Saygus, the Utah-based mobile manufacturer that few years ago announced their plans to conquer the Android phone market with its VPhone but never managed to launch this Android QWERTY phone, is now being in the spotlight once again claiming starting works on their new smartphone that will reportedly sport many innovative features.
What happened to the VPhone project? No one knows, the truth is that the device disappeared after being granted with the Verizon’s open development initiative certification in August 2011. Since then the company has pretty much passed into oblivion. And now, over three years later, like a bolt out of the blue, Saygus has recently issued a press announcement saying that the company is working on a new phone.
Saygus returns with V-Square V2 smartphone
According to the Saygus press release, the new smartphone dubbed V-Square or V2 is said to be equipped with a massive portion of ground-breaking solutions combined with few standard features. So, starting from the display, the phone will sport a 5-inch 1080p screen equipped with the Silicon Valley technology that enables to view images and videos in direct sunlight.
It will be also powered by a quad-core Snapdragon processor clocked at 2.5GHz that will be combined with 64GB of built-in storage. The high end camera unit with OIS will be also present on the V-Squared’s board. More exotic features include: a new type of biometric sensor and 60GHz Wireless HD streaming. What’s more due to special secret technology the phone’s Qi wireless chargeable 3,500 mAh battery standard life can be expanded by 50 percent.
Additionally, the new Saygus phone is reported to be labeled with water resistance certification tag with optimal moisture and water protection. Under the V-Squared’s hood, there will be also Harman Kardon speakers guaranteeing high fidelity music experience and the company’s own special noise reducing technology.
All these sounds like a very nice phone, but taking into account the manufacturer’s inglorious history, we won’t believe it to exist until the phone hit the market. And even if they somehow managed to launch the V-Square, the manufacturer will have to face another challenge – how to convince customers to give it a shot buy their product?