Some of the functions of the mobile phones are already considered as the basic equipments, like the fingeprint scanner. Some others are slowly clawing their way to the universal recognition, like the new Face ID. And some older ones are coming back in favor and usability like the NFC chips. And because it’s always best to offer it all to the customer, the new Oukitel K10 will have all three of the above mentioned technologies.
NFC (Near Field Communication) is a close-distance wireless communication capable of serving in many ways, some of them quite diverse. With Android Pay it’s easy to turn your phone into a contact-less credit card or it’s very easy to check out your bus card balance just holding it to your phone. Alternatively it can work as a data transfer way faster than Bluetooth, serve as an entrance guard with stored ticket or password, get the benefits of your custom configured smart tags or even allow some access control. Check out the following video for the examples of such practical functions.
But Oukitel K10 is of course way more than just the NFC chip, the phone will be very well equipped and especially the monster 11.000 mAh battery is worthy of sheer awe and respect. It will also have the new Helio P23 processor, 6 GB RAM, 64 GB of internal storage, 21MP and 13MP shooters with secondary cameras, 6-inch FHD+ 18:9 display, Face ID, fingeprint scanner and Android 7.1.1 Nougat as the OS. It should be hitting the market in January and more information about the K10 will surely be displayed on their official website.