The Vernee Mars Pro is a 6GB RAM Smartphone for only $179.99

The Vernee Mars Pro is a 6GB RAM Smartphone for only $179.99

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Recently, Vernee released a new flagship model, the Mars Pro. The slim body paired with a near-borderless design allows the Mars Pro to have a 1mm narrow bezel. This combined with the matte black body makes this phone one of the best looking 6GB RAM devices.

This phone also has an edge-to-edge display, so you’ll be getting a much higher screen-to-body ratio. When the display is off, there is a perfect blend of the screen and the frame which creates a really cool look, adding to the great design. Plus, it has a 3.5mm headphone jack, which is always appreciated.

A full metal body with “temperature”

Using the 6 series of aluminum material, 18 CNC cutting mechanism, and a sandblasting process, the black outer shell adds a matted effect over the deep black color. This offers a non-slip texture so you can have a strong grip when using the phone.

Flagship Specs

The Vernee Mars Pro isn’t all looks. It’s fitted with some great specs that make this phone nice and fast too. The Helio P25 processor is paired with 6GB of RAM and a big 3500mAh battery, which helps this phone keep up with other flagships on the market. It’s a great combination of design and power.

From the 1st to 10th of July, you can purchase the Vernee Mars Pro at Gearbest. They have a limited 50 units per day for only $179.99. You can also join this campaign here some time before the 9th to get one of the 100 devices that are being given away for free.

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