Sony Ericsson Vivaz: Not An Android But Symbian On Steroid
Sony Ericsson it seems to have realized that to sell a phone it must include three things namely a walkman, cybershot and now navigator. The company has announced its latest smartphone Vivaz which unlike Xperia X10 is running on Symbian OS.
Sony Ericsson Vivaz has all the components listed above to make it a complete smartphone which includes:
Camera: A high def 8.1 megapixel camera capable of capturing high def videos at 720p. A new video key that enables shooting of high def videos quickly with continuous auto focus.
Multimedia: The Sony Ericsson Vivaz boasts improved 3D graphics with support for OpenGL ES 1.1 and 2.0. The Vivaz features a TV-out for showing video on an HDTV, YouTube compatibility, aGPS, and Wi-Fi. As usual Sony Ericsson Vivaz will include an MP3 player and access to Sony Ericsson’s PlayNow service to download paid-for music tracks, mobile games and wallpapers.
Navigation: Sony Ericsson’s WisePilot software will come preloaded on the Vivaz which means it will have turn-by-turn navigation as well as Google Maps.
Business/Social Networking: Vivaz users can easily check Microsoft Office documents on the go with Quick Office preinstalled on the handset. Sony Ericsson Vivaz comes with Twitter and Facebook apps written using Flash Lite 3.0, which enables one-touch access to both the social networks.