Sony Ericsson Vivaz on Vice Capture

19. June 2010 at 08:49

sony-ericsson-vivaz-sideTo check out for the latest vivazzing videos from your HD recording capable Sony Ericsson Vivaz, the Vice Capture is a

Sony Ericsson’s Vivaz vs. The Nokia N97 – Is it all about Megapixels?

29. March 2010 at 07:33

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Many people assume that it is all about megapixels, and that the more megapixels a camera or phone features, the better images it will produce. If you take a look at advertisements for example, you will see that the number of megapixels a device features, is pushed intensively. However, in this review, we can demonstrate that this may not necessarily be the case. We took a closer look at Sony Ericsson’s newest Symbian based camera-monster – the Vivaz. This neat little baby packs an 8 megapixel camera into its sleek housing. Moreover, it records videos in 720p HD quality. So to compare the image quality and highlight the insignificance of the megapixels, we used the Nokia N97 and its 5 megapixel camera. Guessed which image was taken by the Vivas yet? Let’s take a look.

Sony Ericsson Vivaz and Satio receive equalizer application

17. March 2010 at 21:32

The official Sony Ericsson Blog brought us news that there is finally a way to enable a equalizer on the Sony Ericsson Vivaz and the Satio.

For most markets there is now an free application called “Equalizer” available on PlayNow in the music category under applications. This equalizer will give you the following different options: Off, Classical, Jazz, Dance, Party, Pop, Rock, Spoken Word, Loudness, Mega Bass and Treble Boost.

There are two important notes though: First of all this application needs the latest update to work on Satio and also since it’s a separate application it needs to be started separately when you want to start using it i.e. it’s not included under options in e.g. the music player. When an equalizer setting has been chosen it should stay even if the application is closed or the phone rebooted.

Unfortunately, this application is not deeply integrated into the music player but a standalone application.

Freeware Download: Official Formula 1 Application

15. March 2010 at 19:33

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For all you Formula1 fans I’ve found the official Formula1 application. This application displays information supplied to the teams from every session of the Grand Prix weekend. Thus you always have the latest results, stats and all information you need. Point your browser either to mobile.formula1.com/download to download this freeware application or download it straight on SymbianWorld. This application works on all S60 devices like the Nokia N97, X6, N95, E90 or the Sony Ericsson Satio.

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S60 3rd Edition Download (N95, E72, E71)

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Stuff Magazine Review The Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro

27. February 2010 at 04:28

Stuff Magazine Review The Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro

The guys over at Stuff Magazine have got their hands on the Sony Ericsson Vivas and Vivas Pro. The Vivaz Pro is the QWERTY keyboard version of the Vivaz and it still retains all the features of its sibling, barring a few key differences. The Vivas has an 8.1MP camera whereas the Vivaz Pro packs in 5.1MPs and therefore a smaller sensor to make way for it’s slide out keyboard. The Vivaz Pro is also 2mm thicker, but the best part however, is they both pack 720p HD video mode, putting it up against the likes of Samsung’s i8910 HD. Julian Whitehorn gives a quick overview of the Vivas Pro in his hands-on demo after the break.