Vernee Apollo pictures reveal body with 98 % metal coverage

Vernee Apollo

Even though it’s undeniable that Vernee Apollo is coming way later than expected and probably missed a much better chance to make a real dent in the market it’s still going to be one hell of a smartphone. Company is trying to present the phone as “first MTK VR smartphone” due to the 2K display resolution and Helio X25 inside, but it can offer more than that.

Apollo comes with 5,5-inch display with 2K resolution, deca-core Helio X25 processor clocked at 2,5 GHz, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB of storage, 21 Mpix Sony IMX230 rear camera with PDAF support, 8 Mpix front camera with wide angle coverage and 3180 mAh battery capacity with fast charge support. Now imagine this phone being available half a year ago right after the reveal…

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Besides the solid hardware Vernee Apollo can offer also some pretty good metal design and the arc body has 98 % coverage and is made using advanced CNC technology and sandblasting surface treatment. Check the batch of pictures lying around for a better idea about that.

Presales of Vernee Apollo are currently up with a $299 price so fairly high. Shipments should start mid-December so Vernee fans can look forward to finally getting the brand’s flagship model soon.

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  1. Marco Lancaster
    November 30, 2016

    Would like it, but I think its late now. And GPU isn’t strong enough for a 2K screen, this will ruin the performance at same time compromise battery life.

  2. alexandre
    November 30, 2016

    Eu gostaria muito de ter um aparelho desse,mas não se tem muitas informações sobre a seriedade da marca para com seus usuários.

  3. alexandre
    November 30, 2016

    i allways search information about devices of brands chinese and this site allways show me good models.

  4. alexandre
    November 30, 2016

    Anyone would know if the Zopo brand is still a good brand for smartphones?

    • Airyl
      November 30, 2016

      Zopo’s devices are decent, but they’re usually overpriced. You can get better devices for the price they sell at.

  5. mopsert
    November 30, 2016

    Too little too late! Also the Apollo Lite disappointed me in the battery department. I’d rather buy a Xiaomi Note 3 Pro or LeEco Le 2 with SD652.

    • quodvadis
      December 1, 2016

      last a day with heavy usage, charge to 100% from 30% in less than an hour for me. very good.