While some of us have yet to start packing, ViewSonic has figuratively (well, presumably not literally) set out its Mobile World Congress stall early.
A press release invites attendees to visit ViewSonic’s stall on Monday, where they’ll show off two new devices, namely the V350 smartphone and ViewPad 10 Pro tablet.
The V350 will be a dual-SIM affair, allowing users to use two different networks while on the move. Or staying still, it’s up to you. The feature is of particular appeal to jetsetting types who require different SIMs for different countries, or perhaps one network for business and another for pleasure.
The smartphone will feature a 3.5in screen, 5MP camera, and Android 2.2. Needless to say, it’ll also support Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
Over in the land of tablets, ViewSonic drags its Android 1.6-running ViewPad 10 into the present with the Android 2.2 ViewPad 10 Pro. Like its predecessor, it’ll have dual-boot capabilities, with both Android and Windows operating systems.
The ViewPad 10 Pro is also notable as one of the first tablets to use Intel’s Oak Trail processor technology. It’ll have a 10in screen, full flash 10.1 support, and in-built 3G and Wi-Fi.
We’ll be grabbing ourselves some ViewSonic action at their stall on Monday.