The has more than enough storage for data requirements, with 64GB on-board flash memory and support for two 128GB microSD cards, thus allowing the user to have a total of 320GB storage in the pocket.

Saygus V2 has a 5-inch screen with Full HD resolution (1080x1920p) and runs on a 2.5GHz quad-core Qualcomm processor, with 3GB RAM. The manufacturer has not scrimped on the camera front either, packing 21MP and 13MP sensors on the back and front, respectively. It packs a battery with 3,100mAh capacity.

Among the special features of the smartphone are 60GHz Wi-Fi band support, Harman Kardon-enhanced front speakers and a proprietary power-saving chip that conserves an additional 50% battery.

The V2 comes with a set of allegedly unique features, including a biometric fingerprint scanner, HD Wi-Fi (60 GHz), and “new to market” waterproofing technology (IPX7 rating).

The smartphone runs Android KitKat, provides root access, and supports multi-boot, being capable of running “software from a microSD card, or the internal flash, all at the user’s option.”

On the design front, the smartphone is reportedly quite sleek, with pretty thin bezels around the screen. It sports Kevlar coating (the same material used to make bulletproof vests) on the back for added strength. Moreover, the smartphone's body is resistant to water (IPX7 certification).

Saygus doesn’t have a price for the handset yet, but says that it’s going to sell it for “up to USD 100 less than competing Android-based smartphones.”