Vivaz revealed by Sony Ericsson
23 February 2010 — 7:35 PM
Sony Ericsson's Vivaz could be one option for users considering recycling their old mobile phone for cash.
The mobile operator has announced that the handset is now available for pre-order from its website.
Features of the handset - an S60 device - include a 3.2-inch touchscreen and an 8.1-megapixel camera.
Bluetooth, WiFi, A-GPS and an 8GB microSD card could also persuade people to upgrade.
Music fans may also be pleased as they are provided with the option of using their own headphones thanks to a 3.5mm jack.
Users will be able to get the handset for free on a 24-month Vodafone contract at £30 per month - this will provide them with unlimited texts, mobile internet access and 600 voice minutes.
The Vivaz is available for pre-order via Vodafone's website in silver or red and should arrive on March 9th.
It has recently been reported that Vodafone and Qik have signed a deal that will see the carrier make the video service available.
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