Vernee Thor Uber Smartphone Priced At $129.99

Posted: Mar 23 2016, 3:44am CDT | by , Updated: Apr 4 2016, 5:46am CDT, in News | Technology News


Vernee Thor Uber Smartphone Priced at $129.99

The new Vernee Thor with some sort of special Uber integration is priced at a very affordable $129.99. See the first real world photos of the Vernee Thor Uber phone.

Earlier this week Chinese smartphone startup Vernee announced a partnership with Uber for its Thor smartphone. The Vernee Thor is not as high-end as the stunning Vernee Apollo.

Update: The Vernee Thor is on sale now for $99.99 for Uber users.

The Thor runs on an 8-core MediaTek MT6753 1.3GHz CPU, 3GB RAM and 16GB storage. The storage can be expanded to 128GB. Other features of the Vernee Thor include 5-inch screen with 1280x720px resolution, 13MP camera, 5MP selfie-camera and 2,800mAh battery. The Thor supports 5V 2A quick charge and will run on Android Marshmallow.

The backside of the Thor has a smooth rubber surface. The screen has an anti-fingerprint coating. 

Vernee released several photos (see below) of the Thor Uber phone today and revealed that the Thor is priced at only $129.99. Vernee is supposed to release the Thor Uber phone in April. The Vernee Thor looks like a decent quality Android phone especially for the $130 price tag.

We still did not hear back from Vernee to get details on what the Uber integration and partnership means. It could be that the Thor is just coming pre-installed with the Uber app and that is all this partnership means.

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