A lot of new smartphone manufacturers are entering the market nowadays. All of whom are targeting the entry level segment of the market. One among them is a fairly new company named Verneee. Who launched its first ever smartphone named Mars last year. Well Vernee now have another smartphone up its sleeves known as the Mars Pro. Which as its name suggest is an update over its predecessor.

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The new Mars Pro smartphone is pretty slim at 7.6mm. Where the smartphone comes equipped with a 5.5 inch display. That supports a resolution of 1920 x1080. While the bezels on the smartphone are slim as well at 1 mm, making sure its users do not find it uncomfortable to grip the device. Aside from that the smartphone is running a MediaTek Helio P25 running under the hood. Which is an octa core processor that is coupled with 6GB of RAM.

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When it comes to storage the smartphone only comes with 64GB of capacity, which is not user expandable. The smartphone uses a Sony made IMG258 sensor at the back. Which comes with a resolution of 13MP. While at the front of the device a 5MP camera is present. Where to power it all a generous 3500mAh battery is there. We say generous because considering how thin the smartphone is. Vernee was still able to pack quite a huge battery pack in their Mars Pro smartphone.

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The Vernee Mars Pro is current on pre-sale with a price tag of $180. Which is for a limited time frame as after its official launch. The Vernee Mars Pro will be sold at a higher $200 price tag. Considering what the smartphone offers both the prices should still be considered a bargain for what users will get.

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What do you think about these new smartphone manufactures? Will you considering spending your money on their phones.