Vernee Thor Plus Price Comparison
Replaces my old Samsung Galaxy S6 128 GB, which costs about 8x (eight times) what I paid, imported to my home address here in the Australian Capital Territory. After two years, I expect the rechargeable battery again to drop in the maximum holding charge. The old Galaxy luckily had a third party battery-case to compensate for the tiny batteries of most smartphones.
So glad to give up my Samsung, which needed Nova Launcher. Now I again have dual-SIM, FM-radio, and optional micro-SD card. With an acceptable battery charge now, there is no need for wireless fast-charging. The S6's inbuilt IR transmitter: never used it, & if I did miss the IR-blaster, I have the 3.5mm accessory for remote controlling TV, air-conditioners, etc.
The "stereo" audio is Bluetooth or the 3.5mm audio plug. There is otherwise the one (mono) inbuilt speaker on the phone bottom-edge.
As usual, my photographs are better served with the compact camera in my shirt-pocket, a Panasonic TZ70, with 4K OIS video, 30x zoom, etc. If needed, the Vernee's inbuilt EIS is reportedly better than some OIS on other smartphones, but I've yet to verify this.