Vernee, a relatively new Chinese-based phone maker that has been in the headlines for some time now has finally launched its much-awaited Apollo Lite smartphone. The Apollo Lite is a 5″ device with 1080 x 1920 pixels of resolution. It comes with an ample 4GB of RAM hardware couple with a reliable deca-core MediaTek Helio X20 CPU that was manufactured on an ultra-thin 20nm process and bundled with a Mali-880 graphics processor.
On the software side, the latest smartphone is bundled with a neat version of the Google Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system – with little or no OEM modifications. For camera, you’ll get 16MP Samsung-made back shooter with dual LED flash while the front camera is equipped by a 5MP sensor for taking of selfies.
Vernee Apollo Lite comes with a USB type-C reversible connector, complete with support for USB type-C headphones as well a port for the traditional 3.5mm headphone jack positioned on the upper side of the phone.
Covered in a smooth, solid-feeling aluminum casing, the handset is powered by a sealed 3,180 mAh battery. Security is pretty top-notch too as the phone offers a fingerprint sensor just under the back camera.
Pricing and availability
The Apollo Lite is available in the market from June 1 2016 at a fairly priced cost of $229. To top all that, Vernee is offering free discounts of $30 on the phone to lucky fans. You can land this offer yourself by following Vernee on Facebook or going to their website and you might win the $30 coupon which you can use in purchasing the phone when you go to Vernee.cc.