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Overall Expert Rating (3 Out of 5 based on 3 ratings)
The number of people with two phones in the UK is quite significant. When you factor in business users, drug dealers and people who are having affairs, it`s probably a decent chunk of the market. Those people would all benefit from having a phone with two SIM cards slots. So enter the ViewSonic V350. It offers support for two 3G SIMs in one, normalish-sized handset. It runs Android 2.2 and so has access to a multitude of apps and access to a...
Pros: Dual-SIM is useful and works well, great sound quality, cheap
Cons: Poor display, dual-SIM reduces battery life, a little slow
Verdict: 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...
ViewSonic has done something rather special with its Â£245 V350. Weâ€™re not talking about the fact that it runs Android, obviously. That is to be found in so many smartphones these days that it passes by almost unremarked. Nor are we talking about the â€˜3Dâ€™ interface which isnâ€™t actually 3D in an LG Optimus 3D or HTC Evo 3D kind of way and which weâ€™ll come to later. Nope, weâ€™re talking about the fact that ...
Pros: Supports two SIMs at once, Neat carousel based Ã¢Â€Â˜3DÃ¢Â€Â™ skin, Comes with a 2GB microSD card
Cons: No Flash support, Build unappealing, No camera flash
Verdict: The ViewSonic V350 sits in the middle of the price spectrum and its dual SIM support may attract many potential owners. There are some drawbacks, but this is a fairly capable smartphone...
The ViewSonic V350 runs two SIM cards at once, which could prove really useful. We`re hoping this feature is well implemented and easy to use on the phone itself, and also that a rather weak processor doesn`t drag the phone down....
Pros: Uses two SIM cards at the same time ; Android 2.2
Cons: Build quality could prove slightly shoddy ; Not a very powerful processor
Verdict: All things considered, the ViewSonic V350 could prove to be a handy little mobile if you need two SIM cards. We`re hoping that with more testing the phone proves easy to use, and the slightly weak processor doesn`t slow the phone down too much. Stay....
Dual-SIM phones are a bit of a rare sight these days, and it`s ashame really that there aren`t more of them. For people who useseparate phones for work and play they save the bother of carryingtwo handsets. If you travel abroad regularly, you can......
Pros: Carries two SIM cards simultaneously, low initial price, doeswhat it says on the tin
Cons: Slow processor, touchscreen not very sensitive, old version ofAndroid
Verdict: It`s great to see a dual-SIM smartphone available, but thereshould be more of them. This one just about qualifies as a budgetmodel, and if you can put up with its slow processor and iffy touchscreen, it`ll save you a lot of space in your pockets....
Overall User Rating (3.5 Out of 5 based on 2 ratings)
Best Features: Dual sim Active
Pros: Dual Sim Anrdoid
Cons: No Flash
Overall: Good Specification if the rate below Rs.8000 but only disadvantage is flash light not available..I am waiting for the release.. kindly inform if released in market
Pros: looks,dual sim
Cons: software, speed
Overall: need more speed