Viewsonic 7x bringing the 7-inch Honeycomb in June

May 11, 2011

Google IO may have seen its fair share of new devices, but it's not the only new Android hardware due this month. Viewsonic is apparently readying a new Honeycomb tablet, the Viewsonic 7x, and according to Pocket-lint it slots in at the smaller end of the spectrum with a 7-inch display.

Inside there's NVIDIA's dual-core Tegra 2 processor paired with HSPA+ connectivity, an HDMI output and twin cameras: one up front for video calls, and one on the back for photography. We've spied what looks to be a rear LED flash in the patterned back panel, too.

DLNA and a 380g weight round out the key specs, and according to the sources the Viewsonic 7x will slot in above - but not replace - the existing Viewsonic 7. It'll get its official launch at Computex 2011 at the end of May, and then arrive on store shelves shortly after, in June; no confirmed pricing at this stage.

[via Android Community]

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