Recently we launched our newest model -Vernee Apollo, which features powerful performance and immersive VR experience. Besides deca-core Helio X25 SoC, 2K display, 4GB RAM, 64GB ROM, and 21MP rear camera, Apollo also comes with a VR box.
For a smartphone, however, high configuration doesn’t necessarily mean smoothness of operation, which is closely related to the optimization and development ability of the manufacturer. Apollo can be unlocked within 0.1 second. Now let’s watch the comparison video below and see which model, Apollo or iPhone7 Plus, unlocks faster.
Thanks to over 3 months of continuous optimization before the launch of Apollo, the fingerprint registration process can be finished with mere 8 times of fingerprint input. And our engineers reduce the most time-consuming step – verification to within 0.05 second and equip this flagship with super fast SPI speed (>16Mh) and high power efficiency (<20 μA). Two major features: Screen-off wakeup For most smartphones, the screen lights up after the recognition process. However Apollo’s screen unlocks during the same time your fingerprint is recognized. Parallel connected matching process Common smartphones need to go through “series connected” fingerprint matching process before unlock, meaning that fingerprint 1 will be first to be matched, and fingerprint 2 will be used when fingerprint 1 fails, with the rest in same manner. However the “parallel connected” fingerprint matching process of Apollo means that all the 5 sets fingerprint will be matched at the same time, therefore it consumes less time. But it’s not enough to just unlock fast. The recognition rate is a more important factor. Vernee Apollo adopts 0.18 μm analogue-digital hybrid process, and comes with 112*96 pixel contact area which allows for 360° readability. Due to analog circuits and algorithm optimization, it solves the problem that wet finger can’t unlock the phone. What’s more, Vernee Apollo has an image acquisition frequency of up to 50 times per second, much higher than the common 20-30 times per second. And backed by support from Precise Biometrics, the top fingerprint technology company, Apollo provides fast, precise, and safe user identification.