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    Sony Ericsson Vivaz Mobile Phone

    Sony Ericsson Vivaz Mobile PhoneSony Ericsson didn’t intend for a press release to be published on their latest mobile phone, buyt it was up long enough to get details on Sony Ericsson’s latest mobile phone, the Vivaz.

    Sony Ericsson Vivaz Mobile Phone 2The Sony Ericsson Vivaz comes with the Symbian S60 OS, an 8.1 megapixel camera with built in auto focus,geotagging and image stabilization, plus face detection and the ability to capture HD video in 720p. This makes it only the second Symbian phone after the Omnia HD that has HD video recording.

    Sony Ericsson Vivaz Mobile Phone 3On top of that the Sony Ericsson Vivaz features a built in FM radio, A-GPS, WiFi, and TV out, plus a 3.2 inch WVGA screen with a resolution of 640 x 360.

    The Sony Ericsson Vivaz will come in a choice of four colors, Moon Silver, Cosmic Black, Galaxy Blue, and Venus Ruby, and it is expected to go on sale in the US and Europe before March. There are no details as yet on pricing on the Sony Ericsson Vivaz mobile phone, but it is suspected the phone will run somewhere between $670-750. ( courtesy of SEProductBlog)

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