New phone brand to unveil deca-core powered handset with 6GB RAM, 128GB ROM

New phone brand to unveil deca-core powered handset with 6GB RAM, 128GB ROM
So let's say that you are a long time smartphone manufacturer looking to make a name with your own brand. Do you churn out some low end entry-level device and hope to sell it at a high enough price to rake in the bucks to help you build your next model? Or do you capture the attention of everyone, including those specs-first Americans, by loading the device with powerful hardware.

The manufacturer, Vernee, has three new handsets on its website. The flagship model, the Vernee Apollo, is loaded to say the least. The phone is equipped with a 5.5-inch screen carrying a 1440 x 2560 QHD resolution. Under the hood is a MediaTek Helio X20 chipset. In case you've forgotten, this is the chip that features a deca-core GPU. The Apollo will be blasting off with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of native storage. On the back of the device, you will find a 21MP Sony IMX230 camera module with an 8MP camera in front for selfies and video chats. The phone is clad in metal, and offers a Type-C USB port. And the Apollo will also support Force Touch capabilities.

We'd love to see some of the specs that haven't been mentioned, like the battery size. And we'd also like to know which Android build will be pre-installed. And pricing, of course, is important. The company says it will put a competitive price on the handset.

The final question is whether Vernee keeps this beast inside China, or gives U.S. smartphone buyers the opportunity to purchase the phone. We should know in April when the handset is expected to be unveiled.

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source: Vernee via GizChina


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