Aliexpress & Vernee Big Sale: Snap limited 1000pcs Vernee Thor E at only $99.99


The Vernee Thor E is currently available for only $99.99 via a 'snapdeal' on Aliexpress. This deal price is exclusive to Aliexpress and therefore can only be picked up at the reduced price through the link below. Likewise, only 1000 Vernee Thor E units are available as part of this promotion, so it will be a matter of 'while stocks last' on this one. Following the conclusion of the sale, the price of the Vernee Thor E will go up to its regular $129.99 price.

When it comes to why you might want to consider picking up the Thor E, Vernee offers seven very clear reasons. The first is the level of battery life that is on offer as Vernee states that the Thor E is able to last up to three days with normal use, or as long as 30 days in standby mode. Vernee also highlights that the battery capacity on offer is housed within a body that is not only 8.2 mm thin, but also weighs only 149 grams. Further adding that the design and portability of the device has not been compromised by the inclusion of such a big battery. Which directly leads to another one of the reasons – the fact that the Thor E is a smartphone that comes with a 5-inch display, while boasting the included 5,020 mAh battery. As Vernee points out, the world's first 5-inch smartphone to do so.


Another point Vernee picks up on, is that this is a high density battery. In particular, that the the energy density of the Thor E reaches a 38-percent higher level than what is found on other smartphones (690 Wh/L vs 500Wh/L). Which among other things, results in the battery being capable of maintaining a 90-percent charge rate after 600 charge cycles. Likewise, the battery safety tests that Vernee has undertaken is also a point highlighted. Noting that the Thor E battery is not only "explosion-proof," but is also flame-resistant and does not leak. In fact, Vernee goes on to point out that the battery is designed to endure just about all conditions and scenarios, including exposure to high temperatures, humidity, while also protected against short-circuits, over-charging, and more. Sticking with the battery benefits, Vernee also explains that a charge of only 30 minutes is enough to power the Thor E for an entire day. Which is due to the Thor E's use of a 9V/2A charging solution. As Vernee explains, this is 80-percent more effective than typical 5V/2A chargers. Resulting in the Thor E able to recharge its big battery completely, in as little as 120 minutes.

The next notable selling point is that the Thor E also comes with a feature that is able to offer even greater levels of battery usage, when in dire need. This is the Thor E's ability to be used with an E-ink display when needed. When this mode is activated, the brightness is automatically adjusted, and the display only shows black and white colors. Likewise, various notifications and apps are reduced and/or optimized, while the CPU and GPU are restricted. All measures which Vernee states will result in 20-percent of the battery enough to power the smartphone for an entire day.


If you needed another reason to pick the Thor E up, then the last reason is that this a device which offers unparalleled price-to-performance comparisons. Not only is the Thor E more powerful than many of its counterparts, but it is also more affordable. For instance, and in terms of the rest of the main specs, the Thor E is a smartphone that comes equipped with a 5-inch display along with a 1280 x 720 resolution. Inside, the Thor E comes loaded with 3GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, and is powered by a MediaTek MT6753 octa-core SoC. Cameras come in the form of a 13-megapixel rear camera, along with a 5-megapixel front-facing camera. While the operating system in play is Android 7.0 (Nougat). More details, as well as the promotional price, through the link below.

Vernee Thor E For $99.99 (Aliexpress)

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