Just fresh out of the N4A launch, 360 Mobile has once again launched another smartphone today in its expansive N4 series, this time around the Snapdragon-powered version of the 360 N4S. The company also used the event to disclose that it had achieved cumulative sales of up to 2 million units on Jingdong.
The 360 N4S was first released in July this year with an Helio X20 chipset firing things up but the latest version is coming with a Snapdragon 625 chip. This forms the main difference between this version and the previous one as well as an upgrade in the storage from 32GB to 64GB in this new version. Other than these, they both are similar on other specs.
The appearance doesn’t change either, sporting the same metal body with well chamfered, rounded edges for easier grip. The device also features a fingerprint sensor which an be use for fingerprint payment, to unlock the device, as well as to open the camera.
In terms of other hardware, the 360 N4S sports a 5.5-inch full fit In-Cell display with 1080 pixels resolution, powered by a 2.0GHz octa-ore Snapdragon 625 processor complemented by 4GB RAM. There is also 64GB internal storage on the device as against 32GB on the Helio X20 version.
Camera wise, the N4S packs a 16MP rear-facing camera with LED flash and up front, there is an 8MP selfie snapper. The smartphone also has a massive 5,000mAh built-in battery with support for Quick charge 3.0 for fast charging. The device is touted as being able to achieve full charge capacity in 150 minutes and lasts up to 3 days. The smartphone comes in three distinct color variants of gold, gray and pink. Also, there is full network support as well as dual SIM / dual standby support.
Coming to the price, the Snapdragon 625-powered 360 N4S starts at just 1299 Yuan ($192). That is just an 100 Yuan higher than the Helio X20 version with 32GB storage which is currently sold for 1199 Yuan ($177). Reservations for the device starts today by 4pm in China. The device will go on sale via 360 Mall and Jingdong on November 2 by 10am.