360 N7 launched with Snapdragon 660 SoC, 6GB of RAM, and a 5030mAh battery

360 N7

Smartphone maker 360 Mobiles has introduced the 360 N7 in China with some impressive internals. The handset comes in 64GB and 128GB variants and costs ¥1699 (~$267) and ¥1899 ($298) respectively. It will be sold on JD.com in Graphite Black colour option only as of now.

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The 360 N7 adorns the metal unibody design that we’re now so familiar with. The rear is completely metal with antenna lines running across the top and bottom. The dual camera setup at the back is horizontally placed on the top left corner. The Moonlight White version has a really nice red coloured power button that gives it a unique touch reminding us of the OnePlus 5T White version.

360 N7

Specs-wise, the 360 N7 serves up a Snapdragon 660 that will flex its muscle on a 5.99-inch panel with Full-HD+ resolution covered by 2.5D curved glass. The processor is aided by 6GB of RAM and a massive 5,030mAh battery typical of 360. Like it was rumoured, the handset does support fast charging up to Quick Charge 3.0 (9V/2A). 360 Mobiles has loaded the N7 with the latest Android 8.1 Oreo but it isn’t unadulterated. It comes with the company’s own features like Hybrid Engine 2.0, Accelerator 2.0, and encryption features.

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The 360 N7 was earlier rumoured to feature a triple camera. However, that was pretty unlikely and it ends up getting a combo of 16MP f/2.0 and a 2MP. This is further supported by PDAF and LED flash. The selfie shooter at the front poses with an 8MP f/2.2 aperture.

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