Note from users
Design & Materials
Performance & Hardware
- 0%Less than half day
- 0%Less than a day
- 29%One day
- 35%More than one day
- 35%Two days or more
- 24%It comes with a clean operating system
- 76%It has preinstalled apps but they don't bother me
- 0%It has preinstalled apps that I can't uninstall
- 8%Once a year
- 15%Every six months
- 23%Every two months or less
- Not this strong processor and frame at all. Average performance.
Regular chinese phone, average performance. 8 mounths experience.The price is too high for the quality. Great expectatipns,but too slow, bad BT connection. Recomended price $120-150Positives
- Not SO expencive, probably water and dust resistant/ no experience/, nice storage!
- the battery is more than a day
- the processor i very, very slow! Not as atvertised
- less than average quality cameras- rear and front
- being in my back pocket the frame was bended, cou
- Excellent rugged phone with big memory
Going for the built in 128gb memory. Out of the box still have 110gb of built in storage. Not testing waterproof function. Using it as a normal phone. Has surprisingly loud external speaker. 3.5mm jack is a good inclusion for device that has usb-c port. Battery slightly better than my Cubot x18 plus.
The only real bad side is the front facing camera and overly simplified camera apps. Other shortcoming are quite acceptable.Positives
- Good battery life
- Good main camera
- Fairly light for rugged phone
- Attractive design, suitable for daily use
- Fully functioning OTG function
- Usb-c + 3.5mm jack
- Front camera
- Overly simplified camera apps
- Screen not that vibrant
- Only register 3 finger on multitouch test
- No notification light
- Owned from three weeks. Good mobile. Did not tests for waterproof.
No any charger,case or screen protector for this model found. Cameras and battery could be better for this CPU, ROM and RAM. Rugged phone must be with rugged and powerful camera and battery. Recommended price is £160 - £170. Overall 8,5 from 10. Please ask me for more experience.
- So far, the Vernee Active has been a great investment. Works efficiently and almost flawlessly.
Really rugged and waterproof so you can take pictures and videos at the beach in the water. Lots of storage space. Would even buy a 256 GB if Vernee ever makes one in the future.Positives
- Rugged, light, user friendly, quick charging
- no LED light, headphone jack on top of phone
- occasional bluetooth connectivity issues
- Solid phone with very good specs for the price
Best design for rugged phone, much smaller and lighter than average. battery last more than 2 days, only cons is the customer support and most likely the upcoming lack of updates. Oreo was not even announced to be in the roadmap.
- AutoMiddle device, does not lend itself to being a rugged smartphone, fragile screen.
I bought it a little over a year ago and during this time the canvas broke twice as it fell to the stone floor. No more the operation is good, run, without locking. Were it not for the low resistance of the screen, which the first time I managed to change, I would stay longer with the device.Positives
- general functioning
- screen should not have bezels
- Autophone says incasable
pleasant to the touch works not too bad good autonomy 2j max, impossible to connect in Bluetooth, his average speaker. I try them in full of environment sand, mud, in the rain and in the water etc ... works not too badly. in different countries not always good gps level big mistakes and the average network reception in France does not take the 4g while others sound in 4g + supports very poorly the falls mine has lasted 4 months broken screen impossible to repair it
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- 6.0 Design & Materials
- 6.3 Performance & Hardware
- 6.1 Camera
- 7.8 Connectivity
- 6.7 Battery
In this case, to determine the score we evaluate 5 general aspects:
- Design and screen
- Hardware and performance
Once these 5 factors have been rated, we introduce the price variable. This means that any two devices with the same ratings get a different Ki score for quality vs price.
Even a device objectively worse than another may have a higher Ki score if it has a better price.
The Ki varies as time goes by. As new devices with better specifications enter the market the Ki score of older devices will go down, always being compensated of their decrease in price.