The all new Sony Ericsson Vivaz is finally here.  Considered to be a step ahead of Sony Ericsson Xperia, Vivaz is the second offering from Sony Ericsson in its family of high end communication entertainment phones.

Sony Ericsson Vivaz comes with robust Symbian operating system. The most striking feature of this mobile is its HD video recording capabilities which offers videos with quality that could match those with videos from digital video recorders.  Vivaz is no exception to the latest trend in mobile shapes. It is slender, sleek and curvy. Its HD 720p video recording capabilities come with continuous auto focus, meaning users can be rest assured of high quality videos and pics even when they are driving.


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At Mobile World Congress, Sony Ericsson have officially announced the Vivaz and the X10 Mini. Not only that but, they announced the Pro models of the handsets. The Vivaz Pro and X10 Mini Pro will both feature a slide out qwerty keyboard on top of the specs found on the Vivaz and X10 Mini.

The Vivaz will feature a 3.2 inch touch screen display, 8 megapixel camera and run on S60 5th edition. Connectivity wise it will feature Wi-Fi, GPS and HSPA. Also, the Vivaz will come with a 3.5mm headphone jack, allowing you to use your own headphones. Available in black and white, it should be released in Q2 2010.


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The Sony Ericsson Kuraru was expected to be announced at MWC next month but an accidental leak (which has now been removed) gives us more details on the handset, ahead of time. The phone will be launched as Vivaz and feature the same specs as revealed last time. That includes an 8.1 megapixel camera, 3.2 inch touch screen and Symbian 60 5th Edition. The handset is due to be released in April in the UK and Asia following later. It’ll retail for around $670 to $750 and be available in four colors, Cosmic Black, Moon Silver, Galaxy Blue or Venus Ruby.


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