Nomu S10 with outstanding Ultra-proof Performance is coming

Posted in Oct 18, 2016 in News, Smartphones, no comment

Chinese smartphone manufacture Shenzhen Xin KingBrand Enterprises has achieved tremendous success in Chinese special phone market with “oinom” brand. This time, they starting to open up international market with “Nomu” brand.

Nomu S10

By releasing the Nomu S10、S20、S30 Nomu series in succession, they gonna hit the international rugged mobile phone market really really hard with these three devices.

Nomu S10, one of Nomu newly released seires, comes with Sharp® 5-inch IGZO HD IPS display, MediaTek® MT6737T processers, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, Sony IMX219 rear camera, 5000mAh huge battery along with quick charge function, waterproof NXP speaker, full rubber unibody and running Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

As mentioned before, ultra-proof (water proof/dust proof/shatter proof/freeze proof) design is the most fascinating feature of Nomu series. There is no exception that S10 possesses highest IP68 certified water-resistant rating, highest dust-resistant rating and 1.5M shatter-resistant body. It is able to work in -20℃~55℃ temperature range, you can absolutely feel free to use Nomu S10 in the crudest environments.

Shenzhen Xin KingBrand Enterprises Co., Ltd. was founded in 1994, with 22 years rich experience in electronic industry, over 20,000 square meter industrial park and more than 1500 experienced employees. You can be sure that Nomu not only has great specification devices in hand, but also own leading technology in the field of rugged phone.

As a budget type rugged mobile phone, Nomu S10 starts at $129.99 and will be coming soon. Let’s wait and see how the performance of Nomu series is in the fiercely competitive industry.

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