Vernee is all set to release the powerful Vernee Apollo flagship in April. The company has been teasing about this device for the past few weeks, and now, it has released a couple of pictures of the Apollo’s front-panel. With this, the company wants to show off the thin bezels on the device.
While some manufacturers are obsessed about bezel-less design, Vernee is aiming to make the bezels around the display super thin. The pictures of the front panel of the device show us that the Vernee Apollo will have ultra-thin bezels. In fact, in one of the pictures, the company has even shown us that the bezels measure just 2mm in thickness, which is pretty narrow.
What’s more, the Apollo will also come with an impressive screen to body ratio of 80%. This could be a big selling point for the device, thanks to its massive 5.5-inch 2K display.
So, in addition to being a beast of a phone, the company seems to have given some thought on the design as well. To recap, the Vernee Apollo comes with the Helio X20 deca-core chip under the hood with a large 6GB RAM module. The phone comes with 128GB of internal storage and features a pressure sensitive display as well. At the back, the Apollo will come with the Sony IMX230 21MP sensor. Other features of the device include USB Type-C port, metal unibody design, 3000mAh battery, and fingerprint sensor.
Coming to the pricing, the Apollo is said to retail for a price tag of $399.99, which will be pretty awesome for a phone with these specs on board. The company is yet to announce an exact release date for the device, but expect more details soon.
Meanwhile, the Vernee Thor mid-ranger is now available for pre-sale at $199.99. You can check out more details about the device from here. [source]