Sony Ericsson Vivaz Mobile Phone

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If you are looking for a mobile phone that’s trendy, slim and light to carry, you may just want to go for something like the Sony Ericsson Vivaz mobile phone. Vivaz is only 98g, but if you think that it’s going to slip from your hands easily because of its size, think again. Vivaz is creatively designed in a way that the edges are curved. This is to specifically keep the phone from falling off your palms. Available in dark blue, sophisticated black, berry red, and metallic silver, the phone is a sure head-turner. In addition, text and images appear vibrant and realistic on the 3.2 inch 16 million colour TFT HD touchscreen.

Owning a mobile phone, however, should not be all about outward appearances. It’s rather unfortunate, but the Vivaz design, is not without flaws. In fact, the built-in camera is kind of displaced. You’d have to be very careful when holding your phone otherwise you can unintentionally take pictures of your fingers. The cover for the battery does not secure the battery well, so there’s a good chance of it slipping off. Moreover, Vivaz still runs on Symbian S60, an operating system that is not known to be user-friendly at all, besides being slow.

Never mind the fact that Vivaz’s built-in camera is not appropriately placed, you would be pleased to know that it comes with an 8.1 megapixel rating, as well as many other great features, including flash and autofocus features, up to 4x digital zoom, and an image stabilizer. Equipped with video lights, the camera offers you the option to take videos and stream them.

A lot of people are very particular of the sound quality of the phone, and fortunately, it something that Vivaz can boast of. You wouldn’t mind listening to music on the phone’s media player, FM radio, Bluetooth stereo A2DP or MP3 at all. What’s more, the headphone jack it comes with is 3.5 mm, meaning it can be used with any kind of headphone.

As to connectivity options, Vivaz offers Bluetooth and wi-fi, as we all 3G HSDPA, HSUPA, A2DP, and EDGE. Its GPS navigation features can very well guide you on your road trips. Readily access Google maps and Google search, and even Facebook and YouTube with your hi-tech Vivaz.

Being a touchscreen phone does have some disadvantages. In the case of Vivaz, touchscreen technology does not enable one to send text messages or instant messages with ease.

You would probably not mind that Vivaz only has 75 megabytes of memory and another 16 GB on a microSD memory card if you are just going to use the phone for communication purposes. However, with just 13 hours of talk time and 430 hours standby time, you would surely be needing your charger often so it would be wise to keep it by your side at all times. 


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