Sony Ericsson reveals 8.1-megapixel camera phone
22 January 2010 — 5:50 PM
Consumers could be tempted to recycle their old mobile for money to put towards the purchase of a handset with an 8.1-megapixel camera.
The Vivaz is the latest release in the Sony Ericsson portfolio and is the second in its new range of communication entertainment handsets.
Lennard Hoornik, head of marketing at Sony Ericsson, said: "With Sony Ericsson Vivaz, we have created a mobile phone that makes it easy to catch life in high quality video and upload that self expression on to the web to share with the world."
Users can view video content on the phone's 3.2-inch screen and film high-definition videos which allow customers to film footage with continuous auto focus.
Footage can be uploaded to YouTube in high resolution directly from the handset.
Sony Ericsson recently announced the release of the Sony Ericsson Elm and the Sony Ericsson Hazel which have a number of features designed to protect the environment, including a green calculator.
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