Saygus V2 Is An Epitome Of Modern Day Smartphones 1


Saygus is probably not a very well known name from the tech industry. Frankly speaking, even I didn’t know about until I read about it on the internet. The reason we are talking about it here is its latest smartphone mind blowing Saygus V2.

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Saygus V2 is everything what an user would want from his phone. I’d dare say it’s an epitome of smartphones. It has almost everything from every smartphone in the market. It doesn’t have those hot looks to flaunt but its specsheet alone is enough to outsmart others. Let’s start from usual boring specs before talking about far more exciting ones. It’s powered by a quad-core Snapdragon processor, probably a Snapdragon 801 and 3GB RAM. It features a 5 inch FullHD borderless display and protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 4. Now here’s an interesting part. It has light sensors on both the sides, front and back, to enhance screen lighting control. Camera is way better compared to the competition, at least on paper. On rear it has a 21MP camera with OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) paired with dual LED flash. Front camera isn’t any less exciting either with a 13MP AF sensor and OIS.

Saygus V2 has 64GB onboard storage and couple of MicroSDXC slots which can hold cards up to 128GB each. So you get whopping 320GB storage as a result. It also is a true globetrotter with support for GSM, LTE and CDMA networks. There’s dual band WiFi too with 802.11ac support, Bluetooth 4.0 LE and even includes IR port so you can use it as remote for your TVs. List doesn’t end here. It has microUSB 3.0, MHL (HDMI) and a fingerprint scanner. On multimedia side of the things it has stereo speakers with Harman Kardon sound tech., 3 mics. and noise cancelling cypher sound tech. It packs relatively big 3100 mAh battery and supports Qi wireless charging. And did I tell you it also has IPX7 rating which means it is also waterproof.

Saygus V2 runs on Android KitKat and the company is also giving root access out of the box and it can multi-boot too from microSD cards. Woah, that was exhaustive. This phone is truly an all-in-one phone. It’s pricing is unknown but the company is trying to bring it on all major carriers in USA and it’ll be sold globally too. I’m damn excited to see this phone in action. What about you guys?

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About Swapneel Bandiwadekar

I'm into tech since 2006.You can find me on forums as @swap002. I also used to write reviews for Hindustan Times and been a member of pilot programs. Connect with me on Twitter or Google Plus.