Vernee Mix 2 Full Review – 18:9 Screen Budget Phone
The Vernee Mix 2 is a surprisingly good budget midranger that offers an 18:9 screen. It is stable, fast, and the OS clean with barely any bloatwares. Underneath is a powerful Mediatek Helio P25 chipset that offers decent performance.
The Vernee Mix 2 overall is a good budget phone, especially for the price. Vernee actually made a well worth it 18:9 Screen Smartphone, and using this for a couple of days, my experience has been rewarding. But you should know, it isn’t bezel-less, also the front facing camera location is a pain, which I think shared by most users. Nevertheless, Performance is what I expected from a mid-end Smartphone, but the High Resolution screen does bottleneck the CPU on gaming, causing more frequent fps drops and stutters. I also commend the Clean and slick UI performance from Vernee but could have wished they improved the Camera UI a bit more. And speaking of the Camera, it does offer a 13 mp SonyIMX258 CMOS Sensor and a secondary lens, which upon my test, only offers average image quality and video. The blur effect also isn’t as useful in practice, as it doesn’t work that well. Furthermore, GPS I think is its biggest blunder, which I can’t get a fix to test the accuracy. Wireless N performance isn’t the best when it comes to range.
Anyway, probably my favorite experience of this Smartphone is going to Split screen mode, and the high resolution screen and huge 6.0 inch size, makes web browsing and watching youtube videos a bit more entertaining. So, you can see that it isn’t all glimmers, and for a budget phone, you are bound to see issues, blunders and sacrifices. But my use of the Vernee Mix 2 was quite good actually and I personally did not expect a lot going through this review.