As we found out about a week ago, Vernee are currently working on their upcoming Vernee X, a smartphone that will check many boxes as far as 2017’s design standards go. Well, today we learn a bit more about the smartphone external look as well as some internal specs. Let’s check it out!
The first thing notice from the image above is that the Vernee X will be featuring 2.5D curved glass to cover the entirety of the display and the rest of the body on the front side. What’s probably a more interesting photo is the one below, where we can see how slim the smartphone looks, plus it seems to be featuring a metal back cover with curved edges. That should make the smartphone easier to handle and less of a fingerprint magnet compared to glass-backed devices.
As far as specs go, the Vernee X is said to be coming with a large 6.0-inch display with an 18:9 aspect ratio and a screen-to-body ratio of 83.8%. The X will also be the first Vernee phone to pack a Mediatek Helio P23 octa-core processor, which compared to the last generation performs 10% better and is 15% more power efficient; the CPU will be able to boost up to 2.5Ghz when needed. Along with the powerful SoC we also get 6GB of RAM and a whopping 128GB of internal storage. The Vernee X will then run the home-baked VOS system based on Android 7.1 to take advantage of the hardware under the hood.
Last but not least, Vernee also revealed that the X will be featuring four cameras. We’ll indeed find a 13MP + 5MP dual front camera combo with an additional soft LED flash and beautify features to take better selfies even at night. Meanwhile on the back we have 16MP + 5MP setup, both featuring a wide f/2.0 aperture and PDAF to bring faster focusing and a better looking bokeh effect.