MWC 2015 is over, and we saw many incredible gadgets pop up in it – but there’s so many some incredible ones like Saygus V2 slipped through the cracks. We aim to fix that situation.
The Saygus V2’s tagline is pretty eye catching. If you’ve never heard of it, let us introduce the so called “most complete smartphone in the world”, straight from Mobile World Congress 2015.
This device was created by Saygus, and sports a sturdy build along with surprisingly good specs for a upper-mid range phone. These are:
- Snapdragon 801 Processor at 2.5GHz
- 3 GB RAM
- 5 inches screen capable of 1080p (445ppi) with Gorilla Glass 4
- 64 GB storage, which can be expanded with cards up to 256 GB on each of its 2 slots
- Wireless HD
- 21 MP back camera, with optical stabilization
- 13 MP front camera
- Wireless charging
- Biometric scanner for fingerprints
- MicroUSB 3.0 with MHL & HDMI
- 67 x 137 x 9.7mm and 141 grams of weight
- Android 4.4.4 KitKat, can be updated to Lollipop
Saygus spent several years creating the Saygus V2, and took inspiration from several car models to tailor the way it looks. This device will come out with a price tag of $599 USD (for a 64 GB storage version), which is rather cheaper than the latest Samsung with similar specs… Could a new challenger be approaching?
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