While the Vernee M6 has been available to pre-order for a few weeks, right now seems to be one of the best times to place an order as the company is offering a discount on the smartphone resulting in the lowest price it has been since pre-orders first opened. In short, the Vernee M6 is now available to pre-order for $129.99 although the first five people to place an order each day between now and April 9 will be able to buy for only $99.99.
One of the aspects that makes this smartphone so appealing at $99.99 is the fact that it is an all-screen smartphone thanks to the inclusion of an 18:9 aspect ratio. If anything, at the current sale price it is arguably one of the most affordable 18:9 smartphones on the market. The screen itself measures in at 5.7-inches resulting in a screen ratio of 80.34-percent. While this is a follow on device to the Vernee M5, the display is one of the defining differences between the two as the Vernee M5 sported a much smaller 5.2-inch display which utilized a more traditional 16:9 aspect ratio. In spite of a larger display the Vernee M6 is also designed to be a lighter phone in general, and in part due to its slimmer profile measuring in at 6.9 mm. As well as a more premium-looking finish through the inclusion of a dual 2.5D metal body, and sandblasting.
Inside has seen a number of upgrades compared to the Vernee M5 as well. For example, the internal storage has been boosted up to 64GB (in spite of still supporting microSD cards up to 128GB), and the rear camera has been upgraded from the 13-megapixel option included on the Vernee M5 to a 16-megapixel camera. Which also boasts faster autofocus and multiple shooting modes. The front-facing camera has also seen an upgrade with the Vernee M6 making use of a 13-megapixel camera which also features a number of additional software tweaks, such as a beautification mode to improve the quality of selfies. As for the rest of the specs, the Vernee M6 features 4GB RAM, and octa-core processor, and Android 7.0 (Nougat). In addition to a 3,300 mAh battery which the company suggests can last as long as 24 hours on a single charge. A result the company states of advancements to the software optimization which not only means longer runtime, but also more general reductions in power consumption and heat. Those interested in finding out more about the Vernee M6, or placing a pre-order, head over to the company's official website for more information.