Is mid-range devices a tad too expensive for you? Well, then perhaps you may want to check out DOOGEE’s latest offering, the DOOGEE N20 Pro. Armed Helio P60 chip with octacore processor, this latest device from DOOGEE features a 16 MP AI quad rear camera (16 MP + 8 MP + 2 MP + 2MP), a 6.3-inch FHD+ (2,280 x 1,080 pixels) water drop display, and costs under 200 bucks.
Other spec sheet details include ARM Mali G27 MP3 700 MHz GPU, 6 GB RAM, 128 GB ROM, expandable storage up to 256 GB, a 16 MP Samsung front-facing camera, 4G LTE radio, 5G WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0, and a 4,400 mAh battery with support for 10 W quick charging. Nothing groundbreaking, really. But at US$199.99*, we can’t really ask for the world, can we?
DOOGEE N20 Pro runs on the latest Android 10 OS. It may be a budget device, it does have face recognition for unlocking – in addition to the physical fingerprint sensor around the back of the device.
One to note is, the specifics to the quad camera is not clear. It says on the website that it has got a 130-degree ultra wide-angle camera, a portrait and a “4 cm macro lens.”
Now, here’s the thing about the price. The press release we received indicated that the device will sell for US$169.99, but the actual listing on both AliExpress and DOOGEE web store listed it as US$199.99. TBH, I am not sure which is which.
Also in the mail that we received, it is said that the device will sell for just US$119.99 for a limited time between August 10-11. Plus, if you use the code N20PRO10, you are supposed to score additional US$10 off the device, bringing the device price to just US$109.99. The code is limited to 2,000 units, or so we read.
For those who are interested, may suggest that you check in on DOOGEE web store (www.doogeemall.com) on the said dates to see the pricing.
All images courtesy of DOOGEE.