Vernee Thor stress test video

Chinese mobile producers are lately fascinated by shooting various semi-destruction videos with testing their phone’s durability and endurance. So no wonder Vernee chimed in and here we have the Thor model in a similar video.

But we have to say there is little invention across the board, because everybody is doing the same, hammering the nails, smashing nutshells, letting it fall on a concrete floor or our favourite discipline with drilling into the display.

Today’s video have quite some of the aforementioned fun included so we can see the close encounters of Vernee Thor and nutshells, free fall on the floor and even functioning as a tiny street car retarded. But surprise surprise, Vernee Thor comes out unscathed from all the abuse.

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Nonetheless the phone still looks quite good and can’t hurt going over the specs again. So the Vernee Thor is going to offer 5-inch 2.5D arced display with HD resolution and 3rd gen Gorilla Glass, octa-core MT6753 processor with 3 GB RAM and 16 GB of storage, 13 MPix main cam, 5 Mpix front shooter and 2800 mAh battery capacity with fast charge support. Officially priced around 119.99$ it remains a pretty appealing budget choice.

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  1. Andrew P
    April 29, 2016

    Walnuts used in the video seem to be unnaturally bright, therefore I would not be surprised if they were soaked in a softening solution.

    Moving from nuts, I would say the whole concept of Varnee promotional videos is low quality and highly comparable to Elephone’s.

    Phone seems to be decent though.

    • Tonyle
      April 30, 2016

      compared with Umi touch drop test vieo, i think Vernee did the better job more than Umi did. by the way, each model has their advantages and i think customers also need to know how it is the external aspects of a smartphone.

  2. Muhammad Yasir
    April 29, 2016

    just switch out the CPU with an x10 AND WE’re GOOD TO GO !

  3. PaulBV
    April 30, 2016

    They surely got my attention!
    Let’s see a drop test for their other product Apollo Lite.

    I am also curious about some droptest of the new LeTv Le 2 phones.
    For my LeTv X600 I can show you how the display crashed from half a meter. That LeTv has not Gorilla Glass display protection but Porcelain :((

    • PaulBV
      April 30, 2016

      My LeTv x600 went to the repair service

      • Tonyle
        May 1, 2016


        • PaulBV
          May 1, 2016

          I guess LeTvs have a design problem – the display goes over that sharp metal border. When you drop a LeTv by accident on a tough surface (street, bathroom floor etc) it is like you hit its margins with a rock 🙁 The border is not flexible and does not absorb any shocks.
          Andi wrote about his fears on his LeTv Le1 x600 first review. But I must have skipped that and focused only on the laudatio part.

  4. Lennald
    May 25, 2016

    The Vernee Thor hands on comparison video impress me al lot,, hope it is helpful.