Summary: This time Sony Ericsson came up with a phone that really has much potential to become a bestseller in its segment. Both design and feature wise MT15i has all bells and whistles expected from an Android device. The phone will hit the market during the period (April 2011) when rivals will have similar features, but MT15i will bet on its design, several color options and the reasonable price (€320-350).
Excerpt: Sony Ericsson have a good record when it comes to producing camera phones. The Satio was a good example of how mobile handsets are beginning to cause looks of consternation from the producers of low end cameras and now its predecessor, the Sony Ericsson Vivaz , has cheap camcorders in its sights, too. Sporting an 8 megapixel camera with HD video recording, the Vivaz has a lot going for it in terms of camera power, but how about the rest of it?
Excerpt: The Sony Ericsson Vivaz is the company’s latest touchscreen handset. If you’ve ever used a Sony Ericsson Satio before, you’ll be right at home with the Vivaz. It runs the same operating system and aims to juggle all your tunes and videos in the same way: the main difference is that it drops the screen size and camera resolution, from an absurd 12.1 megapixels down to a still respectable 8.1.
Excerpt: The Sony Ericsson Vivaz is the latest adition to Sony’s family of communication and entertainment devices. ‘Vivaz’ is a Portuguese term that means spirited which certainly has been the force influncing the design of this phone. It looks very lively and attractive. And not just looks Vivaz excels in its specifications too.
Cons: Touchscreen is not easy to use, Data service is not reliable
Excerpt: The stylish new Vivaz was only recently launched here in India. It’s designed to offer mobile camera buffs a value for their money, at least that’s what Sony Ericsson says. The Vivaz has been a much awaited handset but before you go around whipping out your wallet, here’s a closer look at the handset. It should help you make up your mind if this is the right high end camera phone for you.
Summary: The ringtone volume is medium and you can miss a call if the phone is in your pocket, especially in winter. The same can be said about the vibro, which is not powerful enough to be noticed at all times. These drawbacks are predetermined by the model's size. There was no space for a more powerful loudspeaker and better vibro. Unlike Sony Ericsson X10 this model has no problems with the voice reproduction and transfer.
Excerpt: The Sony Ericsson Vivaz is a new mobile phone from Sony that follows on from the Xperia X10 we reviewed recently . The Sony Ericsson Vivaz has an impressive specifications sheet, with a 3.2 inch resistive touchscreen TFT display with a resolution of 360 by 640 pixels.