Although Vernee Apollo is the real flagship smartphone of the company, its slightly toned down brother, the Vernee Apollo Lite is no slouch and comes with pretty powerful specifications as well. The company has been throwing some light on the phone’s body and specs for the past few weeks and now, Vernee has revealed yet another interesting feature of the Apollo Lite smartphone. The company confirms today that the Vernee Apollo Lite comes with the Samsung S5K3P3 sensor.
The company is touting the device as the first Helio X20 powered smartphone in the market with this camera sensor on board. Nothing special about this claim, but still it will interesting to see how well the camera performs on the device. This Samsung ISOCELL sensor comes with 1.0μm pixels with 16MP and supports PDAF, 4K video recording. Moreover, it is just 5mm thick, ensuring that the unit won’t be protruding out of the body.
Rest of the specs of the Vernee Apollo Lite are impressive as well. The phone comes with the Helio X20 MT6797 deca-core processor with a 5.5-inch FHD Arch Sharp IGZO display. There will be 4GB of RAM on board along with 32GB of internal storage. Up front, the phone comes with a 5MP shooter. As for software, there’s Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS on board. Other features of the device include USB Type-C port, dual SIM (hybrid), compass, gyroscope etc.
The company had earlier reported that the Apollo Lite would be announced in May. However, now the company reveals that the launch has been delayed to June.