Today another full-screen handset was launched. The 360 N6 Pro came to prove a super mid-range smartphone with a full-screen can be priced too low. It is available in three variants. The starting price is 1699 yuan ($257). This is the price tag of the 4+64GB variant, while the 6+64GB model costs 1899 yuan ($287), and 6+128GB is available at 2399 yuan ($363). However, the selling point of this phone is not the price. It uses an axisymmetric design, which means the camera and sensors are located on both sides. Let’s get acquainted with its hardware and design elements and take a look at the first unboxing photos of the N6 Pro.
The 360 N6 Pro comes with a 2.5D arc glass panel that passes through 8x ultrasonic cleaning, 5x silk screen baking, and 10-layer NCVM vacuum plating process to make the surface reflect like a mirror. The camera, flashlight, and fingerprints are arranged from top to bottom on the back of the phone symmetrical along the central axis.
As for hardware, the 360 N6 Pro is packed with a 5.99-inch screen that occupies 84.5% of the front panel. But there are other great screen features as well including 2160×1080 pixels resolution, 85% of NTSC color gamut, sRGB color gamut coverage of more than 100%, and so on. The phone runs on Snapdragon 660. There is also a whopping 4050mAh battery supporting 18W fast charge technology.
At last, the 360 N6 Pro sports an 8MP front camera supporting beauty optimization, while there is a virtual blur dual-camera using a 16+2MP sensor set. The latter comes with an aperture of f/2.0, 4K video recording and PDAF support.