Back in February, the FCC approved the Sony Ericsson Vivaz, and we assumed that the smartphone could hit the US via AT&T.
It looks like the launch on AT&T is now confirmed, as the FCC posted an image of the Vivaz with AT&T’s logo on it. There are also references (in the User Guide) to AT&T Navigator, AT&T Maps and AT&T FamilyMap.
The SE Vivaz runs Symbian S60 5th Edition (aka Symbian^1), and even if you’re not too fond of this OS, you should know that the handset comes with an 8.1MP autofocus camera and HD (720p) video recording. Other features include a 360 x 640 pixels scratch-resistant touchscreen display, Wi-Fi, DLNA, GPS, 3.5mm headset jack, Facebook and Twitter integration, 8GB memory card preinstalled, and a 720MHz processor with PowerVR SGX graphics. Oh and the Vivaz doesn’t come with signal reception issues, like some iPhone 4s.
AT&T hasn’t announced anything regarding the Sony Ericsson Vivaz yet. The handset will probably be launched pretty soon, though.
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