Spotify on the go could encourage consumers to sell an old mobile

16 March 2010 — 4:00 PM

Sony Ericsson could encourage people to sell an old mobile.

Music fans could soon be tempted to sell an old mobile phone in order to upgrade to a new handset that could allow them access to around six million songs while on the move.

The Sony Ericsson Vivaz will come pre-loaded with the Spotify for Symbian application, providing music fans with a huge range of tunes at their fingertips.

Another feature of the device is an eight megapixel camera with high-definition video recording, making it easier to share pictures and videos with friends via social networking sites.

Head of branded devices for 3UK Sylvia Chind said the Sony Ericsson Vivaz is all about communicating experiences "whether you are using the integrated social networking applications like Facebook and Twitter, uploading to YouTube or sharing playlists with our exclusive Spotify deal".

She added that because the mobile network is designed and built with mobile internet in mind, customers are able to achieve the best experience possible from smartphones such as the Sony Ericsson Vivaz.

It has recently been rumoured that Sony Ericsson is working on a Playstation phone.

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