Last month, a 360 Mobiles smartphone with a full-screen display was seen on TENAA. The phone with model number 1713-A01 packs an 18:9 display of unknown size and also has a rear fingerprint scanner. It appears the phone will launch as the N6 Pro and may likely be announced next week.
As you already know by now, Weibo usually reveals the device type used in making a post. 360 Mobiles CEO Zhou Hongyi took to the micro-blogging site to respond to a post in which he was tagged in.
The post in question shows schematics of a full-screen phone which the person is asking if is the 360 full-screen flagship. The CEO’s response doesn’t acknowledge the schematics as that of the phone, but he does mention that there will be an announcement next week Tuesday (21st of November).
Some sources say that the phone may be launched that day while others say it may be the launch date that will be revealed. But whichever one it is, it sure will relate to the upcoming smartphone.
The other interesting part of the response is that the device used in posting the reply is revealed as the N6 Pro. At the moment, the phone manufacturer has no device in the market that goes by that name. Its latest device is the 360 Mobile Vizza, so the only plausible explanation is that the N6 Pro is the full-screen device set to launch soon.
360 Mobiles smartphones are known for packing pretty impressive specs at an affordable price. Based on CEO Zhou Hongyi’s post, the N6 Pro will keep to that tradition.