Vernee T3 Pro with Face ID, 3GB RAM and a Battery for 4080 Mah

Vernee T3 Pro device

Most people pay attention to design, and while others need advanced functions apart from the reliability of the smartphone. And there are those who do not want to overpay for the above options. For them, the company Vernee offers a new model T3 Pro. It received a current screen aspect ratio of 18:9, thin frames, a capacious battery and even a face recognition function for unlocking.

Vernee T3 Pro

Vernee T3 Pro received a 5.5-inch display with a resolution of HD+, but due to the ratio of 18:9 and thin frames, it is comparable in size with 5-inch models. For those who want to highlight and emphasize the individuality of the manufacturer offers the device in three colours: traditional black, red and blue.

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Inside the Vernee T3 Pro is a four-core processor MediaTek MT6739, 3 GB of RAM and a drive for 16 GB. This is far from the top fill for running games at the maximum settings, but it is enough for any everyday tasks. And thanks to the battery capacity of 4,080 mAh you can count on a proper autonomy and less often put the device to recharge. The manufacturer promises up to 21 hours of video playback.


The primary camera in the Vernee T3 Pro is dual – with 12 and 2-megapixel modules. Supports shooting in portrait mode and recording video in Full HD. The front camera with a resolution of 5 megapixels has a way of improving the photos, making the skin on the faces smoother and hiding small flaws. Also, the smartphone supports face recognition for unlocking, which is quite unusual for devices of this price category. The novelty is running under the current operating system Android 8.1 Oreo.

Since August 3 on the official page of Vernee T3 Pro on AliExpress will be active: the company promises an extremely lucrative offer to buy this smartphone.

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