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Vernee To Introduce Its Vernee X With Full Screen Display Soon: Report

The smartphone maker Vernee has been offered some best smartphone, and the company is now on its way to introduce it’s another new smartphone. Recently Vernee had released its first all-screen device named Vernee MIX 2. Now some new rumors just informed that the company is planning to introduce another full-screen smartphone soon.  As per the report, the company will give some upgraded and advanced features in the device and also will come with upgraded hardware and its name is expected to be the Vernee X.

As per the recent information, the device will come with 6″ display, and the aspect ratio will be 18:9 as the MIX 2. Some leaked images also give a hint about its design and the device will come with a fashionable and stunning design, and on the front, the device will carry a dual camera setup.

Talking more about the upcoming device, the smartphone is expected to come with the Helio P23 octa-core processor which will give a great performance in low power consumption. Till now no other device uses that chipset, so for now, it is quite difficult to say about the performance and speed of the  Helio P23 Processor.

As per the official announcement of Mediatek’s, it features the new LPDDR4X RAM and will also support 2K displays. It’s built on the 16nm FinFET and sports 8 Cortex-A53 cores which give a maximum frequency of 2.5GHz. Along with that, it has the Mali-G71-MP2 GPU. It will give 10% more power and 15% less power consumption than the previous generation processor.

As per the report, the Helio P23 will work great for dual camera modules, and it supports 13MP+13MP dual cameras and depth of field blur function. So looking into the above detail, it can say that the Vernee X may come with dual camera setups in front as well as on back. The Helio P23 supports LTE Cat.7 networks and dual 4G VoLTE/ViLTE to offer supper voice clarity.


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