If there’s any phone reserving the right to be called a “super smartphone”, it’s the new Saygus V2. Debuting during this year’s CES the Saygus V2 houses a really impressive pack of specs offering its users memory space up to 320GB, which is what no other smartphone available on the market does. When few years ago the manufacturer announced its bold plans on conquering the Android phones market, no one believed that they would make it. Today, it looks like they’re keeping their promises.
Saygus V2 smartphone with 320GB memory space, 3GB RAM, and 21MP camera…
Sporting a 5-inch 1080p screen the new Saygus V2 goes on sale powered by Snapdragon 801 combined with 2.5GHz quad-core processor and 3GB RAM. It works on Android 4.4.4 Kitkat and offers its future users pretty massive optic specs like 21-megapixel back camera with dual LED flash aided by a definitely selfie-friendly 13-megapixel front-facing shooter. What’s even more interesting, both units are enhanced with optical image stabilization. In addition, Harmon Kardon speakers will take care of high-quality audio experience of the phone’s users.
Although the mentioned specs are impressive enough to make you start thinking about getting yourself the Saygus V2, the fact that the handset supports up to 320GB of memory space will help you to make an immediate purchase decision. The Saygus V2 comes originally with 64GB of built-in storage, but it sports ports for two microSD cards, and since both ports are 128GB-capable it means that when using its full potential, we will get a whooping amount of 320GB.
But this is simply the beginning of completely new features, the phone also goes labeled with waterproof IPX7 certification tag, which allegedly allows the phone to swim together with its user. Other than that, the handset additionally sports a 50% battery saving chip that make the 3,100 mAh battery be as powerful as the 4,600 mAh one. Plus, going with super user or root permission rights out of box the Saygus V2 delivers its users a maximum customization on the handset.
As for the pricing and availability details, no official announcement has been made yet. However, the Saygus V2 is rumored be to cost $100 less than current flagship phones, which, frankly speaking, isn’t much of a clue, since the price can still rate between $400 and $700. When it comes to availability, the manufacturer announced that it is working on distributing the device globally with premiere scheduled to take place this spring.