AT&T will be selling the video-centric Sony Ericsson Vivaz starting September 5th

AT&T will be selling the video-centric Sony Ericsson Vivaz starting September 5th
AT&T announced that the carrier will be exclusively offering the Sony Ericsson Vivaz smartphone, starting September the 5th. The price is set to $79.99 on a two-year contract after a $50 mail-in rebate.

The phone's most notable feature is the ability to shoot 720p HD video with its 8MP camera. The video capture sports continuous autofocus, meaning that the focus moves dynamically to the object front and center of the device. Other than that, the handset is running Symbian^1, and has a 3.2" resistive display with 360x640 pixels of resolution. The Sony Ericsson Vivaz will have AT&T Navigator as a GPS software, Vlingo voice recognition, and the AT&T Social Net app for easy access to Facebook, MySpace and Twitter.

The usual $36 activation fee and up to $325 ETF apply for the Vivaz smartphone plans. It will be offered in Galaxy Blue or, for a limited time online, in Venus Ruby colors.

If you want to see video capture samples of the Sony Ericsson Vivaz, click the link to our full review of the handset below.

Sony Ericsson Vivaz Specifications | Review

source: AT&T

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2 Comments

1. baldilocks

Posts: 1542; Member since: Dec 14, 2008

Really don't this should be considered a smartphone when the N75 was not and it also ran S60.

2. DontHateOnS60

Posts: 872; Member since: Apr 20, 2009

Ignorance was bliss with the N75 when it was on AT&T. They never considered anything to be a smartphone unless it had a full QWERTY. Idiots... Although because of that they did help keep me on the contract I have now which allows me to use all my Nokia smartphones without paying the price of a smartphone plan. Love it. Still want to know what the difference in service is between the two though.

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