Saygus V2: The Phone With "Bada" Storage

Saygus V2: The Phone With "Bada" Storage

By SiliconIndia   |   Wednesday, 14 January 2015, 13:25 Hrs   |    2 Comments
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BANGALORE: This year CES edition extended its invites to Smartphone players like Asus, Lenovo and LG. However, Saygus, a rather unfamiliar name bagged the spotlight with its V2 (V Squared) Smartphone that showcased top of the bill specifications and unique features, reports TOI.

The Saygus V2 is a well designed Smartphone that sports a kevlar shell, magnesium frame and aluminum rim. The gadget at 141grams is featured in white or black back panel (optional) that comes with a matte finish, textured design pattern and bonus graphics.

Saygus V2 The back panel is detachable and covers the battery section that houses a 3100mAh removable battery, a sim card slot and two microSD card slots each of which can hold up to 128GB. The whole right frame of the phone features hardware buttons like the volume rocker, power, camera shutter, a fingerprint sensor and a 60GHz mobile beaming transmitter.

To make matters interesting, the phone is IPx7 is water resistant too and can be immersed up to 1 metre of water for a good 30 minutes.
The bottom side  of the device fits a 3.5mm headset jack and a micro-USB port whereas the top edge has an infrared sensor. To some extent, the surface of the phone is curved near the bottom and has a visibly large Harmon Kardon speaker with the other speaker situated near the ear piece.

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