Vernee Apollo Lite gets the first OTA update


Following the four Vernee Thor firmware updates the time has come for the second of Vernee’s released models, the Apollo Lite. The company claims it’s the first firmware update ever released for a deca-core device so planting the flag.

Seems like Vernee are really coming through on their promise abour frequent updates and care for all their devices, even though their position is easier with just two models released. But quite promising and worth applauding nonetheless.

So what’s packed in the first Vernee Apollo Lite update ? First of all the optimization of the sound output and the voice calls, then the main camera performance with the PDAF and dual LED flash. Quality and speed of the fast charging should be also improved. Last but not least the problem with 3rd party apps should be fully fixed and numerous bugs concerning certain apps ironed out.

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10 Comments

  1. Assefa Hanson
    August 1, 2016

    i was considering buying one of these but i had to drop it because of the EU type charger i saw in many unboxing, never again will i risk being sent a charger of my standard but lacks quick charge ill go for the zenfone 3 instead

    • Marco Lancaster
      August 1, 2016

      Other things that I’m seeing are kinda orangeish screen and low quality vibration motor… But I’ll wait for more in depth review, cause it still is better than competition (Ulefones, Umis)

      • Assefa Hanson
        August 1, 2016

        i saw the vibration issue as well

        • Karly Johnston
          August 2, 2016

          How do you see a vibration issue?

          • Conrad Aquilina
            August 2, 2016

            You perSEEve it 🙂

          • Conrad Aquilina
            August 2, 2016

            You perSEEve it

          • Assefa Hanson
            August 2, 2016

            you put water on the phone screen and let it vibrate on the table

      • Floans
        August 1, 2016

        what exact the problem of vibration motor ?

  2. August 2, 2016

    Check out my review:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0r1GlmOiEkM

    It received two updates actually, and one of those removed the 4K recording capabilities of the device and also added Schedule Shut down time.
    What it did improve was battery life(especially on standby) and the fingerprint scanner(which was horrible with the initial software)

  3. Allanitomwesh
    August 2, 2016

    At least they are fixing bugs. See that Elephone?