Saygus show Android VPhone at CES 2010
Believe it or not there are other Android handsets that aren’t actually made by HTC, and one such is the VPhone which is produced by Saygus, and Saygus was at CES 2010 showing off their handset reports an article over on wired.
We probably last heard of the Saygus VPhone when it was going through the FCC and is said to be the first Android handset that can make two-way video calls even over EDGE.
Saygus say their video calling software runs at 18 to 22 frames per second on EDGE and up to 30 frames per second on a 3G network and also estimates that 5GB of bandwidth can carry 10,000 minutes of video conferencing on the VPhone.
Other specs on the Saygus VPhone are a 3.5 inch WVGA touch screen, 5 megapixel camera with auto-focus and flash, WiFi, Bluetooth, EV-DO.Rev, and Marvel 624 MHz processor, Price wise all Saygus would say was the VPhone will be “very competitive.”