We all are waiting patiently for the Vernee Apollo smartphone, the first 6GB RAM phone from the company. Vernee had revealed a few months back that its flagship model was going to come with the Helio X20 chip on board. We have seen that this deca-core chip is a pretty good performer, however, last month, MediaTek released a faster variant of the chipset, the Helio X25 clocked at a higher frequency. Now, it looks like Vernee has decided to use this faster Mediatek Helio X25 chipset inside the upcoming Apollo flagship.
Rest of the specs seems to be the same as before. So, only the chipset has been upgraded to X25. Other specs as revealed by the company earlier include 6GB of RAM, 128GB of internal storage, and 5.5-inch 2K display. At the back, the phone will reportedly come with a 21MP Sony IMX230 camera sensor. Other features of the Apollo are metal unibody design, USB Type-C port and pressure sensitive display.
The launch of the device has been delayed to July. However, the Vernee Apollo Lite version will be launching sooner, sometime in June.
The company has also released a 3D video of the upcoming Apollo flagship. Check that out from down below.