Viewsonic has launched a dual-SIM Android smartphone that is designed to allow the owner to use two mobile networks at once. With the Viewsonic V350 an employee can use a phone issued by their company for both personal and business calls and web access with separate bills for each.
The Android 2.2 Froyo-based handset has a 3.5in touchscreen display, a 5Mp camera with autofocus and flash, Bluetooth 2.1, assisted GPS and Wi-Fi. No 3G support is included. The internal memory capacity not been announced, but the Viewsonic V350 takes a microSD card for sideloading apps from the Google Market or other download sites and for copying photos and music for playback on the go.
Network and pricing has yet to be announced for the Android device. Viewsonic will be showing the V350 at next week's Mobile World Congress smartphone and tablets trade show. The Viewsonic ViewPad 10Pro, a dual-SIM version of its Android Oak Trail tablet PC, will also be shown at MWC.
The Viewsonic V350 is an Android 2.20 Froyo smartphone that can take two active SIMs and therefore two mobile numbers
The ViewPad 10Pro is a 10in-screen tablet aimed at business users. It can take two SIMs, allowing for the separation of business and personal use
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