The Vernee Thor Plus packs a huge battery in a relatively slim body, has an inviting price tag
pixel resolution amounting for about 267 PPI density. The handset is powered by a MediaTek MT6753 octa-core processor ticking at 1.3 GHz, 3 GB of RAM, and has 32 GB of onboard storage expandable via microSD card. The cameras have a 13 MP sensor on the back and an 8 MP one for selfies. Of course, the phone has Android 7 Nougat out of the box.
Now, for the jewel in the Thor Plus' crown — its battery. It's a massive 6,200 mAh cell, which is technically bigger than your average portable power bank. It's not all about having a big battery, though, it's how your phone uses it. Vernee has developed a system, which it calls VOS, that has been made with the specific purpose of making better use of huge batteries. It optimizes standby time and delivers really quick charging — the 9 V / 2 A charger can top up the huge battery in just 90 minutes.
Vernee promises 20 hours of video-watching or 30 days of pure standby on a full charge, which is pretty impressive if so. In case that's not enough, you've got a power-saving mode, easily activatable by a hardware button on the side of the phone.
The Vernee Thor Plus will retail for $169.99 but can now be pre-ordered at the special price of $149.99, with shipments kicking off in early September. Additionally, the first 20 orders for every day will have the phone at the special price of $129.99. Not enough? Vernee is also throwing a giveaway raffle on the Thor Plus' official page. Check the links below!