360 to introduce new device with Qualcomm Snapdragon 670

Qualcomm Snapdragon 670

Throughout 2017, Snapdragon 660 has been Qualcomm’s main midrange chip. The likes of OPPO R11, OPPO R11s, Vivo X20, Xiaomi Note 3 and Nut Pro 2 have used it in their devices & the feedback has been quite impressive. The company has now decided to take one step further & introduce the successor of Snapdragon 660.

A brand new 360 device, with model number 1809-A01, has appeared on GeekBench on 28th March. It reportedly has the Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 processor inside. The Snapdragon 670 has an impressive single-core score of 1844 and multi-core score of 5689 by its name.


Since the 360 N6 Pro bears the model number 1801-A01, this new 360 device is suspected to be a new generation N series product. Apart from the Snapdragon 670 chip, it runs on Android 8.1 and contains 6 GB memory.

The Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 is manufactured by the 10nm process with its CPU core being the outcome of the ‘big.LITTLE’ architecture. Both of the high-end custom Cortes A-75 cores are built with Kryo 300 Gol architecture. The Kryo 300 Silver architecture is utilized to build the 6 low-end custom Cortex A-55 cores. The low-end core boasts of the maximum clock speed of approximately 1.7 GHz whereas the high-end core is capable of reaching almost 2.6 GHz at its best.

Via: myDrivers

360 to introduce new device with Qualcomm Snapdragon 670