Saygus announces slightly later formal ship date for V2, cites component challenges and antenna design
The Saygus V2 will pack a largely stock Android experience, version 4.4.4 KitKat initially, though Lollipop updates are being worked on at this very moment. The bootloader will be unlocked for those that must tinker with Android. The CPU is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 which is a proven and capable chipset with 3GB of RAM to shuffle things around. 64GB of storage can be expanded by two microSD slots, each able to handle 128GB and provide the ability for the device to dual-boot. Aside from the two microSD slots, the V2 also sports dual front-facing speakers utilizing Harman Kardon audio tweaking.
This device will have two monster cameras too, each with optical image stabilization – 20-megapixels on the back, 13 up front. Wireless gaming and mobile beaming are supported too thanks to a 60GHz transmitter.
Taken together, Saygus says its ship date will be May 22, 2015.
For those that choose to hang in there, Saygus is throwing in a set of SqGl (“squiggle”) 3D earbuds as a consolation measure. However, if May is just too far away for you, Saygus will support a request for refund. Did you order a Saygus V2? Are you going to hang in there and wait?