doogee R10 is anticipated to be equipped with the powerful Mediatek Helio G99 SoC, complemented by 8GB LPDDR4X RAM. Additionally, it features an expansive 10.36″ 2K IPS display – ideal for watching movies, playing video games, or working remotely.

On the software side of things, the upcoming tablet is expected to run Android 13 out of the box. The tablet will pack 128GB of ultra-fast UFS 2.2 storage, along with a microSD card slot for up to an additional 2TB expansion — giving users ample space for applications, files, and multimedia alike.

In the imaging segment, the Doogee R10 will reportedly sport a 20MP Sony sensor for the rear setup and a 16MP Samsung lens for the selfie camera. Not only does it comply with the Japan Audio Association’s High-Res Audio requirements, but this model also features a 3.5mm headphone jack.

The Doogee R10 will boast impressive connectivity options such as Bluetooth 5.2, Wi-Fi 6, and LTE network support; not to mention a generous 10,800 mAh battery for extended usage time. As a bonus, its retail package will come with a TPU leather case – protecting the device from daily wear and tear.

Although we can’t confirm whether the Doogee R10 will be equipped with an IP rating or MIL-STD-810H certification, like some of its counterparts, it is sure to provide a robust and powerful tablet experience that can conquer any task – no matter the terrain. We will just have to wait until May to get all the official confirmation that we need. Stay tuned with us for more on the Doogee R10 tablet.

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