spent time with earlier (the only difference is the OS and some tweaked buttons). Both tablets have a Cortex A8 processor chugging away at 1 GHz, front and rear 1.3 / 3 megapixel cams respectively, and support for 3G. They were currently running Froyo but will ultimately ship with Gingerbread. When we mentioned Honeycomb we couldn't exactly get a straight answer, but it's a safe bet that won't happen off the bat and a very vague "3.0 (TBD)" note in the press release doesn't make anything more clear. Check out these twin tablets getting cozy in our gallery shots below.
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Viliv X7 and X10 Android tablets hands-on