Vernee Apollo 2 with 8GB RAM, Helio X30 chipset launching at MWC 2017

By Karthekayan Iyer | Published on 14 Feb 2017
Vernee Apollo 2 with 8GB RAM, Helio X30 chipset launching at MWC 2017

Vernee Apollo 2 is dubbed as the "World's First Helio X30 Smartphone"


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Vernee will announce the world's first smartphone with 8GB RAM at MWC later this month. The smartphone named Apollo 2 will also be the first to support MediaTek Helio X30 chipset. Vernee is a Shenzhen-based company and it teased the handset at CES 2017.

The handset is reportedly dubbed as the "World's First Helio X30 Smartphone". The device will be available in two variants - one with 6GB RAM, 64GB storage and another with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage. The image leaked by Roland Quandt on Twitter hints at a design like OnePlus 3. The smartphone is also tipped to sport a Quad HD display. The MediaTek Helio X30 is a deca-core chipset based on 10nm manufacturing process. The chipset comes with IMG 7XTP-Mt4 GPU, clocked at 820MHz.

Alongside Helio X30, MediaTek also unveiled Helio P25 chipset at CES 2017. The company is trying to catch up with established players in the processor market. Sony is also rumoured to introduce MediaTek-based smartphones at MWC this year. It will be interesting to see any OEM joins MediaTek's bandwagon.

Karthekayan Iyer

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