Saygus has announced a new Android-powered smartphone called the Saygus VPhone that claims to be the first device in America with 2-way video calling capability. The handset is expected to be offered as a CDMA handset on Verizon's Open Development Initiative.
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The two cameras on the device include a 5MP main camera with autofocus and flash and a VGA forward facing camera for video calling. The handset also has WiFi, USB, and Bluetooth tethering that allows up to eight devices to connect as an access point.
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The handset also has a slide out keyboard, 1500mAh battery with up to four hours of video calling or 7 hours of talk time. The screen is 3.5-inch 800 x 480 resolution multi-touch unit. The device uses a 624MHz PXA310 processor. Pricing is unknown at this time.