The Saygus V2 Is Still Not Ready To Ship Out

When it comes to smartphones there are plenty of options out there, and for those that value storage as a main feature, the Saygus V2 is more or less unrivaled. It offers up two microSD card slots for a potentially large amount of expandable storage and it comes with onboard storage to top it all off for an impressive amount of space to store all of your documents, files, pictures, videos, music, apps, games, and more. The only issue is that the Saygus V2 has yet to ship to backers or those who have wanted to purchase the device. This is also after multiple delays of the handset, although it does appear that shipment dates for the phone are getting closer, at least according to Saygus.

The most recent set of tweets from the company mention that the device has gone through testing of the circuit board that's to be used inside of the device, and that they believe this to be the final version of the circuit board which suggests they are getting closer to launching the device and shipping it out to those that have already backed the project. Saygus also states that this has been the second circuit board that they have tested for the phone in the last two months.

The stream of replies to Saygus' tweet on the final version after testing are unsurprisingly negative, and after so many delays of the launch it's not difficult to see why. The device is shaping up to be in the same boat as Saygus original Vphone device which was supposed to launch over five years ago, and although there is no way of knowing whether or not the V2 will fall victim to the same fate, it doesn't appear that Saygus will be ready to ship the phone in the very near future. Having said that, Saygus has at least been updating the public with where they are in the development and manufacturing process of the V2, giving those who are still interested in getting their hands on it a picture of how long it might be before they can purchase the phone for themselves.

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