Vernee Apollo X will feature a Sharp IGZO with 50% more efficiency


Vernee have just kicked off pre-orders for the recently launched Vernee Apollo X, with it they have released a video showing off the display on the phone. Let’s have a quick look down here.

The Vernee Apollo X — a device with interesting specs that should satisfy every user while keeping a low price — will be featuring a Sharp IGZO display to provide an excellent viewing experience. But what does IGZO even mean?

IGZO is a semiconducting material consisting of elements that were considered difficult to crystallize: indium, gallium, zinc and oxygen.

This manufacturing technique creates a unique crystalline structure that achieves a consistent and stable “performance”.

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IGZO panels enhance picture resolution and compatibility with a growing number of display types, for higher levels of efficiency, performance and reliability.

Picture from sharp-world.com

New strides in crystal technology with 20-50 times greater electron mobility rates.

Picture from sharp-world.com

IGZO can fit twice the resolution compared to for example TFT panels, it also boasts more natural colors.

Picture from sharp-world.com

 

Successfully and substantially reduces power required for still image display.

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IGZO technology also brings improvements and ultra-sensitivity to the touch panel.

Vernee Apollo X Specifications

  • CPU: MTK Helio X20 deca-core
  • Display: 5.5 inch FHD(1920x1080p) SHARP IGZO
  • RAM: 4GB
  • ROM: 64GB
  • Camera: 13.0MP SONY 258, PDAF
  • Battery: 3500mAH
  • OS: VOS (based on Android 6.0)
  • Vcharge: 9V2A 18W quick charge
  • 0.1s unlock fingerprint recognition
  • Type-C
  • OTG

As mentioned at the beginning, Vernee Apollo X’s pre-orders have just kicked off, you can save $40 if you submit your email address on their website. You can also enter to win a free Vernee Apollo X at the same time.

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