ViewSonic ViewPad 4 Gets Fully Viewed at MWC 2011
The ViewSonic ViewPad 4 was first announced at CES last month. Now, at the first day of MWC, the folks over at Engadget were able to get their hands on a working model of the ViewPad.
From the looks of the video, it seems to be a pretty solid phone with an overall classy look to it with the glass and aluminum finish. To recap the specs, it has a 4.1 inch capacitive screen, 512 MB of RAM, a 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, 5 MP rear camera with 720p recording, VGA front facing camera, HDMI output, and what looks to be a stock version of Android (currently 2.2, but supposedly will have 2.3 when launched). Let’s hope it stays relatively untouched.
We’re thinking this isn’t coming to the US as of now, but let’s hope that changes in the near future.
Check below for pictures, and the hands-on video is here.
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