NUU B10 4G LTE Unlocked Android Smartphone | 6.55” HD+ Display | 48MP Triple-Camera | 64GB + 4GB RAM | 4000mAh Battery | Android 11 | Compatible with T-Mobile (White)
(as of Feb 21,2023 08:55:24 UTC – Details)
From the brand
NUU Mobile is leading cell phone brand with over 10 years on phones design and manufactures, and delivered to customer worldwide.
How did we get our start?
Since the beginning, NUU has brought feature-rich and cost-effective mobile phone products to the market.
What makes our products unique?
NUU Phone is designed with simplicity, durability and ease of use in mind to bring convenience to life.
What is an unlocked phone?
An unlocked phone is a device that has no carrier locks or restrictions. Unlocked phones can be moved from one network to another, typically by swapping the SIM card inside.
Exciting performance: The MediaTek P60 Octa-core chip is made for a great combination of functionality and style.
Pro-grade triple-camera: A main 48MP camera and a 8MP wide-angle camera with FoV 127° allow you to see more or more in the photo. A 2MP Macro camera comes with a large F/2.2 aperture for stirring close-up shots in less than 2.2mm. The camera also comes with AI beauty-mode mode to enhance the photo features – allowing you to take the best shot.
Powerful significant memory: B10 comes with 4GB RAM and 64GB ROM to give you enough space to download and install everything you need on your phone. You can expand your storage with maximum up to a 512GB microSD card (not included in the packaging).
Large battery: B10 comes with a 4,000 mAh battery to support your all day long.
Fully connected: B10 is compatible with T-Mobile and its MVNOs – including Allvoi Wireless, Beast Mobile, Best Cellular, Boost Mobile, Consumer Cellular, Gen Mobile, Hello Mobile, Lycamobile, Mango Mobile, Metro By T-Mobile, Mint Mobile, Optimum Mobile, Simple Mobile, SpeedTalk Mobile, Tello, Ting Mobile, Tracfone, Ultra Mobile, US Mobile, Walmart Family Mobile and many more. Please check with your carrier directly for more information on their Bring Your Own Device program compatibility.