Sony Ericsson has just announced the Vivaz cameraphone, previously known as Kurara and following the design line of the XPERIA X10. Supposed to hit the stores in Q1 2010, the handset has the 8 megapixel camera with 720p HD video recording as main selling point.


There’s also a 3.2 inch nHD widesscreen touch display on board, plus social networking features (Facebook, Twitter and more), handwriting recognition, a sound recorder, Symbian OS and 3D games. As far as the 8 megapixel camera is concerned, it comes with 4x digital zoom, autofocus, face detection, an image stabiliser, touch capture and video light.

Among the specs you’ll also find FM radio, Java, video streaming, YouTube, A-GPS, Google Maps, a 3.5mm audio jack, Bluetooth, TV out, WiFi and PictBridge printing. In the box with Vivaz you’ll find a HPM-60J stereo portable handsfree, an 8GB microSD card and a battery that lasts up to 13 hours in GSM/GPRS talk mode.

Symbian OS 5th Edition runs on this cameraphone with the aid of a 720 MHz processor and there’s also a 75MB internal memory on board, if you’re interested.

[via Sony Ericsson]

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