Viewsonic Tablet and Smartphone To Be Released At MWC

Will there ever be a single day when an Android based device isn’t leaked? Doesn’t look like.

Viewsonic’s Dual Sim Android smartphone, the V350 will be sporting Froyo, a 3.5” HVGA res touchscreen, a 5 MP camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1 and GPS. Just not this, there’s this facility of Dual Sim, so you can use two different connections and save on your costs perhaps. Nice

Moving on, they also have the Viewpad 10Pro that allows you to dual boot (something I’ve been thinking about for sometime now) between Android and Windows 7. That will be the biggest attraction of this, obviously. Viewsonic calls it a ‘Tablet PC’, although we prefer sticking to just ‘Tablet’.

The Viewpad 10Pro suggests that there are other versions of this tablet as well, apart from the Viewpad 10s 3G. However, it comes with Intel’s Oak Trail processor, becoming one of the first few Tablet PCs to be powered by it. 

It has a 1024×600 LED backlit capacitive multi-touch panel, is fully connected with 3G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth and has at least six hours of battery life.



“Last month Deloitte predicted, in its annual sector forecast, that UK companies will buy more than 10 million tablet devices in 2011. ViewSonic is well placed to capitalize on this market and offers users the best of both worlds from one device” said Derek Wright, Product Marketing Manager at ViewSonic Europe.

“Our V350 Smartphone is one of the most functional Dual-SIM phones on the market. With Android GMS for access to more than 200,000 Google applications, it has powerful multimedia capabilities and with both SIM cards active, you can place and receive calls on each at any time. The Dual-SIM proposition is compelling and will generate considerable market uptake this year.”