The Umidigi Bison X10S NFC is, as the name implies, a Bison X10S variant with NFC compatibility. Another distinguishing feature is that, unlike the X10S, this Umidigi Bison phone includes a fingerprint reader.
The low-cost Android phone comes equipped with a 3.5mm audio jack, a USB Type-C port, and Bluetooth 5.0. It also has a built-in FM antenna, so you don’t have to connect an earphone to the headphone jack to listen to FM radio, which is very handy. It has 4G LTE, dual 4G VoLTE, and dual Wi-Fi.
The Bison X10S NFC and Bison X10G NFC, like the Bison X10S and Bison X10G, share the same specifications and only vary in color and finish. The X10G NFC has a Hack Black rubber surface, whereas the X10S NFC has a Storm Grey AG Matte Fiberglass finish.
It also has twice the saving space, with a 64GB ROM. The Umidigi Bison X10S NFC has a 6.53-inch monitor and, like the X10S, is finished in Storm Grey AG Matte Fiberglass.
Design and Display
The Umidigi Bison X10S NFC is a tough smartphone built to withstand severe conditions. It is IP68, IP69K, and MIL-STD-810G certified, allowing it to withstand impacts of up to 1.8 meters. Because of its tough construction, it can also be used for underwater photos.
You can designate actions to the customizable buttons so that a single click, double click, or long press of the button activates the action, such as accessing an app or performing a function, such as taking a screenshot. A fingerprint reader is located on the device’s side.
The 6.53-inch monitor on the Umidigi Bison X10S NFC has a resolution of 720 x 1600 pixels. The screen is adequate for viewing movies and surfing the web.
It has three cameras on the rear, each with an LED flash, and a dewdrop notch for the front camera. You also get the two additional customisable keys found on the Bison X10S and Bison X10G.
Resolution and Camera
The Umidigi Bison X10S NFC has a 16MP primary sensor with an aperture of f/2.2 and a 6-element lens, a 5MP macro camera, and an 8MP ultrawide camera with a 119° field of view.
For photos and Face Unlock, you get an AI-enhanced front-facing 8-megapixel camera with f/2.2 aperture and 5-element lens.
Software, Memory and Battery
The Umidigi Bison X10S NFC is powered by the same chipset as the Umidigi A13s, A11s, Power 5S, and other X10S/G family devices. The Unisoc T310 (12nm) Quad-core chipset is based on a dual-cluster architecture with a Cortex-A75 processor clocked at 2.0GHz and tri-core Cortex-A55 clocked at 1.8GHz.
This Umidigi phone comes pre-installed with Standard Android 11. You get 4GB of RAM and 64GB of built-in storage, which can be expanded via a hybrid microSD slot with up to 256GB of extra storage via a memory card.
Except for the upcoming Power 7 Max, the Android phone should have excellent battery performance and endurance because it has the same battery capacity as the majority of the Umidigi Power Series. The 6150 mAh cell should provide up to 52 hours of talk time, 28 hours of video playback, and 550 hours of standby time, according to Umidigi.
You can use instruments like the Noise Test, Compass, Gradienter, Height Measure, Magnifier, Protractor, Pedometer, and Plum Bob, just like in the X10S and X10G, to support your active lifestyle.
Price In Nigeria
The Umidigi Bison X10S NFC costs around $139.99 at major online retailers such as Alibaba. In Nigeria, the Bison X10S NFC costs around 65,900 Naira, 690 GHS in Ghana, and 14,500 KSH in Kenya.
The smartphone is now available for buy on major retail sites such as AliExpress and Jumia. It was released in December of 2021.