360 Mobiles, formerly known as Qiku released the budget 360 F4 and the F4 Pro model back in March. However, the company had revealed back then that there were two other smartphone lineups this year, namely the mid-range 360 N series and the top-end 360 Q series. Now, it looks like the 360 N4 mid-ranger has just passed through the TENAA certification.
Looks wise, the phone seems just normal. It comes with a white plastic body with a fingerprint sensor and the 360 logo at the back. The front seems to feature 2.5D glass.
As for the specs, the phone will be powered by the deca-core Helio X20 chipset clocked at 2GHz. This is much lower than the 2.3GHz clock speed of the X20, so it could be an underclocked version. Since MTK is known to release multiple variants of its chipsets, it is a possibility.
As for the other specs, you get 4GB of RAM on board and a 5.5-inch 1080p display. There will be 32GB of expandable storage with a 3000mAh battery, rear fingerprint sensor, dual SIM , 4G LTE, 13MP front and a 5MP rear camera. The 360 N4 will run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. It isn’t the thinnest phone that we have seen with a 3000mAh battery at 8.4mm, but I guess, it’s acceptable. Also, it weighs about 160 grams.
Considering the specs of the device, the 360 N4 would be a good competitor to the recently announced Le 2 mid-ranger. It comes with similar specs and cost just 1099 Yuan ($170). So, expect the pricing to be on the similar lines for the N4.
So, it looks like the leaked photos of the new 360 smartphone wasn’t of the N4. The design looked premium and with dual cameras on board, it could be of the 360 Q series!