Symbian phones are not very big in the US, but maybe the Sony Ericsson Vivaz can win a few customers over – the 8MP cameraphone with 720p video capture powers is headed to AT&T…
This isn’t official yet, but the AT&T logos on the Sony Ericsson Vivaz in the FCC documents are pretty definitive. The manual also shows that it will come with the standard assortment of AT&T apps – Navigator, Maps, Radio and so on.
What the FCC documents don’t reveal, however, is anything about a launch date or a price. We’ll have to wait for an official announcement from AT&T to find that out.
If the Sony Ericsson Vivaz sales package is left unchanged, that means an 8GB microSD card in the box – plenty of room for those 720p videos. The Symbian S60 5th edition (a.k.a. Symbian^1) OS might not be to everyone’s liking, but the 3.2” nHD screen, 720MHz processor along with HSPA-enabled 3G and Wi-Fi with DLNA are pretty good arguments in favor of the Vivaz.
I wonder if AT&T will also carry the QWERTY-wielding Sony Ericsson Vivaz pro – that one will make heavy-texting US teens and tweens quite happy, won’t it?
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