Vernee is a fast growing name in the smartphone industry and its all thanks to the company’s Thor smartphone which was quite a beauty on the exterior with a well-crafted body and a beast on the inside with an octa-core MediaTek chipset and 3GB of RAM.
This smartphone did gain them a lot of traction in the market and now all eyes are set on their top-tier smartphone, the Vernee Apollo which up until now has been the subject of numerous rumors and is expected to be their first 6GB RAM smartphone.
Older rumors had pointed that the smartphone would come powered by an Helio X20 system on chip which isn’t all that bad for a flagship smartphone, however, there seems to be an upgrade along the line as new feeds have it that the more powerful Helio X25 powered variant will come in the not so distant future.
On the other hand, this doesn’t change the previous specifications of this phone as we should still see it come in with those mouthwatering premium internals which includes 128GB of internal memory and a 5.5-inch Quad-HD display.
Other specs also include a 21MP Sony-IMX 230 main camera sensor on the rear panel of the device just above a circular fingerprint scanner for the obvious purposes. The camera on the rear has a dual led flashlight and is capable of OIS (optical image stabilization), and Phase Detection Auto Focus.
This device like its predecessor retains an all metal body which is pretty smooth to the touch alongside a USB Type-C charging port and a 3.5 mm Audio jack port to connect your headphones or exterior speakers.
Moreso, the Vernee Apollo lite would also make an appearance in June which turns out to be much sooner than the more powerful flagship sibling which is expected to launch in July. If you want to see more about the Vernee Apollo smartphone, take a look at the Video below.