Doogee N20 Pro Review


Having had a chance to play with the Doogee N20 Pro, I have to say that it is a fantastic smartphone. It offers a triple camera, dual 4 G-enabled SIMs, a 16MP front camera, SD card support, and more. It also has a 5.2-inch display, a good size for a smartphone.

16MP selfie snapper

The key features of the Doogee N20 Pro are its Quad camera and AI FaceID. In addition, while the N20 has a single front camera, the Pro variant has a 16-megapixel selfie camera.

The Doogee N20 Pro is a good mid-range phone for the price. It offers a 6.3-inch Full-HD+ display with a mini notch on the front. This display has a pixel density of 450 cd/m2, which is suitable for the price range. The screen also has a typical contrast ratio of 1300:1.

The Doogee N20 Pro has a MediaTek Helio P23 chipset, a step up from the Unisoc SC9863A in the N10. The chip clocks at 2.3GHz and has an octa processor. It also features a Mali-G71 MP2 GPU. A 4350 mAh battery backs its CPU. This isn’t the most significant battery size in the mid-range segment, but it’s still adequate.

Doogee N20 Pro also features a fingerprint reader on the back of the device. In addition, it supports 4G LTE and Bluetooth.

Triple rear camera

Besides the triple rear camera on Doogee N20 Pro, there are also some other cool features. First, the phone has an optical image stabilizer, which is quite rare for an entry-level flagship.

In addition, the N20 has a waterdrop notch, which is also unusual for this price range. The Helio P23 processor, a significant step from the Unisoc SC9863A chipset on the N10, also powers the phone. It also runs the Android 9 Pie OS, which includes system-wide dark themes.

Despite the impressive specs, the N20 has a few limitations. It’s not the fastest phone in its price range, and the camera only takes decent pictures in the daytime. The camera loses focus constantly, especially in low-light situations. In addition, the battery on the N20 is not particularly impressive, giving three to four days of standby time.

The N20 is an excellent entry-level phone. It’s got enough RAM, a great display, and a decent battery. It even supports two SIM cards. It’s got decent graphics, too, thanks to the ARM Mali-G71 MP2 GPU.

SD card support

A smartphone supporting an SD card support is a great way to expand your phone’s internal memory. The Doogee N20 Pro has an SD card slot that can be developed further to 256GB. However, there are a few things you should know before you go ahead and insert your SD card into your smartphone.

First, you need to have a card reader. This is necessary because you will need to format your SD card. To do so, you will need to follow the steps listed below.

The first thing you will need to do is check the SD card’s storage size. Depending on the size of your card, you may need to choose between a FAT32 or an exFAT file system. If your card is more significant than 64GB, you will need to format your card using exFAT, as FAT32 won’t work.

The Doogee N20 Pro is a slick phone. The smartphone has an IPS waterdrop screen, a dewdrop notch for the front camera, and a rear fingerprint scanner. It also comes with a 4,350mAh battery that will keep you going for a few hours.

Dual 4 G-enabled SIMs

Having a dual SIM phone can be helpful for people with multiple phone numbers. You can make calls at any time and receive texts on either number.

You will need to configure each SIM individually, but you can set each SIM to be used for different tasks. You can also enable a Smart data switch, which switches between SIMs based on network quality. You can do this through the Settings>Mobile network> SIM management menu.

Dual SIM phones are popular in the developing world. They work well for people with different phone rates. This is because you can receive calls on both numbers, but not at the same time.

Dual SIM phones are also popular in Southeast Asia. They are ideal for business use. You can make and receive calls on one number while using the other for data.

The Doogee N20 Pro has a 6.3-inch FHD+ Waterdrop Screen powered by a Mediatek Helio P60 MT6771 chipset. It also features a fingerprint sensor and runs on Android 10 out of the box. You can expand the storage by adding a microSD card. It also supports 4G networks. Its battery is non-removable.

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