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Chinese Tablet Maker Launches Groundbreaking 4K Display Tablet

Doogee revealed an economical tablet with an unforeseen selling point. The Doogee T30 Max, an upgraded version of the firm’s T30 series tablet, presents a 12.4-inch IPS 4K Display—yes, 4K.

This signifies a notable achievement for any tablet, particularly one priced at $329 (or $296 using the 10% discount code available on the website). Conversely, Apple‘s iPad Pro boasts a marginally larger screen (12.9 inches) with a 2732 x 2048 pixels resolution, or 2.7K. In a recent piece, we addressed NEC’s LAVIE Tab T14, which we characterized as potentially having the highest resolution ever witnessed on a tablet, it only achieves 3000 x 1876 (QHD+) and has an approximate cost of $1,000.

The Doogee T30 Max emphasizes an 87.5% screen-to-body ratio and retains a slender profile at merely 7.9mm. Once again, for comparison, the iPad Pro has a thickness of 6.4mm.

Android 14

The latest tablet from Doogee operates on Android 14 and is driven by a MediaTek Helio G99 Octa Core processor. This includes two high-performance Arm Cortex-A76 processors running at up to 2.2GHz and an Arm Mali G57-class GPU. The tablet is equipped with a maximum of 20GB DDR4X RAM (comprising 8GB with the potential for up to 12GB of Extended RAM) and offers 512GB of storage (expandable by up to 2TB).

The Doogee T30 Max boasts a 10800mAh battery, supporting 33W fast charging.

It features an AI dual-camera configuration (50MP+2MP) alongside a 20MP front-facing camera. Additionally, it facilitates face unlock and side fingerprint recognition.

Moreover, the device has attained TÜV SÜD blue light certification and adheres to High-Resolution Audio standards set by the Japan Audio Association. It also accommodates a 4096-level active capacitive pen and incorporates a docking plug-in interface for connecting a magnetic keyboard.

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