We can’t profess to knowing much about the new Sony Ericsson MT15i (also currently known as the Vivaz 2) but that doesn’t mean enterprising smartphone god Eldar Murtazin isn’t able to get his hands on the device and allow one of his colleagues to give it a complete review.
The MT15i looks to be another unconfirmed Sony Ericsson handset that fits into desirable and high-powered category. The device is likely to place itself the mid-range Android smartphone market, providing excellent company to the much-publicised Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc and the soon-to-be-announced Xperia Play (or we all know it, the PlayStation Phone).
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The device itself has a 854 x 480 resolution “Reality Display” screen, technology that takes the game to Samsung with its AMOLED screens and Apple’s Retina Display, 1GHz Qualcomm MSM7630 with Adreno 205 graphics, 512MB RAM, as well as a 1500mAh battery.
The MT15i is going to be Gingerbread powered, providing the latest Google smartphone advances inside its operating system.
The device looks set for a Mobile World Congress unveiling (what phone isn’t at the moment?) and has been given a tentative April 2011 release date. The MT15i has been labelled with a €350 price tag although we are going to wait on official confirmation before reading any further into the finer details.
The full review can be found here.