Coolpad COOL 20 Pro phone will come with Virtual RAM, 2 year warranty and 90 days guarantee

Smartphone maker Coolpad is going to launch the Coolpad COOL 20 Pro smartphone in China tomorrow i.e. on December 1. For the past few days, the company has been giving information about the features of this smartphone on the social media platform Weibo. Now a latest teaser has been revealed related to the software of the phone, whereas earlier details related to warranty and guarantee were given. According to the official Weibo account of Coolpad, Coolpad Cool 20 Pro will run on COOLOS software. This smartphone will come with virtual RAM support up to 5GB, that is, users can take up to 13GB of 8GB RAM with the help of virtual RAM feature of the phone.

It is worth noting that these days all smartphone makers are offering optional virtual RAM in their devices and now Coolpad has also joined this list.

by the way in the teaser The company has not told which Android version the phone will run on. Although some reports had already revealed that Coolpad COOL 20 Pro The smartphone will run on COOLOS based on Android 11.

Apart from this, another teaser states that the Coolpad COOL 20 Pro smartphone will come with a two-year warranty. Apart from this, users will also get 90 days replacement guarantee.

According to earlier reports, the handset will be powered by MediaTek’s Dimensity 900 processor, which means it will be a 5G device. Apart from this, the phone will have a 50-megapixel triple rear camera setup tuned by Arcsoft. An 8-megapixel camera will be given for selfie. Talking about the rest of the features, the phone will have a 6.59-inch FHD+ LCD display with 120Hz refresh rate. Along with this, features like dual stereo speakers, 3.5mm headphone jack, slot for SD card, 4400mAh battery will also be there. The device will come in three color options and will weigh around 193 grams.

There is no detail yet about what will be the price of Coolpad COOL 20 Pro. It is believed that the company will try to woo Chinese users by placing bets in the mid-range.