We have witnessed the onslaught of several Chinese smartphone manufacturers in the recent years. While most of them focus on offering a decent set of hardware at an extremely affordable price point, some of them pack the phones with most powerful hardware in the market. Vernee is one such company that plans on debuting in April with its flagship phone, the Apollo alongside an entry level smartphone called the Thor.



The Vernee Apollo is equipped with a 5.5-inch 2K display and under the hood lies the Helio X20 paired with a staggering 6GB of RAM. The only other phone we have seen with 6GB of RAM is the recently released Vivo XPlay 5. The device manages to retain impressive specs on the imaging front all thanks to its 21-Megapixel Sony IMX230 primary sensor and the 8-Megapixel secondary sensor.

Vernee is a new brand and along with the Apollo flagship they are also expected to launch another phone called Thor. The website also shows a placeholder for third phone which in all likelihood might be launched with the other two smartphones next week. Vernee Apollo offers a whopping 128GB of internal storage and comes clad in a complete metal body. The design of the phone is neat and resembles the other premium flagships in the market. Just to top it off the phone will also incorporate force touch and is expected to be launched in April and as with most of the Chinese smartphone makers the Apollo is promised to come with a competitive price tag.

Apollo is expected to incorporate the usual bevy of connectivity features including the Type-C USB cable. The details of the battery capacity would be crucial since the 2K display would guzzle up a lot of battery juice. The specs look highly impressive on the paper and we just hope that the company will supplement it with a light UI overlay. Like we said earlier the pricing of the phone will be the signature move, if priced right it is very likely that the phone will get enough traction in the market.

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Mahit Huilgol is a Mechanical Engineering graduate and is a Technology and Automobile aficionado. He ditched the Corporate boardroom wars in the favor for technology battle ground. Also a foodie by heart and loves both the edible chips and the non-edible silicon chips.