O+ 360 Extreme now official

O+ 360 Extreme now official




Along with the O+ 360 and 360 Alpha that were launched last month, the company also unveiled the 360 Extreme – a 5.5-inch smartphone that runs on an octa-core processor.

Oplus 360 Extreme

O+ 360 Extreme specs:

5.5-inch HD (1280×720) IPS display
1.7GHz MediaTek MT6592 octa-core processor
2GB RAM
Expandable 16GB internal storage
Supports up to 32GB MicroSD card
13MP rear camera with flash
8MP front camera with flash
Dual-SIM (MicroSIM + Regular)
3G/HSPA+
Bluetooth, Wi-Fi
2400mAh battery
Android 4.4 Kitkat
Dimension: 154 x 79 x 7.8mm
Weight: 152g


 

Just like on the EVO 4G, there were key information (screen resolution, model and make of the processor, official SRP and availability date) that were missing on the press release that were sent to us. We’ve already contacted O+ regarding this and will update this post accordingly.

Update: The O+ 360 Extreme is currently being retailed for Php12,995 and is now available in some O+ outlets and booths.

Update #2: The O+ 360 Extreme comes with a free accessory called O+ Tag. We’re not yet sure how it works, so we’ll have to wait for O+ to send us a review unit.

Update #3: The O+ 360 Extreme will feature an HD display and will run on an MT6592 octa-core processor with 1.7GHz clock speed.



This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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3 Responses

  1. Von says:

    Not too Impressive specifications that everybody wants and spec, and with this price?? And NO MHL or Miracast that can screen mirroring my 1080p HD Movie to a Big LCD TV? And NO impressive Audio or at least equivalent to Sony Hi-Resolution Audio (Xperia Z2 or Z3) to enjoy all your mp3 album? It’s better to think wisely before we spend our money! May be they think that many of us still ignorant, they blind us with impressive Octa-core that NO one actually know the used of it but a problem itself. It eat and drain your battery and the Ignoramus pipol pay and buy for it and complain later. Better to add and improve some of the specs like 4G LTE, MHL, Chromecast or Miracast and make it affordable!

  2. Easy E says:

    Wala namang nakalagay na NFC. Ano yung tag?

  3. Mikey says:

    I own an O+ Air and even I think that the price is too high for this, after the other local brands released their own Octacore Phones.

    IMO, If they wanted to justify the price, they should’ve at least used the MT6595 processor so it’ll also have LTE connectivity that’ll also attract other people to buy it.

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