Saygus Vphone might be the fourth Android phone for Verizon
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2. trentsinmypants posted on 17 Feb 2010, 10:53 0
I like the look of this phone more so than the DROID.....Im crossing my fingers that the third picture is true! :D
3. Kappy posted on 17 Feb 2010, 11:05 0
eh isn't that impressive. Just another droid look-a-like. The brick style is getting old quick. When is VZW going to get some new high end phones??
4. sleepyjohnny posted on 17 Feb 2010, 11:08 0
hmm as of right now, the droid is the only brick styled phone on verizon. what is getting old is the shiny-polished-all-around devices. i do have to say, this phone does look just like the droid and has basically all the same stuff except for the slightly faster processor. it also lacks the four touch sensitive buttons on the bottom. overall, the droid just looks better while this looks cheap and flimsy
7. Kappy posted on 17 Feb 2010, 11:56 0
Droid, the devour is pretty much the same thing. Heavy brichish style. and this. That will be 3 brick style phones. In my personal opinion they are not sleek sexy looking phones.
8. Kappy posted on 17 Feb 2010, 11:57 0
Don't get me wrong. The droid is a good phone. A beast, I just don't like its look or how much it weighs. I also think the droid looks better than this. The devour I am not impressed with.
5. jcoberg10 posted on 17 Feb 2010, 11:19 0
Saygus? is this a new Manufacture? Mini USB plug(ugh!), 4 row Keyboard (finally), Android 1.6(R U Kiding?)
9. omarc26 posted on 17 Feb 2010, 12:22 0
mm i noticed it has a front facing camera? is verizon gunna get video calling?
10. sleepyjohnny posted on 17 Feb 2010, 12:25 0
thats no camera... its a not very well hidden proximity sensor... or some kind of sensor EDIT: i went to wikipedia and theres no entry for Saygus. going on google, iw ent to their website and its all about video communications technology so maybe that is a camera... phoneareana doesnt even mention it though
12. jbroots3 posted on 17 Feb 2010, 14:08 0
^ I think everyone is thinking too hard. It looks like a light for missed call alerts...
13. doitall76 posted on 17 Feb 2010, 14:40 0
This is going to be the first phone on Verizon that supports video conferencing. That is a front facing camera. This will also be able to be tethered to your computer. Though it will be sold as a Verizon phone, the initial information back in November said that they wouldn't provide support for the phone. I am with all of you, Android 1.6...come on??? With the delays, they should be focusing on updating that. I am digging the keyboard though. Doitall76
17. Bamigo2006 (unregistered) posted on 18 Feb 2010, 17:15 0
from what i hear verizon is launching SKYPE on phones for video conferencing/ phone calls
14. The Real Quiz posted on 17 Feb 2010, 16:46 0
I have very close friends involved in the Saygus company, one of whom is the VP, and I've actually seen this phone first hand. Not only that, but I've seen the video-to-video technology in action over a 3G network. I can tell you it is very real, very ground-breaking, and very exciting. It's been about 12 years in the making, but video-to-video cell phone calls (at 24-30 FPS, no less!) are only a couple months away.
16. jcoberg10 posted on 18 Feb 2010, 11:40 0
If this was the case don't you think they would mention it at MWC, Either they did and phonearena missed it, or they didn't mention it. which makes me believe it's not true. That is truly lGround breaking, and i would be all over it if i thought it was true for 1 second. Plus, this technology, won't really be useful, until the 4g networks get rolled out.
15. vzwtechbill posted on 17 Feb 2010, 21:10 0
I read about this phone last November on Phonescoop,http://www.phonescoop.com/arti
cles/article.php?a=321. The really eye-popping points were that its supposed to be the first ODI (open developmen initiative) phone, and ability to support video calls and act like a Mi-Fi device (according to the original article at any rate). Will be interesting to see what actually comes out, since the processor has changed, what else has been added/removed???