‘The Most Cost-Effective Flagship for 2017’ Vernee Mars Pro launched

The successor of Vernee Mars, Vernee Mars Pro launched yesterday is packed with many exciting specs and features that we’ll be sharing below.

Vernee Mars Pro launched

Vernee Mars Pro launched
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In 2016, several specs of Vernee Mars including its arc antenna band design left us all mesmerizing. And yesterday, Vernee Mars Pro launched with huge zeal and pompous, has become the talk of the town due to its impeccable yet distinct features. And the price is still kept low for the individuals facing rigid budget constraints.

Just like its older version, Vernee Mars Pro’s 5.5-inch screen bears 1mm side bezels. This makes it easier for users to have a solid grip over the device. Backed with 3,500mAh battery, the metallic body of the sleek smartphone is merely 7.6mm thick. Alike Mars Pro, Vernee Apollo’s 5.5-inch display screen along with 64GB storage was ready to be released back then in December, 2016.

The Octa-core MediaTek Helio P25 SoC powered by 6GB RAM and 64GB internal storage capacity are worth of mentioning for this gadget. JDI is behind creating its spectacular display panel that offers an amazing 95% coverage of the NTSC gamut along with 178-degree viewing angle. Further, the smartphone will also have Android Nougat 7 already installed.

The most alluring thing about any smartphone is its camera, and Vernee Mars Pro gives us picture-clicking goals with its 13MP rear camera and an aperture of F2.0. For taking crystal-clear selfies, the phone sports 5MP front camera. And things further get better with its LED flash and autofocus feature.

As Vernee Mars Pro launched, the company tagged it as the most cost-effective flagship for 2017. And its prices justify this tag. The smartphone is available for pre-sale for $179.99. However, the price will increase to $199.99 on 4th July. So, place your order today, and get benefited from this lovely deal.


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