>Lollipop is in the works, but the company refused to be drawn on exactly when.
Because Google hasn't yet released a bug-free version of Lollipop, maybe? It wouldn't be of any advantage to Saygus to draw attention to Google's misstep, either.
At a pre-MWC preview, Utah-based Saygus showed off its V2 Android phone, which turns up a notch all the specs. Samsung customers who have been turned off in the past by the S6's lack of a MicrosSD slot will appreciate the two slots of the V2. This, along with the 64GB on board, would give the well-heeled customer nearly half …
Factual info: Current Lollipop is buggy, update isn't here yet. Citations:
Bugs in Lollipop 5.0:
Lollipop 5.1 release:
I wasn't trolling Android - I use KitKat myself. Indeed, I'm happy with it so I'm not fussed if Sony take their time rolling out a stable version of Lollipop for my phone.
Saygus revealed an Android QWERTY phone in 2010, but it never materialised. Let's hope they fare better with this effort. http://www.engadget.com/2014/11/11/saygus-v2-smartphone/
Even if it doesn't work out, perhaps it will prompt Samsung to release an 'Active' (read: ruggedised) variant of the S6 with a removable battery. Whilst we're at it, a phone with a swappable battery would ideally have a small auxiliary battery to provide power whilst the main battery is being swapped over, so no restart is required.
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