One of the most interesting editorial pieces we’ve ever written was our article, Hunting Down A Unicorn: The VPhone. For us, we spent considerable time last year working to get current information about the device, only to find none. In response to our article, certain representatives of Saygus, the company behind VPhone, started inundating us with emails and comments making various claims about our article.
Because it’s now been more than seven months since our article posted, we thought we’d do a little recap on the VPhone.
PhoneCan has been trying to hunt down one of the mythical unicorns of the wireless industry. No, it’s not the Verizon iPhone. That’s referred to as the Magical Unicorn Pegasus iPhone. This is something else, entirely.
No, what we’re referring to is the Saygus VPhone. For those familiar with the model, they will immediately recognize a phone that has never truly materialized. For those unfamiliar with the phone, we will help you understand what the phone was specified to have when it was “announced.” We will show you how it’s popped up from time to time across the Internet. And, we will tell you why we think you’ll never actually get to hold one.
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