Saygus V2 Gets Another Delay, Comes To Indiegogo

June 15, 2015 - Written By Justin Diaz

The Saygus V2 has been in an out of the media, hailing itself as the world’s most advanced smartphone and boasting plenty of exciting features which would probably make tech enthusiasts salivate at the very thought of owning such a device. The Saygus V2 has also been delayed a number of times, with the most recent reports stating it has been delayed again as well as now showing up on Indiegogo for a new campaign for buyers. While news of another delay may not be exactly what loyal backers and those who have placed pre-register orders for the device are wanting to hear, Saygus has now seemingly given the details on an expected date of when those who pre-registered will see the device ship.

As one would have it, the Indiegogo campaign is not just a way for Saygus to reach more interested buyers of the V2, but it also served as way for them to alert everyone about the ship dates for those devices, with Saygus stating that those who pre-registered will be getting them before the Indiegogo campaign buyers. They apparently have a number of devices currently finishing in the manufacturing process and those units are the ones which will be heading to those who have already pre-registered. The Indiegogo is live for anyone who hadn’t had the opportunity to grab a pre-order of the V2 up till now, but keep in mind Saygus won’t be shipping devices until sometime later in the Fall of this year, and with the pre-register devices coming first, those who back the device through Indiegogo could be looking at another month or two later, placing things potentially more towards the end of the year.

If you haven’t heard of the Saygus V2 before, it’s got a ton of good looking specs (on paper since the device hasn’t been released yet, nor is there a prototype which anyone has seen) boasting things like 464GB of storage, waterproof, a 21MP OIS camera, USB Type-C, and Android 5.1 Lollipop. If those don’t sound like tantalizing features than power and performance are not your thing. If this device ever makes it to backer hands, those who end up owning one will likely feel like gods among men.