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Vernee launches Worlds First Helio P23 SoC Device Vernee X; Check Out Price And Specs

A few days back, a report had informed that very soon the smartphone maker Vernee will its full-screen smartphone.  Keeping its word, Vernee has recently introduced it’s all new full-screen device the Vernee X. The device has found listed on the company’ website. Vernee has also released an official 3D render video of the device which shows its full design, specifications, and features.

Without taking much time, lets started with its specifications and features. The Vernee X comes with a 6inch FHD+ display and gives a 2160x1080pixles resolution. The aspect ratio is 18:9. It comes with a screen-to-body ratio of 83.8%. With this type of screen configuration, the Vernee X will give amazing video clarity and will enhance the viewing experience.

The Vernee X is the world’s first smartphone with the latest Helio P23 Oct-Core processor. With this processor, the performance has increased 10%, and power consumption has decreased 15%. It also supports LTE Cat-7 network and dual 4G VoLTE/ViLTE. The device also carries the Mali-G71 GPU. With the Helio P23 SoC and the Mali-G71 GPU, it will give a very smooth performance while doing multitasking and playing high graphics games. The X comes with LPDDR4X 6GB RMA and offers 128GB internal memory.

The device comes with four cameras, i.e., dual front and dual back camera. On the rear side, it carries a16MP + 5MP with dual camera with f/2.0 aperture and supports PDAF technology. The focusing time is 0.03s to take the clearer shoot. On the front, the device carries a13MP + 5MP dual camera. It comes with the beauty-light and the updated beauty arithmetic. The selfie will have more artistic sense. The Vernee X comes with latest Face ID recognition technology with intelligent face ID arithmetic. It takes only 0.02seconds to unlock the device.

Talking about this battery power, the Vernee X has a massive 6200mAh battery. It can last up to 4 days on one charge. It comes with first charging technology, and it can be charged from 0 to 100% in just 2 hours.



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