Nomu is gearing up to launch Nomu S10 Pro. The sources revealed to us that the phone will hit the retail shelves in early October. Touted to be the successor to the S10, the Nomu S10 Pro features tough and durable quality coupled with a unique appearance. The aim of the upcoming model is to provide a rapid boost and enrich the customers with something different.
According to sources, the design of the Nomu S10 Pro will be the same as the previous counterpart. However, the company will increase the amount of RAM and internal storage capacity. Upon inspection of the leaked renders, we can infer that the upcoming phone will ship with a 5-inch display with rugged design and shape.
The advantage of the Pro variant will be the integration of Android 7.0 Nougat, which helps you to work with split-screen functionality, improved notifications and enhanced power saving mode via Doze. Moreover, the device will be resistant to water via IP68 technology, which will be capable of being under water for up to one hour under 2m of water.
Technically, the water-resistant handsets will withstand only up to 30 minutes of under 1.5m of water. The company has enhanced the water resistant capabilities based on the feedback. Interestingly, the product team has reportedly termed the new technology as IP69.
We have seen several Chinese companies entering into the smartphone segment. It remains to be seen as to how the customers accept the new phones when there are plenty of competitors such as Xiaomi, Oppo, and Vivo.
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