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.
Vizio is not chinese brand it is american brand, there phones will headed first in china before other countrys.
will it be on the sprint network
but ipad mini is already dead!