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Nomu S30 Review: The Smartphone for the toughest ones

If you are a smartphone enthusiast and follow the newer smartphone manufacturers and brands then chances are high that you must have heard about the brand named ‘Nomu‘. For those of you who are still unaware, this brand is famous for manufacturing ‘rough & tough’ smartphones for the millennials.

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In this post, you can get to know more about the brand’s latest offering named the Nomu S30 which is also a rugged phone supporting water & dust proof just like its predecessor – Nomu S10. You’d also be happy to know that these smartphone is not just tough, it comes with an insanely huge battery of 5000 mAh that should be good enough to keep the phone going for two days straight.

Let’s dive in and find out the nitty gritty of the phone so that it would be easier for all the prospective buyers to decide whether or not this is the right fit for their needs and pocket.

Specifications of Nomu S30 Smartphone:

  • 5.5″ full HD display with Gorilla Glass 4 protection
  • Running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system out of the box
  • Powered by Meditek Octa-core processor
  • 4GB RAM & 64 GB internal storage with expandable memory card support
  • 13 MP & 5 MP rear and front cameras respectively
  • Supports Dual-SIM, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 4G, etc

Let us move ahead and discuss in detail different important aspects of the Nomu S30 smartphone.

Box Contents:

The Nomu S30 smartphone is packed with all the basic stuff that a smartphone package generally comes with which includes the wall charger, USB cable, a decent pair of earphone, the phone itself along with the basic and boring quick start guide and booklets.

Here’s an image of the box contents for your reference.

Looks and Initial Impressions:

As soon as you hold the device in your hands, you will realize that this device is for people who needs a very rough and tough smartphone that will keep going no matter how it is being treated. The S30 has a beautiful 5.5″ full HD screen with capacitive touch buttons which is protected with Gorilla Glass 4 so that you don’t have to worry about any scratches on the screen of the device.

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On the bottom of the phone sits the stereo speaker, USB charger covered with a strong flap to protect the phone and it’s internals from water and dust. On one side the device features the typical volume rocker buttons and on the other, are the power button and SIM card tray to hold dual SIM cards at a time.

In the rear of the device, you can spot a 13 MP shooter to capture images on the go along with the manufacturers branding on the bottom and few other regulatory information regarding certifications, etc. In case you’re wondering the device has an 8 MP front camera to help you take selfies pics and videos.

Hardware:

As mentioned couple of times earlier, the device is built keeping in mind the tough situations that a smartphone has to generally go through. Hence, proper care has been taken that the phone sustains all kind of weather conditions and situations. It has IP 68 rating which is safe for both, water and dust proofing.

In terms of processor and power of the device, it is features Mediatek 2.0 Octa-core processor coupled with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage. If needed, there’s also support for expanding the device’s memory which could come in handy if you store lots of heavy media files in the smartphone.

The device performed satisfactorily even when we tested it through some of the popular benchmarking services. Here is a screenshot of one such test:

Camera:

To say the least, both the front and rear cameras on the device performed to our satisfaction when compared with any other similarly or even slightly higher priced smartphone. Here we present to you few such images so that you can yourself judge the quality of the smartphone camera:

Battery:

As expected, the phone doesn’t disappoint even when it comes to its power consumption and aspect, thanks to the 5000 mAh battery on board. During our tests and while we asked our friends who has already used the phone, it lasted for two days easily with a single charge. Surprisingly, with considerate usage of the phone and minimal brightness, the phone went on up to 3 days with a single charge. Interesting, isn’t it?

Pricing & Conclusion:

The price of Nomu S30 hovers at around $250 currently and we believe it is not a bad deal at all considering the features and toughness the phone is built with. Having said that, be sure that you really need such a device since it could be bit of a problem to carry a slightly bulkier device.

You may purchase the device using the link below.

 

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  1. Don’t buy Nomu S30, because looking very ugly, bulky, slow charging, weak speaker quality, poor camera result, most of sensors not working, never get OS update, weak GPS and display resolution is not good at all. on the other hand AGM X1 Stunning looking rugged smartphone. recently introduced AGM X1 18k Gold edition. AGM X1 come with 5400mAH battery, 13MP dual camera, Super AMOLED display, great GPS, useful outdoor software, External memory 128GB, fingerprint, quick charge 3.0, and etc.
    why you want to buy Nomu S30 for 250$ ?
    AGM X1 available at 270$

  2. rlly? Agm x1 is much better ,,, better reviews , PPRs and specs Octa-Core 1.5 GHz, 4GB ram, 64GB mem , two 13 Megapixels cameras and ip68 ( it comes with Lollipop but can be upgraded to 7.0) … just check out thatagmdude.blogspot.com/2017/03/RDeen0Xagmx1part1.html?

  3. I like Nomu S30. it’s pretty clear that the NOMU S30 touts its toughness
    as the primary selling point and, I’m happy to say that it seems to
    deliver on that front as far as my general testing was concerned. This
    might appeal to those who work in electronics-unfriendly conditions like
    construction, or in various other outdoor occupations. Outside of work
    scenarios, the phone can be suitable for those who may be somewhat
    accident prone with their gadgets, or are maybe looking for a secondary
    device to use at the beach or around the pool without fear of sand or
    liquid ruining the device.

  4. Perfect for me Nomu s30. Love the solid feel and exceptional battery life, charge it every two to three days for a couple of hours, and not having to worry about dropping it, knocking it, getting it wet when it rains…. perfect for the outdoors person… recommended.

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