The smartphone market is tremendously growing. For some time now, Vernee has been making waves with its line of smartphones. And as their most recent release, the new Vernee Mars phablet is expected to continue building upon Vernee’s reputation.
As fascinating as any other handset from Vernee, the smartphone is also quite cheap; though not the cheapest among Vernee’s line of phones, the considerable variety of features it brings to the table, however, makes it more than affordable.
Vernee expects the Vernee Mars phablet to play the role of its flagship device, bringing to the table capabilities that should match mainstream competitors such as Samsung and Apple, among others.
Whether it can actually achieve such heights remains to be seen; after all, the device technically falls within the mid-range arena, taking into account the sort of hardware it boasts.
Availing a Helio P10 Octa Core 2.0GHz CPU complimented by 4GB RAM of RAM and 32GB of internal storage, the Vernee Mars also provides 4G LTE capabilities, this ensuring that Vernee’s flagship device can deliver sleek and stable connectivity features.
Admittedly, considering the rather powerful features so many other rival brands tend to bring to the table, one could hardly be blamed for scoffing at which might seem like the Vernee Mars smartphone’s relatively tame offering; at least until one actually considers the fact that all these features and more are provided at less than half the cost of more popular brands of smartphones with a similar list of features.
If nothing else, the Vernee Mars phablet is a bargain. The screen is large enough to compete against the iPhone 6 display. The viewing angles are pretty impressive, this along with the resolution, which is not quite great but ideal for any user.
In fact, some people think that the Vernee Mars 5.5-inch Full HD screen might be a little too large; though others believe it effectively compliments the smartphone’s thin, light body.
Many a smartphone enthusiast has converted to the Vernee line of devices because of the attractive metal design their phones bring to the table. Sure, the Vernee Mars somewhat resembles its rivals in appearance, but there are some unique factors it can boast about, this including the fingerprint sensor under the camera.
With a 13MP camera at the back (home to flash and autofocus features) and a 5MP wide-angle camera in front, this along with a 3000mAh battery and a SIM card slot or two (doubling as a microSD card slot), the Vernee Mars smartphone is hardly the flashiest of devices on the market. But it brings enough uniqueness and functionality to the table to make Vernee Mars a definite contender on the smartphone market.