If you’ve been flying drones for a while, you should know or have heard of Hubsan X4, a very famous and beloved quadricopter in the drone community.

The first Hubsan X4 models have pleased enough enthusiasts, with its excellent innovative features. Descriptions for the Hubsan X4  range from “the smallest drone” to “nano-quad”, whatever it’s called the Hubsan X4 has certianly made a good impression on its users.

We already did a review of Hubsan H107D FPV X4, which you can find here.

As with any series of drones, evolutions are inevitable. In this post we will introduce you to the new Hubsan X4 models: the Hubsan X4 H501C, the Hubsan X4 H502S and the Hubsan X4 H502E.

Hubsan X4 H502E: Brushed Drone

This new model from the Hubsan family seems to be a good buy for anyone interested in something easy to fly, but at the same time powerful.


This quadricopter has dimensions of 165 x 165 x 60 mm and has a weight of about 140-147g when the battery is added. The battery used is the Li-Po 7.4V 2S 610mAh, and weighs about 35g. The flight time for this drone is between 10-12 minutes and takes about 30-40 minutes to recharge.

The radius of flight is about 200m with possibilities of an increase of 15m, depending on the weather conditions. The control batteries, which usually do not come included in the package, are AAA batteries.

The Hubsan X4 H502E also comes with headless flight mode, altitude control, stability system and a return to home function.

That said, what is special about the Hubsan X4 H502E is that it is one of the few Hubsan drones that come with GPS, this helps a lot in other features like hold altitude and return to home.

Check out the Hubsan X4 Here

Hubsan X4 H501C: Brushless Drone

This drone is equipped with altitude hold mode, 2.4 GHz frequency, GPS, and a 1080p camera to allow users to take great photos and aerial videos.


It uses a Li-Po battery 7.4V 2700mAh and when fully charged, this gives the quadricopter a flying time of approximately 20 minutes. All this makes the H501C look very similar to the H502E, but what’s different here is that the H501C has brushless motors, which means it delivers better flight performance than the H502E.


Other features include the headless mode function, a return to home function so the drone can find its way home and the typical floating functions are also part of its specifications.

Check out the Hubsan X4 H501C here

Hubsan X4 H502S: FPV Drone

With FPV function, this quad was released recently. This 2.4G, 4CH drone with exact dimensions of the Hubsan X4 H502E promises users a great experience.


Designed to work with a Li-Po battery 7.4V 2S 610mAh of 35g, it can be recharged at full capacity after about 30-40 minutes. This drone has a flight time of between 12-13 minutes, and radius of flight of About 200m.


It also has a 4.3-inch LCD with 480 × 272 resolution in the control, which displays a FPV video feed (transmitted at 5.8GHz). Like the drones mentioned above, it has headless flight mode, follow me function, auto calibration and failsafe mode.

Check out the Hubsan X4 H502S here

All Hubsan models mentioned above are RTF (ready to fly), meaning they are ready to fly as soon as you take them out of the box. They already come with control, battery, and all the necessary equipment.

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