Young up and comer Qiku are set to launch a new smartphone on the 21st March boasting flagship hardware.
Qiku might not be the best known smartphone maker but the brand has been making a name for itself in China since launch early last year. The original Qiku phones were a mix of budget and high-end device, with the former sporting a dual camera design and Qualcomm chipset.
It looks as though Qiku have decided to follow the ‘if it ain’t broken don’t fix it route’ with their next generation phone as once again the phone will come with a powerful Snapdragon chipset and two rear cameras.
Earlier Antutu benchmarks confirmed that the new Qiku would come with a Snapdragon 820 SoC, 4GB RAM, 128GB memory, 2 x 13 mega-pixel rear camera’s and Qiku’s own 360 OS based on Android 6.0.1.
Chinese tech fans can expect the phone to launch at an event in Beijing on 21st March. The launch teaser features the number ‘f4’ which could simply mean that this if the 4th phone in the Qiku range or could hint at something a little more mysterious.
What do you think of the Qiku range of phones, and the specifications of this latest top of the range phone?