Saygus V2: When will the wait be over, Saygus?
Many may not know the smartphone manufacturer that goes by the name Saygus, giving that they are fairly new in the business. However, for those who keenly follow the technological world of smartphones, it would be seen that Saygus had initially promised to release its latest flagship device, the Saygus V2, around January this year. Due to reasons unforeseen, the shift date was taken to May of this same year.
After time had come and gone and even May began to look like a date not feasible, Saygus shifted the release of its new phone due to “delays caused by manufacturing issues” and the fall was then picked as another worthy date. The pre-oder for the device had gone live as early as January and in a bid to reward the customers that stuck with the phone, Saygus has improved its Android version to Lollipop from Kitkat and also added Dual SIM functionality to the device.
The Saygus V2, which comes with a 5-inch display protected by Corning Gorilla glass uses the 2.5GHz Snapdragon 801 processor which has 3GB of RAM to itself. With an original 64GB internal storage, a memory card slot which allows you to expand up till 256GB is also available.
The camera is pretty solid, with the rear coming at 21MP and the front holding its own at 13MP. With Fast Charge and a 3000mAh of battery power, this device really looks like what you want.
The question however is, when would Saygus fulfill their promise and drop the V2?
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