Vernee Apollo Lite vs OnePlus 3 (Video)

by Dimitris Economou 6

The presale of Vernee Apollo Lite is approaching its end and the shipment of pre-orders are expected to start soon. Until now, not many real photos of the device had emerged, most of the were renderings. As one of the few deca-core smartphones in 2016, many more Apollo Lite real photos finally come out of surface.

For a high-end smartphone, people usually pay great attention to its specifications and neglect the appearance details and industry design quality. Vernee seems to have paid attention to these two and shows great craftsmanship in these aspects.

Vernee Apollo Lite

So, to give you a basic understanding how the two are different in appearance and industrial design, Vernee made a comparison between its coming flagship Apollo Lite and the newly launched OnePlus 3. Both devices follow the same design language with clean lines with their main difference being the placement of the fingerprint sensor, as Vernee chose to place it on the back, under the camera sensor while OnePlus chose to place it on the home button.

In addition, the company also uploaded a video showing the Apollo Lite in real life and functioning.

Apart from all the above, Vernee is going to host a campaign for Apollo Lite and Thor from the beginning of July, there will be 2 activities during this campaign period :
1. Limited Flash Sale for these 2 models
2. Win free Apollo Lite and Thor

More details will be released on the official website later:

The main specs of Vernee Apollo Lite:

Display: 5.5 inch FHD 1920x1080p Sharp IGZO
CPU: MTK Helio X20 (MT6797)
RAM: 4GB LPDDR 3, dual channel
ROM: 32GB eMMC 5.1 (up to 128GB)
Rear Camera: 16.0MP Samsung S5K3P3 sensor, 6P lens, ISOCELL , RWB
Front Camera: 5.0MP Samsung S5K5E2 sensor
Battery: 3180mAH Li-polymer
OS: Android 6.0 out of the box (Open Kernel Code)

Frequency: 2G: GSM 900/1900/2100MHz
3G: WCDMA 900/2100MHz
4G: FDD-LTE 800/1800/2100/2600MHz

Retail Price: $229.99


“Limited 400pcs $199.99 Apollo Lite per week
Starts at 09:00 (UTC) on June 29th