The Saygus V2 smartphone runs Android 4.4 KitKat, features a 5-inch 1080p full-HD display with Gorilla Glass 4. It’s powered by a 2.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor and a 3,100mAh battery that has wireless charging capabilities. It also has a 3GB of RAM and 64GB of onboard storage with additional two microSD card slots, that are expandable up to 128GB, total 256GB altogether.
V2’s cameras have optical image stabilization, with the rear sporting a 21-megapixel camera and the front featuring a 13-megapixel shooter. The device is waterproof in up to 3 feet (1m) of water for 30 minutes, and is lined with Kevlar fiber. The handset also has an IR blaster, a 60GHz mobile transceiver, (anything on the screen of the V2 can be projected to a TV monitor with a USB or HDMI port using an HD WiFi dongle from up to 40 feet away), a fingerprint scanner, and built-in Harman Kardon audio technology.
The V2 is sold with root access available, giving a full acces to the developers to create new firmware that can be installed. The V2 supports Multi-boot, meaning the phone can run software from a MicroSD card or the internal flash all at the user’s option.
Saygus expects to sell the V2 for up to $100 less than competing Android-based smartphones.