NOMU S10 Pro, the World’s first IP69 waterproof rugged phone

Posted in Jan 18, 2018 in News, no comment

There is a misconception that phone should wear a case or stay away from water, or drop so as to protect them from damage. But phone damage still happens. NOMU S10 Pro redefines smartphone — it has cool appearance and good performance. Moreover, it is resistant from water immersion, drop damage, and dust permeation. Thanks to these features, it has been well-received by a large number of customers, from young to old.

Outdoor Enthusiasts Think It’s Cool
Unlike traditional rugged phone, S10 Pro is thin and lightweight. Coupled with its waterproof and drop-proof capabilities, it is highly favored by outdoor lovers.

Outdoor Adventurers Think It’s Professional
Harsh natural environment demands more from a phone. It requires hard quality, long battery life and good signal. S10 Pro’s IP69 waterproof capacity deals well with rainy weather while the 5000mAh big battery and power-saving technology guarantees 3 days of use. Also, the 4G network and reliable positioning performance let you feel free to travel all over the world.

Special Industry Workers Think It’s Useful
Drop-proof, waterproof, dust-proof abilities make S10 Pro a good work assistant for construction worker, coal miner, maritime worker, etc.

NOMU phone aims to make your life colorful and convenient. Here we specially make a video about the practical use of one of our phones, S10. It is a low version of S10 Pro. Relatively, S10 Pro has larger storage capacity, higher pixel, and higher waterproof performance. If you are surprised by the good performance of S10 in the video. Then you can expect more from S10 Pro.

BTW, you can now buy NOMU S10 Pro Phablet from Gearbest.com. You can also order NOMU S10 smartphone from Gearbest.com.

 

 

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