ViewSonic ViewPad 4
At Mobile World Congress, we've seen plenty of smart phones and numerous tablets. Those crazy guys at ViewSonic decided it was all getting a bit too clear-cut and decided to release the ViewPad 4, which seems like a cross between both types of device.
The exact pricing and release date of the ViewPad 4 haven't been announced yet, but we expect this device will be relatively cheap.
Update: This article originally stated that the phone would run Android 2.4 Gingerbread. Google has subsequently confirmed that the correct name for this software version is.
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