Snapdragon 660-Powered 360 N6 Pro Spotted On AnTuTu Revealing 18:9 Screen Ratio

by Jed John 2

360Mobiles will be launching its first full-screen smartphone on November 28. The phone which is known as 360 N6 Pro had earlier been spotted on TENAA revealing its specs. Now, the N6 Pro has appeared on AnTuTu benchmark confirming the key specifications the model is expected to pack. The device appeared on TENAA with the model number 360 1801-A01 and identified on AnTuTu with the same model number.

One of the specs the 360 N6 Pro is expected to feature is a full-view display and is listed with a 2160 x 1080p resolution. The smartphone is also listed to pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor which is backed by 6GB of RAM while there is 64GB of storage onboard. The chipset is also paired with an Adreno 512 GPU. The N6 Pro runs Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box which will likely be with some customization. AnTuTu also listed that the device scored 114269 points in test and this could be attributed to the premium SD 660 chipset.

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A previously leaked posted had teased what is said to be the 360 N6 Pro’s design and we have also seen a couple of other specs which include a 4000mAh battery. We’ll get to find out more when the device goes official on November 28. But expect something spectacular from 360 Mobiles who already has a reputation for sleek smartphone designs.

(source)360 N6 Pro