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Only 5 days left for Vernee MWC 2017: Vernee Thor E

by Dimitris Economou 3

We are only 5 days away from the MWC 2017 opening that will take place from February 27 to March 3. Vernee is going to release its new models for 2017 at the conference. Besides the high end flagships Vernee Apollo 2 and Vernee Mars Pro, its small-sized model, Vernee Thor E which features super long battery life is going to attract a lot of attention as well. As the company posted on Twitter, the Thor E will feature a big 5020mAh battery without having a thick body.

Vernee Thor E

 

We can see from Vernee’s product plan that apart from the high end product line, Vernee will also make some lower tier models to address the short battery life which confronts most of present-day smartphones. To make Thor E super lasting while keep the phone as thin as possible, Vernee has made a lot of efforts in the whole body design, adjustment in the internal structure and optimization in both software and hardware.

Vernee Thor E

 

As MWC is the biggest mobile conference in the world, many companies are expected to make important announcements. Stay tuned to learn more about the new Vernee lineup. In the meantime, you can visit Vernee’s MWC page for a first glimpse.

Vernee Thor E

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  • Simion-Florin

    C’mon Vernee, i trust you, ditch the Mediatek chips and go with Qualcomm, this phone would be great with the 625 chip inside.

    • Assefa Hanson

      Your a consumer so maybe to you its just a simple ditch but on the business side their a contracts, supply chains deadlines etc the chips arent just for the phone but a pivotal part of a business plan

  • Juurikas

    There really isn’t anything wrong with Mediatek chips, it is just that there is a niche group of people who think that everyone needs the specific top model from testing laboratory.

    I take a vanilla Android and OTA updates for 3 years (for 2 years selling model, so 1 year updates after model has been withdrawn from sales) over any Qualcomm SoC.

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