Vizio made a splash with the first Tegra 4 tablet, but the company also brought two stock Android mobiles to CES - a 5" 1080p phablet and a 4.7" 720p phone. The smaller device is also a dual-SIM phone. This is quite rare unless we're talking about a China-bound phone, which unfortunately we are.
Both devices use laminated screens to reduce glare and pack dual-core processors. The 5" Vizio phablet is powered by a dual-core Krait CPU clocked at 1.5GHz with 2GB of RAM, while the 4.7" phone relies on a MediaTek chipset with 1GB of RAM.
The phone has a unibody design and its card slots (two SIM card slots and a microSD card slot) are hidden at the bottom of the device.
Both devices are headed to China initially, though they support AT&T 3G frequencies (no LTE though), so depending on their performance overseas, Vizio might bring them home to the US.