Doogee, known for its shock-resistant and 22000 mAh phones, had a stand at the very end of the seventh hall, which came up with an interesting phone: the V20 Pro it simultaneously provides dust, water and shockproof protection, a 6.43″ FHD AMOLED panel, a 5G chip and a thermal camera, which this time is not provided by FLiR, but by a lesser-known company.
This is a useful selection with IP68/69K protection, withstanding drops from a height of one and a half meters, and a correct Dimensity 700 chip. All of this, combined with a 6000 mAh battery, results in a 298 gram housing with a spacious design measuring 170.5 x 81.2 x 14 millimeters. We’ve gotten used to this, and with these kinds of accessories, a stable grip, several days of operation time or a toolbox installed on the Android 12 system come in handy.
With its 64 + 24 + 8 megapixel camera on the back and 16 megapixel on the front, the V20 Pro also tries to be competitive in photography, which of course will also require a properly optimized algorithm. Back to the thermal camera: the 256 x 192 pixel resolution module and software are supplied by InfiRay with 25 Hz operation and a range of -15 to 550 degrees. Of course, a traditional color filter camera is included in the image creation, and the software offers quite a few measurement methods, as well as photo and video functions.