[AI] Sony Ericsson launched new phone, the Vivaz, runs on the Symbian S60 5th edition operating system. will talks provide support in future?

Vetrivel Adhimoolam vadhimoolam at gmail.com
Fri Apr 16 01:36:52 EDT 2010

The trouble is though, they all are gradually transitioning to the touch screen and let us be realistic: it is always the best thing for us to have keys to feel around and it is being overlooked by major forces on the market.



Produced in my Nokia N82 via T-Mobile internet using "Talks", a screen reader for S60 phones.

-original message-
Subject: [AI] Sony Ericsson launched new phone, the Vivaz,	runs on the Symbian S60 5th edition operating system. will talks	provide support in future?
From: "Vishnu Ramchandani" <vishnu.ramchandani at mphasis.com>
Date: 04/16/2010 1:09 AM

Sony Ericsson Vivaz (review)

Sony Ericsson launches its latest handset - Vivaz

 By Mihir Patkar

In a world dominated by Android, iPhone OS and Windows Mobile, it's nice
to see someone bucking the trend. Sony Ericsson's new phone, the Vivaz,
runs on the Symbian S60 5th edition operating system that a lot of Nokia
phones sport; only Sony has thrown in a few tricks of its own to
customise it further.

Powered by a 720MHz processor, the Vivaz has a 3.2-inch resistive
touchscreen that displays 16 million colours at a resolution of 320x620
pixels - and it's all bright and clear thanks to the built-in PoweVR SGX
graphics engine. There's an accelerometer for auto-rotation, handwriting
recognition, and turn-to-mute functionality.

The camera is the big attraction of this handset as Sony has thrown in
an 8-megapixel CMOS sensor, complete with autofocus, LED flash, touch
focus, geo-tagging, face and smile detection. And the best part is that
it can record 720p high-definition video with continuous autofocus, and
comes with video light functionality for illuminating dark shots. What's
more, all of the videos and pictures you shoot and store on microSD card
(up to 16GB) can be viewed directly on a TV screen thanks to the TV-out

There's enough multimedia support onboard here as the device has the
ability to play back all kinds of audio and video formats, but no DivX.
Stereo FM radio is available for those who prefer their tunes over the
air, and there's also a handy 3.5mm audio jack to plug in your own

The phone comes preloaded with apps for YouTube, Facebook, Twitter,
Picasa, Google Maps (with GPS and A-GPS), QuickOffice document reader,
etc. Other features include 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth with A2DP, gesture
control, and 13 hours of talk-time on a single charge of the battery.

The Sony Ericsson Vivaz is now available in India for Rs. 25,695.


Information transmitted by this e-mail is proprietary to MphasiS, its associated companies and/ or its customers and is intended 
for use only by the individual or entity to which it is addressed, and may contain information that is privileged, confidential or 
exempt from disclosure under applicable law. If you are not the intended recipient or it appears that this mail has been forwarded 
to you without proper authority, you are notified that any use or dissemination of this information in any manner is strictly 
prohibited. In such cases, please notify us immediately at mailmaster at mphasis.com and delete this mail from your records.

To unsubscribe send a message to accessindia-request at accessindia.org.in with the subject unsubscribe.

To change your subscription to digest mode or make any other changes, please visit the list home page at

More information about the AccessIndia mailing list