Sony Ericsson Vivaz2 (Hallon) – Review
January 20th, 2011 by Dipak Sarda


Sony Ericsson in serious efforts to do a image makeover, has invested a lot of efforts in building successor to its successful Sony Ericsson Vivaz. This new handset is known as Sony Ericsson Viva2, which is also known as Sony Ericsson Hallon. This is definitely one of the skillful devices crafted carefully by Sony Ericsson.

This stunning Smartphone is interfaced through a touch screen, which is slightly heavier than its predecessor, but superior in quality when compared to Samsung Vivaz. This high quality screen comes with as high resolution as 580X854 pixels and built using Sony Bravia engine, Sony’s patented technology, to give super clear clarity.

It is built on latest version of Android mobile operating system, Android 2.3, which is popular as Gingerbread. Instead of MediaScape, Sony Ericsson’s usual music app, this latest handset comes with Android’s default music, video and photo display and sharing applications.

The new kind of Sony Ericsson comes with superior video recording capability up to 720p and is supposed to perform flawlessly. It comes with 8-megapixel camera attached to it with Exmor R sensor, which was successful with Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc. Inside the handset is 1GHz Qualcomm processor coupled with 512 MB RAM, which makes it really faster gadget available.

Packed with all these features, Samsung Ericsson Hallon, is supposed to be available in UK market by April 2011 with price tag of £300.

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