The cheapest full-screen phone is the 360 N6 Pro. But as the name suggests there is another phone from this family not released yet. Yesterday the company’s president, Li Kaixin confirmed the existence of the original 360 N6. But he didn’t say anything about its features, price, and launch date. Today one of the bloggers revealed an information concerning the processor and the possible launch date of this handset.
The newly launched 360 N6 Pro is out and we know that’s one of most attractive smartphones around the globe. It comes with a full-screen design, Snapdragon 660 chip, and 4+64GB of memory combination. This amazing handset costs 1699 yuan ($257). This simply means 360 Mobiles came in with a super mid-range smartphone capable of fighting with top brands such as Vivo (X20), Oppo (R11s), Xiaomi (Mi Note 3), and Smartisan (Nuts Pro 2). But if this manufacturer could design a great handset with the latest trendy features and priced affordably, it also means the original 360 N6 should come with identical features and cost less.
According to some sources, the 360 N6 will sport an 18:9 full-screen like its sibling. But what’s amazing, it will be packed with a Snapdragon 630 chip. If this happens, the phone will join other devices including the Nokia 7, Asus ZenFone 4, and Sharp Aquos S2. So if the SND660-powered model is priced at 1699 yuan, this one should come under 1500 yuan ($227). There is every chance 360 Mobiles will conquer the whole market of budget-friendly full-screen phones.
Nothing is known about its release date, but the same sources claim this phone will hit the market on December 12.