Bluboo seem to be listening to the customer feedback and they are adding a NFC function to the upcoming model Picasso 4G, the slightly innovated version of the original Picasso. Such additions are always welcome and we can just applaud and call for more from the others.
NFC or Near Field Communication is a wireless comm technology allowing the electronic devices to communicate within a very short range. It’s mostly used in contactless payments or data transfer. Thanks to the NFC support the phone can serve as a kind of “mobile wallet” and can substitute the credit card, so you can use it for example paying in parking automats, tickets booths or maybe opening doors instead of an electronic lock.
Bluboo Picasso 4G is a budget phone offering 5-inch HD display, quad-core MT6735 processor, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB of storage, 13 Mpix main camera, 8 Mpix selfie front camera, 2500 mAh battery capacity and Android 6.0 Marshmallow as the OS. The design will be exactly the same as with the original Picasso.
But in case you wouldn’t want to wait for the Picasso 4G then maybe you can grab a Bluboo Maya Max right away, because flash sales have it with the price tag as low as $99.99.