ViewSonic is not a know manufacturer in the smartphone industry, however the company is slowly trying to get into the market with unique products. A few weeks back we saw the ViewSonic V55, which was reportedly going to be the world’s first smartphone with Iris recognition technology. Now, another smartphone from this company called the ViewSonic ViewPad 69Q has been spotted online with a massive 7-inch display.
Its unusual 7-inch display makes it kind of a smartphone and tablet hybrid. The ViewSonic 69Q is said to come with a 1024 x 600 resolution display. As for the other tech specs, the source reveals a quad core processors clocked at 1.3GHz (possibly MT6582 or MT8382) with 1GB RAM, 8GB inbuilt memory which can be expanded via MicroSD and Android 4. KitKat operating system. It supports WCDMA / GSM dual SIM cards.
The phone has the power and the volume buttons on the right side and comes with a leather back finish. It has a silver and white color scheme, which kind of looks good.
ViewSonic already has the dual-core variant of the phone on its official website for 699 Yuan which comes to just $112. So, this quad-core variant should retail for a bit more, somewhere around $130 when it is officially announced by the company.
Anyways, its massive screen size would be a big let down for many, but for a few, it might just be perfect.