With an interval of two weeks, 360 Mobiles launched three new smartphones. The first model named the 360 N6 Pro was announced back on November 28. Many wondered why the company released the Pro version sooner than the regular variant. It was said there had been some shortcomings, and the company’s president ordered to improve them. Actually, we have no information what he meant, but today two new models were unleashed at a special event. As expected, the company unveiled the 360 N6 and 360 N6 Lite.
The former one sports a 5.93-inch full-screen with a resolution of a 2160 × 1080 and aspect ratio of 18:9. This is the selling point that should boost the sales of the N6. However, there are other amazing features worthy to talk about. Apart from the full-screen, the 360 N6 is packed with a Snapdragon 630 chip, which is accompanied by a 4/6GB of LPDDR4X RAM and 64GB of internal storage. In comparison to the previous-gen Snapdragon 625, the overall performance is improved by 30%. So it’s got closer to the super mid-range Snapdragon 660. The second selling point is considered to be the 5000mAh battery that is said to provide up to 3 days of normal use on a single charge. This battery also supports Quick Charge 3.0, which means after 30 minutes of charging it will be able to provide a day-lasting life. It runs on Android 8.0.
The 4+64GB variant of the 360 N6 is priced at 1399 yuan ($211), while the 6+64GB model costs 1599 yuan ($241). It yields the newly launched Xiaomi Redmi 5 and Redmi 5 Plus, but the 360 N6 is still one of the cheapest full-screen phones around the globe.
As for the 360 N6 Lite, it comes with a 5.5-inch display (1920×1080 pixels) with a 100% sRGB color gamut covering. There is also a Snapdragon 630 chip, a 4GB LPDDR4X of RAM, a 32GB of internal storage, a 4020mAh capacity, an 8MP front camera with an intelligent beauty algorithm, a 12MP sensor with an aperture of f/2.0, PDAF, and AF with a focusing speed of 0.1 seconds.
The phone will go on sale on December 14 at a price tag of 999 yuan ($150).