Saygus has recently unveiled a new smartphone with relatively impressive specifications. It is called the Saygus V2 (aka Saygus V-Squared), which offers 64GB of onboard storage but support for 320GB of capacity space. Since, the phone provides dual microSDXC card slots inside. That’s mean each one can handle the memory card with as much as 128GB of storage. Already we known some phone manufacturer are currently sell their products with a standard of 16GB of internal storage, and highest level of 64GB. So, hopefully owners of Saygus V2 smartphone will never be frustrated again about internal memory shortage.
Not enough with an impressive storage capacity, the new handset comes with some exclusives feature in the business. It’s including the IR transmitter (act as a remote control), wireless Qi charging support, Harman Kardon speakers, and a fingerprint scanner (that located on the side of device).
Company has been shown off the engineering prototype 5 inch Android phone during the Consumers Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Saygus is actually a company that unveiled the VPhone, which was introduced at CES 2010 event and is an Android smartphone with a pretty capable QWERTY keyboard.
Back to the V-Squared or V2 phone, it has a 5-inch display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixel, pixel density of 445ppi and a Gorilla Glass 4 covering. The phone takes advantage of a 2.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor and 3GB of RAM. In the software department, the handset enjoys the Android 4.4 KitKat operating system. We also found out the 13MP frontal camera and a pretty impressive 21MP rear-facing shooter with dual LED flash as well as OIS.
It supports 60GHz Wireless HD for low-latency wireless HD streaming. Inside of the handset sported 3,500mAh battery as its power source. So, the Saygus V2 smartphone seems a pretty great handset on paper.
Reportedly, Saygus will distribute its V2 smartphone through all US carriers, and most of the carriers across the worldwide for some time in this spring. We should keep an eye pre-orders the handset later this month.
Source: Product Page