MWC-bound Vernee Apollo 2 to be first with Helio X30, 8GB RAM
The Shenzhen-based company Vernee announced at CES last month it will launch a phone with latest Mediatek SoC Helio X30 in late February at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The company teased an outline of a phone back in January, but thanks to the twitter leakster Roland Quandt, we have more info about the device.
The phone will be called Apollo 2 and is dubbed “World’s First Helio X30 Smartphone”. For now we know there will be two versions with different internal storage and RAM - one with 6GB + 64 GB and another with 8GB + 128GB. The other info about the device is that it will sport a QHD display.
The chipset itself is deca-core built on 10nm manufacturing process with IMG 7XTP-Mt4 GPU, clocked at 820 MHz.
Mediatek is trying its best to catch up to the pace of competitors. Earlier it announced the Helio P25 - an affordable CPU for dual-camera smartphones at a reasonable price.
Thanks to our tipster Tasneog.
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