Viewsonic ViewPhone 3 lacks ICS 4.0, specs within

During CES 2012 in Las Vegas Viewsonic have said they are to introduce their Viewsonic ViewPhone 3 into the Latin American market at some point in the second quarter of 2012, the ViewPhone 3 is an Android smartphone and we have some spec along with a hands-on video at CES 2012 for your viewing consideration below.

According to the guys over at Ubergizmo, the Viewsonic VeiwPhone 3 packs a 3.5-inch HVGA TFT touch screen along with an 800MHz ARM11 processor, 5 megapixel camera, Bluetooth 2.1, WiFi, GPS, FM radio, microSD expansion and dual SIM support, and is an Android 2.3 Gingerbread device, but it is possible this device will see an Android Ice Cream Sandwich update sometime in the future.

Apparently one of the main selling points of the entry to mid range Android smartphone is something called ViewScene 3D, which delivers a intuitive user interface to enhance the Android experience, although that particular feature remains to be seen if it lives up to such UI’s as HTC Sense and TouchWiz.

Of course that dual SIM support just might be an attraction, especially for those that travel quite a bit and allowing you to leave your own SIM inside and place in a local SIM when abroad.

So, price wise the Viewsonic ViewPhone 3 will command a price tag of $275 and launching in Latin America primarily but will also be offered in the United States as an unlocked handset.

That’s about it, all you need do now is head on down and hit the play button to check out the ViewPhone 3 video footage which comes our way courtesy of Techfokus…enjoy.

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One thought on “Viewsonic ViewPhone 3 lacks ICS 4.0, specs within”

  1. Gopal says:

    very poor incall audio quality. Basic function of a phone is not met forget the features…very poor service response (rather no response to emails at all) overall very bad experience.

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