Conclusion: It's great to see a dual-SIM smartphone available, but there should be more of them. This one just about qualifies as a budget model, and if you can put up with its slow processor and iffy touch screen, it'll save you a lot of space in your pockets.
Pros: Carries two SIM cards simultaneously, low initial price, does what it says on the tin
Cons: Slow processor, touchscreen not very sensitive, old version of Android
Conclusion: But overall, we think there's enough here to make this phone a good choice for business or frequent travellers. If you buy a SIM card for a foreign country, you can load it in to this phone, and use data and make phone calls, without losing access to your UK number. That's a boon.
Pros: Dual-SIM is useful and works well, great sound quality, cheap
Cons: Poor display, dual-SIM reduces battery life, a little slow
Viewsonic V350 dual-SIM phone design changed, we go hands-on
30 May 2011
Excerpt: We’ve already had our hands on the dual-SIM touting Viewsonic V350 smartphone back at Mobile World Congress in February, but gosh a lot’s happened since then. Going back to the drawing board, presumably because it wasn’t happy with the first design, Viewsonic has re-designed the smartphone ahead of...
Excerpt: The ViewSonic is a dual-SIM phone designed for people that want two phone numbers in one phone. Before you start to scratch your head as to why you might want this, there are a number of reasons.
Summary: При использовании в столичных сетях (мы применяли Sim МТС и БиЛайн), аппарат работает в среднем сутки в не экстремальном режиме (около 30 минут разговоров, 10-15 sms, несколько проверок почты, легкий серфинг интернета).