Saygus -- a.k.a. That Company No One Has Heard Of -- is hoping its new V² phone packs enough punch to put its name on the map. The Saygus V² (evidently pronounced "V-squared") has all the stuff you'd expect in a flagship phone, like a 5-in. 1080p display, a 3100mAh battery with wireless charging, and a quad-core processor accompanied by 3GB of RAM.
What sets the phone apart from the pack, though, are unusual features like two microSD card slots, a fingerprint scanner, and optical image stabilization on both the rear- and front-facing cameras. The V² is also waterproof and protected by a "hardened Kevlar edge." All that's missing is a current version of Android: Amidst all the whiz-bang specs, the V² ships with last year's Android 4.4 KitKat OS.
The Saygus V² will set you back $599 for an unlocked model in charcoal, pink, or white. The company hasn't yet said when the device will be available.