VIZIO VP800 is a one of phone coming. With 5-Inch touch screen, it offer a different of Android Smartphone. It has 9.1mm Thickness with Google Play Store.
VIZIO VP800 Features- 5.0-inch 1920 x 1080px IPS capacitive touch screen
- MSM8260A Dual Core CPU 1.5Ghz
- 2GB RAM + 32GB ROM; Android 4.1 Operating System
- Dual Cameras Front 2.0MP Back 8.0MP +LED Light
- Built-in 3G WCDMA / GSM / Micro SIM / GPS / WiFi / Bluetooth / OTG
About VIZIO Company
Vizio is an American privately held producer of consumer electronics, based in Irvine, California, USA. It was founded in October 2002 as V Inc. and is best known as a producer of affordable flat screen televisions.
In March 2007 VIZIO moved to Irvine, CA having outgrown its facility in Costa Mesa. Home to 85 employees, the new building is significantly larger with an expanded customer service, engineering and design center. In their first year of business they grossed $2 million dollars, which was outstanding for a new brand of TVs with no track record. The sales for 2007 were $1.69 Billion representing the sale of close to 3 million units. 2008 sales will net the brand over $2 billion with unit sales of approx. 3.6 million.
At CES 2009 the brand announced some 40 TVs, has added AV products such as Sound Bars and Blu-ray players plus a line a accessories for their TVs. Looking forward to the next evolution of the TV, VIZIO announced their wireless Internet Connected HDTV with the industry’s broadest mix of content partners including; Netflix, Blockbuster, Yahoo Widgets, Rhapsody music and Flickr photos to name a few. VIZIO’s high performance XVT line TVs with wireless connection to their platform will begin appearing in the fall of 2009.
Vizio also produces other audio/video equipment such as High Definition Surround Sound systems, LCD computer monitors and HDTV accessories. The company released its first Blu-ray Disc player in August 2009. In 2011 Vizio extended its portfolio of electronics devices to mobile phones, with the name Via Phone, and tablets, named Via Tablet. The new phones and tablets were shown at 2011 Consumer Electronics Show.
Vizio unveiled a new range of televisions including Vizio's M and R line with 65" screens; ultra-wide televisions with 50", 58", and 71" screen sizes; two all-in-one desktop computers (24" and 27"); three notebooks (one 14" and two 15"); and a 10" tablet at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show.