Chinese company Vernee launched its flagship mobile the Apollo this week. The main feature of the smartphone is that it features a 6GB of RAM, which was also seen in Vivo Xplay5 Elite. One more feature is the Apollo is powered by MediaTek's newest Helio X20 (MT6797) SoC which was exposed at an event on Wednesday in China.
According to Android Authority information, the Apollo smartphone will be packed in a 5.5-inch QHD display with 3D Touch. The device will have a 128GB storage and it will support USB Type-C. The smartphone is said to have 21MP primary camera with Sony IMX230 sensor and 8MP selfie snapper. In design segment, the mobile will have a metal design. Unluckily, Vernee hasn’t revealed all specifications of the device, but it is confirmed that the mobile will run Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
At the same event MediaTek inveterate that deca-core Helio X20 (MT6797) designed for high-end market and it will hit the market next month. The Helio X20 was unveiled last year. MediaTek also argued that the Helio X20 was world's first mobile processor to have tri-cluster CPU architecture, which abodes three processor clusters.
We anticipate that the Chinese Company will disclose all details regarding Apollo smartphone at the time of launch. It is completely vague whether the Apollo will be available globally or not. Let’s wait till the company reveal all official information.