ViewSonic V350 / ViewPad 4 tablet:
Viewsonic has announced that the ViewSonic V350 and ViewPad 4 smartphones are en route to India.
And a few days ago ViewSonic has announced that two of its tablets would be making their way onto the Indian market within the next week or so, these two tablets are – a 7-inch tablet running Android 2.2 and a 10-inch Android / Windows dual OS tablet with Wi-Fi and 3G.
According to an article over at themobileindian.com by Nilabh Jha, the ViewSonic V350 smartphone is run on the Android 2.2 OS and feature a new 3.5-inches 3D interface, while the ViewPad 4 is powered by a 1GHz Qualcomm processor with a 4.1-inch display.
The first dual-SIM Android phone to be sold in the country is the Spice Mi270 and ViewSonic V350 will be the next.
However, ViewSonic V350 comes with more features than that of Spice Mi270 which is basically just a regular phone.
Although Ajay Sharna, the country manager of ViewSonic, said that both phones are high on technology and offer superior functionality.
The V350 smartphone enables the use of two different network services at the same time.
The V350 comes with an HVGA (320 x 480) capacitive touch screen, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2.1 connectivity, Assisted GPS navigation, microSD card expansion up to 32GB and a 5MP camera with auto focus.
It would likely to cost you around Rs17,000 to get ViewSonic V350.
Meanwhile ViewPad4 which is Flash 10.1-enabled will offer both tablet and phone functionality.
It will run on the Android Gingerbread OS and with a 4.1-inch WVGA capacitive touch screen display. This model also features a 5-megapixel camera.
The ViewPad 4 will also support 720p HD video capture, playback, upload and includes a mini HDMI 720p display output.
In addition the ViewPad 4 comes with a front facing camera for video calling, along with Bluetooth 2.1 and Wi-Fi connectivity. ViewPad 4 also uses the latest ViewScene UI so it is expected that ViewPad 4 will cost you Rs 20,000.
If you want both phones be aware that both models will offer up to 8 customizable home screens, and will be available to purchase from Reliance Digital outlets.