Saygus Android Phone Is First With 2-way Video Calling

Posted: Nov 17 2009, 11:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:33pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
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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.

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.

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.

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