The Mobile World Congress certainly turned out to be an Android-only event and weâ€™ve picked a few of them as our favorites. Here's another contender to be on that list – Viewsonic, our beloved monitor-people have unveiled the dual-SIM V350 in Barcelona.
Viewsonic brings two SIM cards to Android
Following Motorola and Gigabyte, Viewsonicâ€™s V350 sports two SIM card slots and runs on Android Froyo. The smartphone is powered by a processor clocking 600 MHz, which seems to be a bit weak. The V350 has the following specs to boast of:
3.5-inch Capacitive Touchscreen Wi-Fi, A-GPS Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR 5 Megapixel camera with autofocus 512 MB memory expandable via microSD card 3.5 mm audio jack
The V350 also has the regular smartphone features of an accelerometer and a magnetometer. The Android Market is available to download apps for the smartphone. It also supports SNS and E-mail integration along with Google apps like Gmail, Picasa and YouTube.
While thereâ€™s not much on the pricing and date of launch for the V350, it hopefully should be out sometime in April. If any further updates do pop up, weâ€™ll notify you about it.