ViewSonic's V350 Dual-SIM Droid Hits The Stores In June

By 09:42 Sun, 11 Jul 2021 Comments

ViewSonic V350 was announced back in February at the MWC, but it's just only now that it's ready to hit the shelves. The dual-SIM droid, capable of running on two different 3G networks, has been redesigned since February though.

We already met with the V350 in Barcelona. It was a fine looking fella running on Android OS, even if it came with specs that are mid-range at best - a 600Mega Hertz (MHz) processor, a 3.5-inch HVideo Graphics Array (VGA) capacitive display, 512Mega Bytes (MB) RAM, a 5 megapixel snapper with WVideo Graphics Array (VGA) video recording and the usual connectivity stuff.

The most fascinating thing about the Froyo running V350 is the support for 3G network on both SIM cards. This means you can have both SIMs connected to a (different) 3G network.

ViewSonic V350 recent design

While the hardware will remain the same inside, ViewSonic has slightly redesigned the panel. As you can see the shell has lost the rounded edges, the back looks different too, but the front is pretty much the same.

ViewSonic V350 recent design

There is still no official info on the pricing of the smartphone of if it will eventually acquire updated to Gingerbread. We guess the details should be revealed soon, though.




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