Sunday, April 4, 2010

Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro Unlocked by stevefranklis

Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro, announced today, adds a QWERTY keyboard to the touch screen offering, delivering a user experience optimised for messaging and entertainment. The full QWERTY keyboard allows consumers to communicate quickly and efficiently via email, SMS or social networking updates. Just like flagship phone Sony Ericsson Vivaz™, announced in January, Sony Ericsson Vivaz™ pro allows consumers to produce and broadcast their best experiences in HD video. The open platform also allows users to personalise their entertainment experience by downloading great applications through PlayNow™ and the Symbian Developer Community. "Having announced Sony Ericsson Vivaz™ in January we are now adding a sister phone that includes a QWERTY keyboard along with the touch screen for a superior messaging and entertainment experience," said Daniel Sandblom Marketing Business Manager, Sony Ericsson. "Sony Ericsson Vivaz™ pro meets the increased consumer demand for QWERTY devices without compromising on any entertainment features." Sony Ericsson Vivaz™ pro features the new design philosophy 'human curvature', which will become a consistent feature of the Sony Ericsson portfolio going forward. Designed to mirror the shape of the human body, and at the same time delivering a precise and compelling way of interacting with the phone, Sony Ericsson Vivaz™ pro is instantly recognisable. Sony Ericsson are heaping emphasis on media for the Vivaz and Vivaz pro, boasting that they're the company's first smartphones to record 720p HD video. The Vivaz has an 8.1-megapixel sensor; the Vivaz pro had a choice of sacrificing battery capacity or camera resolution to fit in the slide-out QWERTY keyboard, and so to maintain all-day runtimes they dropped the CMOS to 5.1-megapixels. Both get separate still and video capture buttons, and there's one-touch uploading of photos and footage to various online galleries. Like we saw on the Satio, Sony Ericsson have made some changes to incorporate social networking into the galleries, and Facebook photosets are included with local shots. You can also call up Facebook comments directly over the image, and reply directly; the slide-out QWERTY does make that easier.

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