Although 360 Mobiles don’t sell their smartphones internationally, the company has got a good fan following here thanks to its affordable value for money smartphones. Now, after a few teasers, 360 Mobiles has just updated its N series lineup with a new model, the 360 N4A. In case you are wondering what’s the difference between the previously released 360 N4S and the new N4A, then note that this new model is a toned down version, coming with less powerful specs and a cheaper price tag.
The 360 N4A comes with a full metal body, just like the N4S with 2.5D glass on top and an 8.2mm thick body. The screen up front is a 5.5-inch panel with 1080p resolution, 450 nits max brightness and 100% sRGB.
Under the hood, you have the decent MediaTek MT6753 octa-core chipset with 3GB RAM and 32GB of expandable internal storage (upto 128GB). Personally, I think Helio P10 would have been a better choice for the processor. As for the camera, the 360 N4A features a 13MP sensor with f/2.0 aperture, 5P lens and PDAF (0.1s). Up front, you have a 5MP shooter with ultra-wide lens and soft light support. For software, the phone comes with the 360 OS 2.0 based on Android 6 Marshmallow. You get 4G LTE dual SIM card support as well.
Other features of the 360 N4A include a large 4000mAh battery with 43 hours talktime and continuous 13 hours of video playback. So, you can get up to 2 days on a single charge. The phone supports 9V 2A fast charging, and charges up to 80% in an hour, which is pretty good.
Like always, the company has priced the 360 N4A aggressively and starts at just 899 Yuan ($133). The phone will go on sale via reputed sellers such as JD.com, Lynx, and others on October 18 at 10AM.