Qiku 360 announce 128GB, 2K flagship with dual rear camera


qiku 360 2k flagship

Thought it was only Xiaomi who launched a new phone today? Well think again, Qiku also had something new up their sleeve with 2K panel and dual camera design.

Qiku had already launched a couple of dual camera phones last year. Those models started from 1999 Yuan with 1080 display, fingerprint scanner and Snapdragon 808 chipset.

The phone launched today is a new flagship device and comes with the same Snapdragon 808, metal body design and dual 13 mega-pixel cameras but now boasts a large 6-inch display with 2K 2560 x 1440 resolution.

qiku 360 2k

This 2K Qiku also offers a large screen to body ratio when compared to previous versions, and has more memory too (4GB RAM and 128GB internal memory).

Another change is the 3600mAh battery with 9V 2.2A fast charge support and full network support for Chinese carriers (also meaning fairly good compatibility in Europe too).

Qiku 360 2K gallery

Qiku only look set to launch the device in China where it is on sale today for 2999 Yuan. If you were to chose to import the phone make sure it’s possible to install Google services on it easily before you do.

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70 Comments

  1. Aa
    January 14, 2016

    Maybe this photo is proof that modern phones are too big.
    Tastes are different, but i like 4,5-4,7″.

    • balcobomber25
      January 14, 2016

      If you wear small pants sure they are too big. I wear normal pants and can fit my 7 inch tablet in my pocket and I’m not a really big guy. It all comes down to the individual user.

      • Aa
        January 14, 2016

        I know, I also can put 7″ tablet in my pocket. And this picture is obviously small woman + shallow pocket for demonstrative purposes, but I found this picture a bit funny. 🙂

        • balcobomber25
          January 14, 2016

          I tried on a pair of Skinny Jeans once, I got one leg in and said F this.

          • King
            January 14, 2016

            lol.

    • Assefa Hanson
      January 14, 2016

      obviously this is a small pocket, less than half of the phone can fit, so even a 3″ phone of same width etc wouldnt fit well in this case

      • Aa
        January 14, 2016

        I know, this picture is obviously small woman + shallow pocket for demonstrative purposes, but I found this picture a bit funny. 🙂

        • thachad098
          January 14, 2016

          If this properly fits the pants, we wont be able to see the phone… ^_^

          • Aa
            January 14, 2016

            Exactly, demonstrative purpose of the photo.

      • Muhammad Yasir
        January 14, 2016

        *gives his seal of Approval*

    • Roberto Tomás
      January 14, 2016

      I think variety is important.

      A nice 4 inch phone makes sense for someone like in that picture, who is clearly far less than 1.5m tall (remember that phone is only 6 inches diagonal, and it is as long as her whole forearm).

      I am over 1.9m tall. I see 5″ as minimal. 8 inch tablets (which have gigantic 2010-era bezels and are 16:10 instead of 16:9, so are proportionally wider) still actually fit in my hand.

      • Muhammad Yasir
        January 14, 2016

        its a petite chick … nothing to do with the size of phone she likes ,
        just like other things :p (IYKWIM)

        • Yeti hand
          January 14, 2016

          Hands? Are we talking about hands??
          Here I come, 6 inches?? Meh I can handle it with one hand EASYYYY 😀

          • Muhammad Yasir
            January 14, 2016

            hands .. eh..
            yes , indeed … Hands it is 😀

            • Yeti hand
              January 14, 2016

              😉

    • Muhammad Yasir
      January 14, 2016

      no

    • yalok
      January 14, 2016

      That’s why I switched from 5.5″ to 5.2″. Much easier to deal with one hand now and much more comfortable in the pocket. I’m 2m tall and it was easier to type on 5.5″ though.

  2. Rob
    January 14, 2016

    This was announced months ago and is supposed to have the SD810 and not the 808 a mentioned in your article. As for Google services I know the other models have them installed easily enough so can’t see this being any different.

  3. Roberto Tomás
    January 14, 2016

    is there android software to handle those dual rear camera .. for stuff (I presume) like focus-after-shot and 3d scanning?

    • Muhammad Yasir
      January 14, 2016

      hopefully …

  4. Muhammad Yasir
    January 14, 2016

    IMBECILES .. could hav EASILY gone for SD 652 or X20 but noooo , stupid decision always sound so good.

    have fun selling this at THAT price when newer cpus RETAIL FOR A LOT f*cking LESS !

    • Raul
      January 14, 2016

      y u so mad ?

      • Muhammad Yasir
        January 15, 2016

        y u so meddling ?

    • Frederick Micallef
      January 14, 2016

      808 is a great soc, little throttling as well

      • Muhammad Yasir
        January 15, 2016

        throttling in the sense ?

        also , i would like to see CHEAPER 808 phones , below $150 , now that 650 has got the helm on the hexa core front !

        • Frederick Micallef
          January 15, 2016

          throttling is when the soc doesn’t vary much under heavy load.

          the 810 is a great soc, but since it heats a lot, it throttles a lot, yielding to a loss of performance.

          808 is simply top notch is my opinion, though my favourite is still the exynos 2014-15 series.

          I double that the 808 will be on smartphones below $150, it is a premium soc, and snapdragon so…no

          if you have some free time watch this:

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igoW7FFhJG8

        • balcobomber25
          January 15, 2016

          The 808 is a SoC for midrange phones around $250, doubt you will find it in $150 phones anytime soon.

          • Muhammad Yasir
            January 15, 2016

            🙁

    • balcobomber25
      January 15, 2016

      Umm, SD808 is a very good SoC for this phone…..

      • Muhammad Yasir
        January 15, 2016

        but … last gen ?
        i know , im a sucker for 808 too…

        • balcobomber25
          January 15, 2016

          You get too caught up in last gen vs next gen. The 808 is an excellent SoC for this price point regardless of when it was released. The 2 year old SD801 is a still a very good SoC.

          • Muhammad Yasir
            January 15, 2016

            guess it comes with being a gamer/pc-geek/computer engg/tech enthusiast…

            maybe someone from IGN bit me :p ?

          • Frederick Micallef
            January 15, 2016

            yes, 801, 805 and 808 are great socs from snapdragon

  5. Aa
    January 14, 2016

    Maybe this photo is proof that modern phones are too big.
    Tastes are different, but i like 4,5-4,7″.

    • balcobomber25
      January 14, 2016

      If you wear small pants sure they are too big. I wear normal pants and can fit my 7 inch tablet in my pocket and I’m not a really big guy. It all comes down to the individual user.

    • Assefa Hanson
      January 14, 2016

      obviously this is a small pocket, less than half of the phone can fit, so even a 3″ phone of same width etc wouldnt fit well in this case

    • Aa
      January 14, 2016

      I know, I also can put 7″ tablet in my pocket. And this picture is obviously small woman + shallow pocket for demonstrative purposes, but I found this picture a bit funny. 🙂

    • Aa
      January 14, 2016

      I know, this picture is obviously small woman + shallow pocket for demonstrative purposes, but I found this picture a bit funny. 🙂

    • Roberto Tomás
      January 14, 2016

      I think variety is important.

      A nice 4 inch phone makes sense for someone like in that picture, who is clearly far less than 1.5m tall (remember that phone is only 6 inches diagonal, and it is as long as her whole forearm).

      I am over 1.9m tall. I see 5″ as minimal. 8 inch tablets (which have gigantic 2010-era bezels and are 16:10 instead of 16:9, so are proportionally wider) still actually fit in my hand.

    • Guest
      January 14, 2016

      no

    • Guest
      January 14, 2016

      *gives his seal of Approval*

    • Guest
      January 14, 2016

      its a petite chick … nothing to do with the size of phone she likes ,
      just like other things :p (IYKWIM)

    • thachad098
      January 14, 2016

      If this properly fits the pants, we wont be able to see the phone… ^_^

    • Yeti hand
      January 14, 2016

      Hands? Are we talking about hands??
      Here I come, 6 inches?? Meh I can handle it with one hand EASYYYY 😀

    • balcobomber25
      January 14, 2016

      I tried on a pair of Skinny Jeans once, I got one leg in and said F this.

    • Guest
      January 14, 2016

      hands .. eh..
      yes , indeed … Hands it is 😀

    • King
      January 14, 2016

      lol.

    • Yeti hand
      January 14, 2016

      😉

    • yalok
      January 14, 2016

      That’s why I switched from 5.5″ to 5.2″. Much easier to deal with one hand now and much more comfortable in the pocket. I’m 2m tall and it was easier to type on 5.5″ though.

    • Aa
      January 14, 2016

      Exactly, demonstrative purpose of the photo.

  6. Rob
    January 14, 2016

    This was announced months ago and is supposed to have the SD810 and not the 808 a mentioned in your article. As for Google services I know the other models have them installed easily enough so can’t see this being any different.

  7. Roberto Tomás
    January 14, 2016

    is there android software to handle those dual rear camera .. for stuff (I presume) like focus-after-shot and 3d scanning?

    • Guest
      January 14, 2016

      hopefully …

  8. Guest
    January 14, 2016

    IMBECILES .. could hav EASILY gone for SD 652 or X20 but noooo , stupid decision always sound so good.

    have fun selling this at THAT price when newer cpus RETAIL FOR A LOT f*cking LESS !

    • Raul
      January 14, 2016

      y u so mad ?

    • Frederick Micallef
      January 14, 2016

      808 is a great soc, little throttling as well

    • balcobomber25
      January 15, 2016

      Umm, SD808 is a very good SoC for this phone…..

    • Guest
      January 15, 2016

      but … last gen ?
      i know , im a sucker for 808 too…

    • Guest
      January 15, 2016

      y u so meddling ?

    • Guest
      January 15, 2016

      throttling in the sense ?

      also , i would like to see CHEAPER 808 phones , below $150 , now that 650 has got the helm on the hexa core front !

    • balcobomber25
      January 15, 2016

      You get too caught up in last gen vs next gen. The 808 is an excellent SoC for this price point regardless of when it was released. The 2 year old SD801 is a still a very good SoC.

    • Guest
      January 15, 2016

      guess it comes with being a gamer/pc-geek/computer engg/tech enthusiast…

      maybe someone from IGN bit me :p ?

    • Frederick Micallef
      January 15, 2016

      throttling is when the soc doesn’t vary much under heavy load.

      the 810 is a great soc, but since it heats a lot, it throttles a lot, yielding to a loss of performance.

      808 is simply top notch is my opinion, though my favourite is still the exynos 2014-15 series.

      I double that the 808 will be on smartphones below $150, it is a premium soc, and snapdragon so…no

      if you have some free time watch this:

    • Frederick Micallef
      January 15, 2016

      yes, 801, 805 and 808 are great socs from snapdragon

    • balcobomber25
      January 15, 2016

      The 808 is a SoC for midrange phones around $250, doubt you will find it in $150 phones anytime soon.

    • Guest
      January 15, 2016

      🙁

  9. realjjj
    January 15, 2016

    Not really a new phone, just a new variation of an existing model.

    • Muhammad Yasir
      January 15, 2016

      shame ?

  10. realjjj
    January 15, 2016

    Not really a new phone, just a new variation of an existing model.

    • Guest
      January 15, 2016

      shame ?