CES 2015: Saygus V2 is a super smartphone with 320GB storage!

Saygus V2 smartphone CES 2015

Saygus V2 smartphone at CES 2015

Whenever we talk about smartphones, top brands reap all the limelight. But behold this phone that I’ll like to call a super smartphone simply because of its unbelievable features. Revealed at CES 2015, the Saygus V2 smartphone is a powerhouse when compared to current breed of smartphones. With 320GB storage (64GB on two MicroSDXC slots) , 3GB RAM and 2.5GHz quad core Snapdragon processor this smartphone totally rocks the block.

The Android 4.4.4 KitKat powered smartphone is loaded with a 21MP rear camera with dual LED flash and a 13MP front camera for clicking some stunning selfies. The 5-inch Gorilla Glass 4 screen having a full HD 1080×1920 resolution display further enhances the functionality of this monster of a phone.

CES Saygus V2 smartphone CES 2015 specifications

The waterproof phone has wireless charging option courtesy the Wireless Qi charging technology and biometric fingerprint scanner for user’s protection. The look of Saygus V2 smartphone is quite subtle although it looks a bit on the fatter side. But that is bound to happen with all that hardware stuffed inside.

It doesn’t stop here the 60GHz Wi-Fi band support and Harmon Kardon front speakers further enhance its jumbo feature list. All this hardware is ably supported by a 3100mAh battery which is aided by a proprietary power-chip that gives added 50% power.

There is no concrete word on the pricing of Saygus V2, but they have mentioned that it is going to be $100 cheaper than competing Android-based smartphones which is going to be around $500 for this power-packed Saygus V2.

Saygus V2 smartphone CES 2015

A super smartphone that’ll cost around $500

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