ViewSonic at MWC 2011: V350 phone & ViewPad 10 Pro tablet launch

We’ve already spoken of some of the things we expect to see at MWC (Mobile World Congress), starting next week and it looks as though there’s a myriad of delights on the way with more leaks coming every day. We already heard at CES 2011 about the ViewSonic ViewPad 4 but it seems there’s more to be revealed shortly about a new smartphone and tablets.

First up we have news of a new ViewSonic smartphone detailed by Darren Murph over on Engadget. The V350, which supports two SIM cards enabling people to use different operators in different locations, ideal for people who travel a lot. The dual-SIM phone also has a 3.5-inch HVGA capacitive touchscreen. Backing that up is Android 2.2, a 5-megapixel camera, WiFi, Bluetooth and a microSD card slot. No doubt we’ll hear more about this at MWC 2011.

Moving on to tablets, there’s a ViewPad 10s 3G, which brings 3G functionality to the ViewPad 10s revealed at CES. Rather more interesting is the ViewPad 10 Pro which as you might expect from the title is targeted at the professional, or as Viewsonic put it “the prosumer market.” This is a 10-inch tablet which cleverly allows users to use either Windows 7 Professional or Android 2.2 thanks to its dual-boot functionality. It will also bring Intel’s Oak Trail processor into play and comes with 1024 x 600 capacitive touchscreen, 3G, WiFi and Bluetooth.

No information has been given yet about pricing and release but at MWC 2011 we’re bound to hear more. If you want to find out much more about MWC 2011 in Barcelona which runs from February 14 to 17 then check out the website here. What are your thoughts on these upcoming ViewSonic devices? Let us know with your comments please.