Hubsan H109S Pro X4 announced

January 2, 2014 11:00 | By | 9 Comments

Pining for that upcoming Hubsan H109? Hubsan’s upcoming Phantom-competitor certainly looks interesting, and now they’re upping the ante with the announcement of the GoPro-ready H109S Pro X4!

h109s-x4-00Features are GPS position hold and return to land, barometer sensor for precise altitude hold and the possibility of waypoint capability via future updates.

Perhaps most interestingly this comes with a massive 5300mAh battery for flight times of up to 30 minutes, according to Hubsan. Sadly though, it comes with a modified version of the old Hubsan FPV transmitter, so the question is whether the short transmitter battery life issue has been fixed. Also according to the manufacturer this will use the Hubsan radio protocol, which means it’s a non-hopping, single channel 2.4GHz system. This time however they added a proper SMA connector for the FPV antenna, and they even supply both a linear patch as well as a circular cloverleaf antenna in the set, so you can exchange antenna depending on the situation.


No word on price yet, though preorders for the vanilla H109 are at $150 right now. With the right price point and proper performance this could very well be a solid competitor in the field of RTF multirotors. Planned release date is end of February 2014.

Full official blurb after the break.

Precise Aerodynamic light weight Design.
Super strong PC plastic material body design
Gopro 5.8Ghz live video without latency,(5.8Ghz VTX integrated design)
Video Distance:300-2000meters
11.1V 5300 mAh Lipo battery
Flight time:around 30 mins
Clover Leaf and Patch antennas exchangeable design enable you experiment real FPV.
Fatshark goggles compatible
Extended 2CH for your own DIY
Wireless Upgradable design for future update
Transmitter: FPV version
Motor to Motor distance:260mm
Multifunctional landing gear
Battery charging time adjustable.
Barometer altitude hold
Safe return to home mode
APP Waypoint upgradable design
Analog video downlink,no worry any latency
With 2 different antennas(clover leaf and patch) included,true FPV flight,antenna exchangeable easily


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  1. Michael Beaubien says:

    I would like to know when these become available to purchase. I am very interested in purchasing one.

  2. Marcus says:

    Latest info direct from our Hubsan supplier says mid-March, which might still be optimistic.

  3. droneflyer says:

    No news yet on the Hubsan 109S PRO, I was expecting something by now but Hubsan have gone of the radar with news about this models release date. On their website they have no information and are still showing the 109 that they say won’t be produced!

    • fpvcentral says:

      It might also be an issue of price. It’s not enough to offer a quadcopter with gps, you have to have a unique selling point or a much better price. In addition, getting the technical point right is not easy either, as can be seen with all the issues Walkera had to fight with.

  4. DigiWongaDude says:

    We’re now in August, and still waiting… banggood have it listed as “coming soon” (doesn’t mean imminent though) with a price point of £305 (pounds sterling).

  5. DigiWongaDude says:

    Oh and… AEE have their offering (Toruk AP10) on banggood too (also as “coming soon”), price point of £450 but it’ll work with your tablet (2.4ghz) and has a ‘directional’ 1080p cam on board (not a 3-way gimbal). My point being, exciting developments and competition are just around the corner, even as the price of the DJI Phantom FC40 tumbles to a below $500 (down to £305 on banggood).

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