360 Mobiles have turned out to be an interesting smartphone maker, after re-branding itself into the new name and severing ties with Coolpad. The company released the 360 N4 smartphone back in May, and within two months, it looks like the company is all set to announce an upgraded version of the handset. 360 Mobiles announced earlier today that it will officially take the wraps of a new smartphone, the 360 N4S on July 15. Considering the N4 came with great specs and an aggressive price tag, we can expect the 360 N4S to take things a level further up.
The company hasn’t revealed any specs of the N4S, however, according to the words written alongside the new teaser, it looks like the phone will focus on the battery life in particular. It is said that the phone will provide battery life up to 2 days which would be great, considering that it is going to be a mid-ranger. And guess what, we could have already seen this device on TENAA earlier this month.
So, for upgrades, the 360 N4S will come with a metal body (including a gold color) along with a large battery. How large you ask? Well, it’s very large, measuring 4920mAh in capacity. So, two day battery life won’t be a problem for the device. As for the rest of the specs, its the same as the N4. Thich means it will feature the Helio X20 deca-core chip clocked at 2GHz inside with 4GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage and a 5.5-inch 1080p display. At the back, the phone will feature a 13MP Sony IMX258 sensor, while the front sports a 5MP shooter.
The 360 N4 model was priced at $138, so we can expect this upgraded version to retail for under $200. Let’s wait for more details.