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, 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.