CES 2015: The New Saygus Smartphone Packs a Mammoth Storage
Many smartphone manufacturers acquired the attention of media and audience alike, be it Samsung, HTC or Lenovo, but there is one unbeatable smartphone that has turned all the heads. The South Jordan-based company Saygus has unveiled V2, a smartphone that has 320 GB of storage capacity.
Well, it’s hard to believe a phone embedding a storage capacity equivalent to an external hard drive, but it’s true. The 320 GB is fragmented as up to 64GB of internal storage, and two MicroSD card slots which can support up to 128 GB each. This is as high as it gets for a smartphone.
The Saygus V2 is an Android-based handset with a 5-inch 1080p display. Diving into its specs, the device is powered by a Snapdragon 801 quad-core processor clocked at 2.5 GHz. It runs on Android 4.4.4 KitKat and packs 3 GB of RAM. Additionally, it sports a massive 21MP of rear shooter with dual LED flash and a 13MP selfie snapper upfront.
Clearly, Saygus has set a benchmark for other renowned brands in regards to its storage capacity. Together with this, it comes with Fingerprint scanner and Wireless Qi charging options. The Harmon Kardon speakers on the phone are sure to make you groove. The firm has also kept in mind the much-talked-about feature on phones these days, root access. The Saygus V2 comes with built-in root access, which allows users to have complete rights over the system.
As of now, there is no news about its price although the device is likely to launch in the US the spring.