A new smartphone from 360 Mobiles has been spotted passing TENAA certification. This new device is expected to be its first smartphone for 2017.
As of this writing, it is not known whether the rumored 360 Mobiles smartphone will belong to its N-series or Q-series devices. However, its photos have surfaced through TENAA listing.
A small red-colored circle can be seen below the display of the mysterious 360 Mobiles smartphone. This design for the Home Button seems to be inspired from Nubia phones. The ambient sensor and front-facing camera above the display.
The smartphone is expected to feature a unibody metallic chassis with a thickness of 8.5 mm. The rear panel of the device houses the main camera. Below the camera, there is an LED flash and fingerprint scanner.
As far as the specifications of the rumored 360 device is concerned, it is expected to house a 5.5-inch full HD display. An octa-core processor working at 1.8 GHz is expected to power the device along with 6 GB of RAM. Its native storage will be of 32 GB.
Its other specs include 8-megapixel front-facing camera, a 13-megapixel rear camera, Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS and an in-built battery of 3,920 mAh capacity. Currently, the pricing and launch date of this rumored device is not known.
360 Mobiles does not sell its smartphones outside China. However, in the home country it is quite famous mainly because of its affordably priced smartphones. In the recent past, it has released smartphones such as 360 N4S, 360 N4A, 360 Q5 and Q5 Plus.