MWC 2010: Vivaz Pro unveiled by Sony Ericsson

The recently announced Vivaz handset now has a QWERTY based sibling in the form of the Vivaz Pro.

Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro

Sony Ericsson has followed up last month's launch of the HD-focused Vivaz handset by unveiling the Vivaz Pro.

The younger sibling, which will be available in the coming months in either black or white, boasts a 3.2in (16:9 wide screen) touch screen and a full, slide-out QWERTY keyboard to ensure both messaging and multimedia cravings are satisfied.

Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro

"Having announced Sony Ericsson Vivaz in January we are now adding a sister phone that includes a QWERTY keyboard along with the touch screen for a superior messaging and entertainment experience," said Daniel Sandblom, Sony Ericsson's marketing business manager, in a statement ahead of the first day of Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona.

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"Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro meets the increased consumer demand for QWERTY devices without compromising on any entertainment features."

Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro

The new handset features a slick design, which is based on Sony's human curvature' philosophy.

Read on for more news from Mobile World Congress 2010.

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