The Chinese smartphone maker Vernee presents the Vernee X a new smartphone in the trendy format. While the technology is in the middle class segment, the cameras make one or the other sit up and take notice. What is in the Vernee X and what makes the phone may stand out from the crowd in mediocrity, betrays COMPUTER BILD.
The Vernee X features a 5.99-inch (15.2-centimeter) 18: 9-sized display that has brought Apple’s iPhone X and Samsung Galaxy S8 2017 into fashion. The resolution is 2160×1080 pixels. Inside, the eight-chip MediaTek Helio P23 hides with 2.3 gigahertz of power, 6 gigabytes of memory and 128 gigabytes of internal memory, which can be expanded with a microSD card. The battery has a comparatively high capacity of 6200mAh. The operating system used by the factory is Android 7.1 Nougat, which can probably be upgraded to version 8.0 Oreo in the near future.
In the camera area, the Vernee X can highlight something: The Chinese manufacturer has four lenses installed, two in the back, two in front. The main cameras on the back snap with 16 or 5 megapixels and LED flash, the sensors of the selfie cameras resolve with 13 and 5 megapixels. The quality of the photos must be judged by a test. Vernee tries on a separate variant of Apple’s Face-ID technology, face recognition is the X unlock. A fingerprint sensor is still installed, it sits on the back below the camera.