Vernee Apollo Lite Design, Antutu, Hardware, Battery and Camera Review


Vernee has released its second smartphone, Vernee Apollo Lite, since the first one, Vernee Thor. Vernee Apollo Lite is the cheapest and latest MTK6796 Deca core RAM 4GB smartphone until now. It supports fingerprint and Type C. This smartphone is powerful in the following aspects. Come with us to share the first review of Vernee Apollo Lite.

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Straight from the unboxing the Vernee Apollo Lite is a very attractive smartphone and really pleasing to the eye. The look does not quite match that of its namesake the Vernee Apollo but it offers up a design all of its own. The round edge on the whole frame has a perfection about it that is right up there with the best, combine this with the metal finish of CNC polishing, it is a beautiful phone.


The rear of the device exhibits a slight curve , which in your hand feels very comfortable  It also has a square finger print sensor , camera and LED flash on the rear which all have rounded edges. The Apollo lite comes with 2.5D Arc Screen and Capacitive Touch(5-Points),which comes with the added protection of Corning Gorilla Glass 3.
The bezels around the device are also made of CNC Polished metal, the large screen leaves little room for much else, but there is the front camera and camera flash. At the bottom, Vernee have gone with double-speakers on either side of the device and a USB Type-C port, unfortunately there is no Audio jack, but lets face it , these days most headsets etc. are wireless so this wont be such a big omission.


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Hardware and Battery
The Vernee Apollo Lite is powered by the latest Helio X20 (2 Cortex-A72 @ 2.5 GHz, 4 Cortex -A53 @ 2.0 GHz and 4 Cortex-A53 @ 1.4 GHz). Combine all this with the 4 GB of DDR3 RAM running in dual channel, rest assured this device will keep up with anything you throw at it.
The Device comes with a large screen at 5.5 inches, the screen has a viewing angle of 178 degrees. And Its resolution is Full-HD (1920 x 1080 pixels). It is worth noting the screen is signed by Sharp and comes with their IGZO technology that brings higher pixels-per inch on small screens
The battery comes in at 3180mAh and comes with MTK pump express. This allows you to recharge your phone in 30 mins. Storage on the device is pretty respectable with 32GB rom and the device supports a Micro-SD card up to 128GB.

The choice of camera used in the Apollo Lite, although not the greatest , still comes pretty well equipped. Vernee have gone with a 16-MEGAPIXEL Samsung sensor with a dual LED flash on the front facing camera. It comes with a dedicated image processor and supports 4K. On the front of the device is Samsung sensor with a 5-megapixel front facing camera. The front facing camera features a beauty mode to help you catch those great selfies.



Other Functions
The vernee Apollo lite supports Dual SIM (Nano SIM, Nano-SIM +) comes with support for with 3G and 4G networks (2G: GSM 850/900/1800MHz), ( 3G / 900/2100 MHz) and (4G LTE / 800/1800/2100 / 2600 MHz). You will have to check your countries networks for compatibility.
Other features include WiFi 802.11ac (dual-band) , 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11, Bluetooth 4.1 with A2DP, GPS with A-GPS and FM Radio. Bluetooth version: V4.1 AND supports OTG  Meanwhile, it runs the latest Android6.0 OS for better and more convenient operation. And it support fast charge and quick charge PE3.0 technology.



Vernee Apollo lite can be as the one of the most powerful and pretty smartphone. I like the design, hardware, and other practical functions. But if it could sell cheaper, we believe it would be better for most interested users. Now it’s in presale, and will be shipped out on July 20. You can enjoy black and white color now.


1 Comment

  1. Chris Driver on

    The spec for this phone on all websites that sell it say that there is a 3.5mm audio jack, and you can see it in some demo videos.

    Please can you clarify if this is your mistake, or the model you received for review was missing an audio jack. Thanks.

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