Vernee has become very popular in a short time, and blame is throwing quite interesting smartphones to a very aggressive to let yourself noticed in the market price, and now the company has announced what will be its new terminal top end, the Vernee Mars. Unfortunately, we know little, except SoC riding with RAM.
The Vernee Mars will use the SoC MediaTek Helio P20 , consisting of eight cores Cortex-A53 at a frequency of 2.30 GHz produced a lithography 16nm FinFET accompanied by new graphics Mali-T880 MP2 @ 900 MHz (25% faster compared to its predecessor) coupled to a memory controller that will allow the use of memory chips LPDDR4X @ 1600 MHz in a configuration Dual Channel (up to 6GB RAM), an improvement that will allow increase the bandwidth by up to 70 percent consuming 50 percent less energy compared to the already “obsolete” LPDDR3 due to low voltage (0.6V).
By knowing these details, it is already clear that Vernee seek to exploit to cap their potential, and that is why incorporates 6GB of LPDDR4X memory in a configuration Dual Channel to double the bandwidth and thus provide for a faster opening of applications to better performance in games. This SoC is able to move screens 2K @ 60 FPS , camera 24 megapixel or configurations of dual chamber 13 MPX able to capture video 4K @ 30 FPS with connectivity 4G LTE Cat.6 (300/50 Mbps download / upload ), 802.11ac WiFi, Bluetooth, FM Radio and GPS / GLONASS / Beidou.
Unfortunately, there is no detail about the rest of any specifications (screen, camera, battery, etc.), availability or price, so you’ll have to wait for the company to disclose new information.