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UMIDIGI Bison X10G Rugged Smartphone, NFC, T-Mobile,

(10 customer reviews)

640 Riyal

UMIDIGI Bison X10G Rugged Smartphone, NFC, T-Mobile, is available in Saudi Arabia.

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UMIDIGI Bison X10G Rugged Smartphone, NFC, T-Mobile, – Features & Prices in Saudi Arabia :

UMIDIGI Bison X10G Rugged Smartphone, NFC, T-Mobile, 4+64G, Rugged Cell Phone Unlocked, IP68/IP69K Waterproof, Android 11, 6.53″ FHD Screen, 6150mAh Battery, 4G Dual SIM

Product Dimensions
67.74 x 33 x 5.08 inches
Item Weight
0.141 ounces
ASIN
B09NLN59NN
Item model number
RP05
RAM
4 GB
Wireless communication technologies
Cellular, NFC
Connectivity technologies
NFC
Other display features
Wireless
Device interface – primary
Touchscreen, Microphone
Other camera features
Rear, Front
Form Factor
Smartphone
Colour
Dull Black
Included Components
USB Cable
Manufacturer
UMIDIGI
Country of Origin
China
Date First Available
February 12, 2022

 

Test video – UMIDIGI Bison X10G Rugged Smartphone, NFC, T-Mobile, :

 

 

 

Product highlights :

  • 6150mAh high capacity Battery
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    Questions & Answers – UMIDIGI Bison X10G Rugged Smartphone, NFC, T-Mobile, :

    ➕ What is the price of UMIDIGI Bison X10G Rugged Smartphone, NFC, T-Mobile, in Saudi Arabia ?

    The price of UMIDIGI Bison X10G Rugged Smartphone, NFC, T-Mobile, in-store is 640 SAR VAT.

    ➕ When UMIDIGI Bison X10G Rugged Smartphone, NFC, T-Mobile, was released ?

    The release date was February 12, 2022.

    ➕ What is the price of UMIDIGI Bison X10G Rugged Smartphone, NFC, T-Mobile, cheap used ?

    The price of UMIDIGI Bison X10G Rugged Smartphone, NFC, T-Mobile, used is 440 SAR VAT.

    ➕ What are the main characteristics of UMIDIGI Bison X10G Rugged Smartphone, NFC, T-Mobile, ?

    Special specifications :
  • 6150mAh high capacity Battery
  • ➕ Is it interesting to buy this product ?

    The best people who can answer you are customers who have already bought and tested this product (See Customer Reviews). This product is rated 3.6 / 5 on Amazon.

    ➕ Where to buy UMIDIGI Bison X10G Rugged Smartphone, NFC, T-Mobile, in Saudi Arabia ?

    Mall, Supermarkets, Amazon, Specialized stores, ….

     

    Technical specifications – UMIDIGI Bison X10G Rugged Smartphone, NFC, T-Mobile, :

     

    Brand
    UMIDIGI
    Model Name
    BISON X10 PRO
    Wireless Carrier
    Unlocked for All Carriers
    Cellular Technology
    4G
    Memory Storage Capacity
    64 GB
    Connectivity Technology
    NFC
    Color
    Dull Black
    Screen Size
    6.53 Inches
    Wireless network technology
    GSM, CDMA, LTE
    SIM card slot count
    Dual SIM

     

     

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    • Warranty :

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    • After-sales service :

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    10 reviews for UMIDIGI Bison X10G Rugged Smartphone, NFC, T-Mobile,

    1. L. K (verified owner)

      –  I’ve owned Umidigi products in the past (smart watch, Umidig X and Umidigi F1 – all did not disappoint. It has a large screen size which is perfect to play games like PubG or Call of Duty. With the large battery, I was able to get a good amount of gaming before I had to charge it. Response is fast (as seen in the video) and just love the overall feel or the phone. The back is not a slippery surface so it reduces the chances of me dropping the phone. I recommend buying if you want a larger screen size and a good battery for a decent price. Would buy again

    2. C. O (verified owner)

      – Ok. I will admit, I am by now a fan of this brand. Few years ago I tried one of the smartphones I saw on amazon and since they have a great price point, compering to Samsung or Apple, I figured it is worth trying.

    3. O. M (verified owner)

      Great Budget Phone w/ Budget Specs! –  I first got this phone because I needed a budget heavy duty, rugged phone, that could take a beating. And this phone is definitely one of those! I work a job where I’m constantly around heavy machinery and have to be very mobile and agile. I work around Forklifts, pallet jacks, and trucks and a shipping environment where I’m constantly on the go and can’t afford to have a delicate phone like the Samsung Galaxy phones or iPhones. For the price you’re paying for this phone, you’re getting a pretty good deal. The phone runs stock Android 11 with no 3rd party launcher. There is some bloatware, but not nearly as much as I have seen in the past 4 years on other phones. Here are my thoughts on each topic:

    4. O. M (verified owner)

      Great Budget Phone w/ Budget Specs! –  I first got this phone because I needed a budget heavy duty, rugged phone, that could take a beating. And this phone is definitely one of those! I work a job where I’m constantly around heavy machinery and have to be very mobile and agile. I work around Forklifts, pallet jacks, and trucks and a shipping environment where I’m constantly on the go and can’t afford to have a delicate phone like the Samsung Galaxy phones or iPhones. For the price you’re paying for this phone, you’re getting a pretty good deal. The phone runs stock Android 11 with no 3rd party launcher. There is some bloatware, but not nearly as much as I have seen in the past 4 years on other phones. Here are my thoughts on each topic:

    5. D. Z (verified owner)

      NOT Compatible with the new AT&T Network Change on 23FEB22 – I liked the way this Bison is designed as I wanted a rugged phone and although this was my first Android phone, it was easy to set up and the screen was responsive, the fingerprint reader and facial recognition works well and the screen resolution was quite good. I didn’t test the camera options very much but they worked well from what I could tell but didn’t really examine the quality of the photos beyond the basics. One negative is that this phone isn’t able to use the 5GHZ wireless band, meaning it will not be nearly as fast at downloading as most modern smartphones when using WiFi when it is confined to only using the mere 2.4GHZ band. Otherwise, the big problem was that I was led to believe this phone would work with the AT&T network, as one reviewer claimed it does work with AT&T. Well, sure, it works until 23FEB22 but it uses the 3G for voice with AT&T and so I was told by 3 different AT&T people that it was not going to be compatible going forward with AT&T. Now, supposedly it could be “provisioned” to work with AT&T network, and maybe this is true if one managed to get in touch with the right technically trained AT&T person. I had to talk with AT&T to even make my first call, but was told they made it work only until 23FEB. I decided to return this Bison phone versus end up having problems with my provider. I suspect this Bison would work with most service providers other than AT&T. One reason I purchased it was due to it being supposedly compatible with most every network in the world. The battery life was good and it tested to be around a 5100 mAh battery with accubattery app, and it would last me about 48 hours. The already applied screen protector worked quite well and was barely noticeable. Now, my model seemed confused and was the Bison 2021 model with the 5000 mAh battery and with 8G Ram and 128 storage. My model doesn’t seem to exist in the sense it was not the X10G version or the 6000+ battery version, etc. I suspect I got a model that was in transition and thus wasn’t really ready for prime time until some more changes are made to it to make it work with providers like AT&T. Yet, I was impressed overall with the quality and functionality of this phone for what it would do, and would consider the purchase of another phone from this same company in the future . It needs to work with the 5GHZ WiFi band and function with the AT&T network and I suspect this may already be the case with their 2022 models.

    6. D. Z (verified owner)

      NOT Compatible with the new AT&T Network Change on 23FEB22 – I liked the way this Bison is designed as I wanted a rugged phone and although this was my first Android phone, it was easy to set up and the screen was responsive, the fingerprint reader and facial recognition works well and the screen resolution was quite good. I didn’t test the camera options very much but they worked well from what I could tell but didn’t really examine the quality of the photos beyond the basics. One negative is that this phone isn’t able to use the 5GHZ wireless band, meaning it will not be nearly as fast at downloading as most modern smartphones when using WiFi when it is confined to only using the mere 2.4GHZ band. Otherwise, the big problem was that I was led to believe this phone would work with the AT&T network, as one reviewer claimed it does work with AT&T. Well, sure, it works until 23FEB22 but it uses the 3G for voice with AT&T and so I was told by 3 different AT&T people that it was not going to be compatible going forward with AT&T. Now, supposedly it could be “provisioned” to work with AT&T network, and maybe this is true if one managed to get in touch with the right technically trained AT&T person. I had to talk with AT&T to even make my first call, but was told they made it work only until 23FEB. I decided to return this Bison phone versus end up having problems with my provider. I suspect this Bison would work with most service providers other than AT&T. One reason I purchased it was due to it being supposedly compatible with most every network in the world. The battery life was good and it tested to be around a 5100 mAh battery with accubattery app, and it would last me about 48 hours. The already applied screen protector worked quite well and was barely noticeable. Now, my model seemed confused and was the Bison 2021 model with the 5000 mAh battery and with 8G Ram and 128 storage. My model doesn’t seem to exist in the sense it was not the X10G version or the 6000+ battery version, etc. I suspect I got a model that was in transition and thus wasn’t really ready for prime time until some more changes are made to it to make it work with providers like AT&T. Yet, I was impressed overall with the quality and functionality of this phone for what it would do, and would consider the purchase of another phone from this same company in the future . It needs to work with the 5GHZ WiFi band and function with the AT&T network and I suspect this may already be the case with their 2022 models.

    7. L. K (verified owner)

      –  I’ve owned Umidigi products in the past (smart watch, Umidig X and Umidigi F1 – all did not disappoint. It has a large screen size which is perfect to play games like PubG or Call of Duty. With the large battery, I was able to get a good amount of gaming before I had to charge it. Response is fast (as seen in the video) and just love the overall feel or the phone. The back is not a slippery surface so it reduces the chances of me dropping the phone. I recommend buying if you want a larger screen size and a good battery for a decent price. Would buy again

    8. C. O (verified owner)

      – Ok. I will admit, I am by now a fan of this brand. Few years ago I tried one of the smartphones I saw on amazon and since they have a great price point, compering to Samsung or Apple, I figured it is worth trying.

    9. I. A (verified owner)

      –  First let me start i love this phone..

    10. I. A (verified owner)

      –  First let me start i love this phone..

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