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Sony Ericsson Vivaz HD: One-touch Twitter and Facebook

The new Sony Ericsson Visas HD looks set to be a very special phone, as it will be able to capture movies in 1080×720 resolution High Definition quality. The camera is not too shabby either, offering 8.1-megapixels; 4x optical zoom along with face and smile recognition.

The upcoming handset also features built-in GPS, this means that you will be able to geotag your photo, so you always know where you was when you took a picture. The 3.2-inch screen is not the largest for a handset, but will be more than adequate.

The cell phone comes with a 8GB microsSD card, and will support up to 32GB. Other features include an MP3 Player, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, and Sony Ericsson’s PlayNow service. This will allow users to download games, wallpaper and music tracks.

For those of you who love social media, then you will like the one-touch access to both Facebook and Twitter. Although the Sony Ericsson Vivaz is not the most feature rich cell phone, it is one of the better looking, which you can see by visiting PC Advisor. The handset shares many of the styling features as the upcoming .Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10, watch a video demo of the handset.

The handset will come in a choice of four colors, black, blue, ruby and silver and goes on sale some time in the spring.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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