Mobile Phone Price Review In Nigeria

Umidigi Bison X10G Price In Nigeria and Specifications

The Umidigi Bison X10G costs around $119.99 at major internet retailers such as Jumia. In Nigeria, the Bison X10G costs around 59,900 Naira, 690 GHS in Ghana, and 14,500 KSH in Kenya.

The low-cost Android phone is presently available for purchase on major retail sites such as AliExpress and Jumia. It was released in December of 2021.

Futures and Specifications

Except for the build substance and color, the Umidigi Bison X10G is identical to the Bison X10S. The Umidigi Bison X10G has a Hack Black industrial rubber surface, whereas the Bison X10S has a Storm Grey AG Matte Fiberglass finish.

Because the smartphone includes an FM antenna, you don’t need to connect an earphone to the headphone jack to listen to FM radio, which is very handy. A 3.5mm headphone connection, a USB Type-C port, and Bluetooth 5.0 are also included.

Despite its different construction, the Umidigi phone meets the same rugged requirements as the Bison X10S. It is approved to IP68, IP69K, and MIL-STD-810G. Both devices have a rugged build, similar to the Umidigi Power 5S.

Design and Display

The X10G, like the other members of the Umidigi Bison line, is built to last. The body is mostly composed of industrial rubber, with the corners reinforced to absorb fall pressure. The camera optics are protected by tough covers, allowing for underwater use.

You can designate actions to the smartphone’s two customizable buttons. Single clicks, double clicks, or long presses of the button can be programmed to perform particular tasks such as opening an app or taking a screenshot.

The customizable button can also be used for underwater photos, eliminating the need to press the touchscreen while shooting.

The 6.53-inch monitor on the Umidigi Bison X10G has a resolution of 720 x 1600 pixels. The screen is adequate for viewing movies and surfing the web.

A fingerprint sensor is one noteworthy feature that this model lacks. You only have access to facial unlock. If you require a fingerprint reader, consider the Umidigi Bison X10G NFC, which includes one in addition to NFC.

Camera and Resolution

Umidigi Bison X10G boasts a 16 megapixels main sensor with an aperture of f/2.2 and 6-element lens, a 5 megapixels macro camera, and an 8 megapixels ultrawide camera with a 119° field of view.

For photos and Face Unlock, the smartphone has an AI-enhanced 8-megapixel camera with f/2.2 aperture and 5-element lens on the front.

The back camera is capable of Panorama shots, HDR, and has a dual-LED flash. Both cameras are capable of recording full HD footage. This is the same sensor found in the X10S.

Software, Memory and Battery

On a Unisoc T310 (12nm) Quad-core processor, the Umidigi Bison X10G runs Android 11. The Bison X10S, as well as the Umidigi A13s, A11s, and Power 5S, use the same processor. The chipset is based on a dual-cluster architecture with a 2.0GHz Cortex-A75 processor and a 1.8GHz tri-core Cortex-A55 processor.

This Android phone has 4GB of Memory and 32GB of internal storage. The built-in storage can be upgraded via a hybrid microSD slot, which supports up to 256GB of extra storage via a memory card. You would, however, have to give up one SIM card space.

With a built-in 6150 mAh battery, this smartphone guarantees long battery life. It has a talk time of up to 52 hours, a movie playback time of up to 28 hours, and a standby time of up to 550 hours.

Jacob Godwin

Jacob Godwin is the CEO and Chief Editor of DALONBA'S TECH. My primary Goal is to give everyone the most reliable information about the latest and old gadgets and things around Tech World. I'm a Technology and Gadget Enthusiastic.

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