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T630/T628
White Paper
T630/T628
Preface
Purpose of this document
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The Sony Ericsson T630/T628 White Paper is
designed to give the reader a deeper technical
understanding of how the phones are designed,
and of how they interact with other media. This
document will make it easier to integrate the T630/
T628 with the IT and communications solutions of
a company or organization.
IT Professionals
Software developers
Support engineers
Business decision-makers
More information, useful for product, service and
application developers, is published on SonyEricsson Developer World, which contains up-to-date
information about tecnologies, products and tools.
People who can benefit from this document
include:
• Corporate buyers
This document is published by Sony Ericsson
Mobile Communications AB, without any
warranty*. Improvements and changes to this text
necessitated by typographical errors, inaccuracies
of current information or improvements to
programs and/or equipment, may be made by
Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB at any
time and without notice. Such changes will,
however, be incorporated into new editions of this
document are to be regarded as temporary
reference copies only.
This White Paper is published by:
Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB, SE221 88 Lund, Sweden
Phone:+46 46 19 40 00
Fax: +46 46 19 41 00
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2003. All rights reserved. You are hereby granted
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*All implied warranties, including without limitation
the implied warranties of merchantability or fitness
for a particular purpose, are excluded. In no event
shall Sony Ericsson or its licensors be liable for
incidental or consequential damages of any
nature, including but not limited to lost profits or
commercial lost, arising out of the use of the
information in this document.
First edition (October 2003)
Publication number EN/LZT 108 6815
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Contents
Purpose of this document .....................................................................................2
Key functions and features .......................................................................................6
My friends ..............................................................................................................6
Sony Top 10’ .........................................................................................................7
QuickShare TM ......................................................................................................8
Built-in camera ......................................................................................................8
Display ...................................................................................................................9
New and innovative user interface ........................................................................9
Pictures ................................................................................................................11
Multimedia in T630/T628 .....................................................................................11
MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) ................................................................12
MMS objects .......................................................................................................13
Benefits ................................................................................................................14
EMS (Enhanced Messaging Service) ...................................................................15
Messaging using EMS .........................................................................................16
Java .....................................................................................................................18
Games .................................................................................................................19
MIDI - Musical Instrument Digital Interface .........................................................21
A fun, personalization, music application – Music DJ. ........................................22
Polyphonic ring signals ........................................................................................22
Bluetooth™ wireless technology .........................................................................23
Using Bluetooth wireless technology in the T630/T628 ......................................24
Synchronize calendar and phone book ...............................................................24
SyncML, an open standard for remote synchronization in the T630/T628 .........24
Local synchronization ..........................................................................................27
WAP services .......................................................................................................28
Bearer type characteristics ..................................................................................30
Gateway characteristics ......................................................................................30
Security using the WAP .......................................................................................31
Configuration of WAP settings ............................................................................31
Push services .......................................................................................................32
cHTML support ....................................................................................................32
Mobile Internet .....................................................................................................33
Data connections .................................................................................................33
Mobile positioning ...............................................................................................33
General Packet Radio Services ...........................................................................33
Using GPRS in the T630/T628 .............................................................................34
Modem and AT commands .................................................................................35
GSM data communication ...................................................................................35
AT commands support ........................................................................................36
Online Developer Resources ...............................................................................36
Sony Ericsson Developer Support .......................................................................37
Infrared transceiver ..............................................................................................37
Connection via infrared ........................................................................................37
Chinese versions .................................................................................................38
Network-dependent features ...............................................................................44
SIM application toolkit .........................................................................................45
SIM AT services supported by the T630/T628 ....................................................46
User interaction with SIM AT ...............................................................................49
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Security and M-commerce technical data ..........................................................50
Terminology and abbreviations ...........................................................................50
Related information .............................................................................................53
Technical specifications ..........................................................................................54
General technical data .........................................................................................55
Exterior description ..............................................................................................55
Ambient temperatures .........................................................................................56
Supported Man-Machine Interface (MMI) languages ..........................................56
Current consumption, talk and standby times ....................................................57
Speech coding .....................................................................................................57
Cell broadcast service .........................................................................................57
Short message service ........................................................................................59
Enhanced message service .................................................................................61
Multimedia message service ...............................................................................63
Bluetooth technical data ......................................................................................65
Performance and technical characteristics .........................................................65
Tone and percussion maps in the T630/T628 .....................................................66
Percussion map ...................................................................................................69
WAP browser technical data ...............................................................................70
WAP Operator technical data ..............................................................................72
GPRS technical data ...........................................................................................76
Built-in GSM data modem technical data ...........................................................79
E-mail client technical data .................................................................................79
USSD technical data ...........................................................................................81
Image format technical data ................................................................................81
Images – downloading to phone .........................................................................81
SyncML technical data ........................................................................................83
Infrared transceiver technical data ......................................................................83
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T630/T628 Product
overview
Featuring a large TFT colour display with 65,536
colours, it offers the viewer sharp, detailed images
in rich, natural colours. The built-in camera makes
taking a picture quick and easy and automatically
shows the subject in the display. Pictures can then
be used as wallpapers, in multimedia messages
and in the phone book.
T630/T628 is an innovative and easy to use highend mobile phone. It offers complete imaging and
messaging capabilities that allow both family and
friends to capture, share and preserve those special moments.
Designed with the professional user in mind, T630/
T628’s powerful efficiency makes it an ideal tool in
the professional work place.
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Key functions and features
My friends
You can present similar information about your own
availability and status.
Sony Ericsson’s new application - My friends- enables an enhanced messaging facility that enables
you to quickly access a list of contacts and quickly
choose the mode of communication you wish to
reach them by, such as SMS, MMS, e-mail, or chat.
You have access to chatrooms, and can form wireless communities of business associates or contacts.
The existing messaging facility in mobile phones
can be improved to give users quicker access to
their list of contacts and enable a service that is
more user friendly and provides more options to
the user.
The Main View
You can access the My friends menu by clicking
the desktop icon.
The icon in the status bar indicates the online status of the chosen friend in the list, and indicates
new, unread messages if any.
The utility of My friends is also enhanced by the
addition of a service that will keep track of the
online status and availability of your chat partners
or contacts; and notify you of changes to their status or availability.
The My friends application merges the Phonebook
and messaging functionalities that we commonly
find in phones. At a click you can access your list of
My friends, and with another click you can choose
how you want to communicate with them - via
SMS, EMS, MMS, or other modes.
The application also enables you to view the ‘presence’, or availability of the contacts in My friends.
You can easily and quickly find out whether they
are on a call, in a meeting, or free to speak to you.
You can then choose how you wish to contact
them.
The most likely action (which is context dependent)
is available on the left softkey.
My friends contains all the information you need
about your contacts.
Additional actions become available to you when
you press the More key.
You can have:
Adding contacts to My friends
You can add a contact from the Phonebook to the
list of My friends; and you can control the position
of the friend in the list. This enables you to have
your list of immediate business or social contacts
at hand, so you can establish easy communication
with them almost instantly.
• a select list of up to 20 people
• their contact information such as phone number, E-mail, chat and mail addresses
• call information - calls to and from them
• presence information - their availability, online
status (on or off), and any text or image they
choose to send you regarding their availability
• message information - with regard to MMS, Email, chat, SMS/EMS, sent or received
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Viewing the status of contacts in My friends
You can view the status of contacts in My friends
before you decide to contact. Click More on the
right side bottom of the My friends list to access
the More menu; and click View status.
Managing My friends
Your list of immediate contacts may change to suit
business demands. You may need to interact with
new sets of persons depending on your current
project or work at hand. Or you may simply want to
alter your list of personal My friends whom you
want to keep in constant touch with.
You can view your contact’s status and decide how
you want to communicate with him or her. You may
want to call or send an SMS, MMS, or e-mail, or
join your friend in a chatroom.
You can manage the My friends list to quickly alter
the list of My friends that you want displayed. You
can sort the names, edit nicknames, block or
delete friend, or link a friend to Phonebook.
Access to the chatroom
The My friends application supports chatroom invitations. You can bookmark associates you would
like to chat with. The application can establish connectivity between different service offerings that
enable chat between terminals.
Sony Top 10’
Sony Top 10 is a unique direct-link music download
application which is easy to use and promises you
best-selling music for mobile download.
By pressing an icon on the phone desktop, you can
go straight to a live list of Top Music Hits. Choose a
song, listen to it, and if you like what you hear you
can add it to My Sounds.
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Operator benefits
The Sony Music Top 10 service can be owned by a
network operator and/or hosted by Sony Ericsson
and the premium content maintained and managed
by Sony Music. The music on offer can easily be
suited to a specific region or target group.
Sony Music Top 10 creates quality and quantity
revenue for network operators. The process
involves:
• Accessing online music
The music format is Midi (Polyphonic 24 voices or
more).
• Downloading list
Implementation costs for network operators are
minimal and server communication is based on
existing, well-established systems and services.
• Choosing a song
• Buying a song
* Available in customized phones only.
QuickShare TM
The Sony Ericsson QuickShareTM is the smartest,
fastest and easiest way to share images. By combining several imaging features and capabilities in
the T630/T628, QuickShareTM lets you take a picture with two rapid clicks and then in four further
steps send it anywhere in the world.
It is also possible to exchange pictures directly
over Bluetooth connections and even drag and
drop pictures to and from the T630/T628 and a PC.
Built-in camera
Saved images may be viewed in the image viewer
application, and are available for use by other
applications in T630/T628 such as MMS and email.
The built-in camera is capable of taking still pictures up to common image format (CIF) resolution
(288 x 352 pixels) and 24 bit colour depth. In addition, it is possible to let the phone automatically
resize the image to VGA resolution (480x640 pixels). The lens is recessed into the back cover of the
T630/T628. The viewfinder will fill up the whole
screen, irrespective of the resolution at which the
picture is taken. A dedicated hardware button provides fast access to the camera application.
Images are stored in the phone’s filing system and
are therefore available for other applications to use.
The number of images that can be stored depends
on the available file space, which is shared with
other applications. The viewfinder will give an estimation of the number of images remaining, assuming that all of the free storage is available for the
camera application and using the current settings
for size and quality. Approximate JPEG file sizes
are 20 kbytes for CIF.
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Display
ory depth. Camera pictures, picture messages and
gaming are all enhanced by the crisp, sharp colours afforded by the TFT. The screen also offers the
user maximum information with the least scrolling.
The T630/T628 lets the user enjoy the ultimate
viewing experience afforded by the 65,536 full colour LCD. The LCD has 128x160 pixels and is a 1.8
” TFT screen. The display has a 16 bits pixel mem-
New and innovative user interface
The T630/T628 has a new, innovative user interface
which enables the user to manage the phone in an
easy and efficient way. Combined with attractive
graphics in a wide variety of styles, the new user
interface gives the user a new and stimulating
experience.
On/Off key
Camera
key
The development of the new user interface is
founded on usability tests performed on a wide
range of mobile phones - Sony Ericsson phones as
well as competitors’. The result is a new interface
that is easier and quicker to use than the vast
majority in products on the market.
Internet
key
l Volume
keys
Left soft
key
The keys to efficiency
The lay out of the keys is one of the many new and
improved elements in the T630/T628, helping the
user to find functions and features in the phone
quickly and easily. Conveniently and ergonomically
grouped together on the front, the two soft keys, a
navigation key, the back key and the “C” key enable the user to navigate, select and perform
actions.
Right soft
key
C key
Back key
Number
keys
Actions and options
The left and right soft keys perform the actions
shown immediately above these keys in the display. The most frequently used actions are always
available on the left soft key. Other actions are
accessible on the right soft key, directly on the key
or via the More list. Since most of the common
actions are carried out by the left soft key, the back
key is conveniently placed immediately under it.
Back and delete
The Back key enables the user to go back one step
at the time. It makes it easy to find the way back,
but more importantly gives the possibility to
recover from mistakes. To press and hold the Back
key is an instant return to stand by.
The “C” key is used to delete items and to turn off
sounds:
• Press and hold in Stand by - activate silent
mode
• Press and hold during ongoing call - mute
• Normal press during incoming call - mute ring
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More Features
The key features in the phone are easily accessible,
and the main menu is reached by a press with the
navigation key in stand by. It is also accessible during an ongoing call, which allows for multitasking an air time generator. The main menu gives an
overview of all functions and features in the phone.
T630/T628
The already popular Themes in Sony Ericsson
mobile phones have been further developed and
improved in the T630/T628, enabling the user to
personalize the phone with pictures, colours, wallpapers, etc. The Themes and all their features are
displayed in the large 65k colour screen, which
gives a unique user experience.
Actions in the T630/T628 are always carried out in
the most efficient way, and there is always a visible
status bar at the top of the display. The status bar
extends the usage of non voice features by displaying icons and indicators of ongoing actions.
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Technologies in detail
Pictures
ply select a picture, add a message and send just
like an SMS message or build a slide show with
several images and your favourite sound clips.
Pictures is the T630/T628’s image viewer. It enables you to view and organise your photographs,
including pictures taken by the built-in camera plus
images loaded from elsewhere, such as received
via e-Mail. Pictures supports image types JPEG,
GIF, Animated GIFs and WBMP.
Pictures can be viewed in thumbnail and full screen
mode. Thumbnail images may be ordered by name,
date, size or type. In full screen mode the user can
browse through the images and rename or delete
them. It is also possible to send them as e-mail,
MMS messages or via Bluetooth and infrared. Sim-
Pictures of loved ones can be saved in Contacts.
When a contact calls (or the user calls that contact), the picture is displayed with the details of the
call. This is known as Picture Phone Book.
Pictures may be loaded up to the Internet. Sony
Ericsson Mobile Internet has an on-line album enabling you to share pictures and video clips:
wap.sonyericsson.com
Multimedia in T630/T628
Graphics
GIFs. With MMS, the user can personalize the
appearance of the display – for example the background colours and the background picture.
Graphics (tables, charts, diagrams and layouts)
have a major impact on the way we work. The
T630/T628 supports JPEG (max 640x480), GIF
(max 640x480), PNG (max 640x480), BMP ( max
640x480), WBMP (max 320x320) and animated
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Audio
E-mail
With the sound recorder function in the T630/T628,
it is easy to make a voice recording, for example a
personal rendition of “Happy Birthday”. The audio
function in the T630/T628 also allows downloading
of sounds and melodies.
With inbox, outbox, save draft and reply options,
you have all the functions you need for effective email communication in a powerful mobile phone.
Constantly connected to a POP3, SMTP or IMAP4
e-mail server anywhere on the Internet, your T630/
T628 stores messages dynamically, depending on
available memory, and updates your inbox automatically and over the air. Check your e-mail anywhere. Reply to e-mail on the move. Friends, family
and business contacts know that when they send
you e-mail, you can receive, read and act on it
immediately. You can include pictures in outgoing
e-mails and receive attachments. Hyperlinks in emails are supported.
Themes
With themes, the user can change the appearance
of the display, for example the background colours
and the background picture. The phone comes
with a number of pre-defined pictures, and it is
possible to download additional themes. The maximum number of themes is limited only by the
amount of memory.
MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service)
One of the key features in the T630/T628 is the
Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS), this is
expected to become the preferred messaging
method of mobile terminal users, since there are
virtually no limits to the content of an MMS transmission. An MMS message (also known as a Picture Message) from the T630/T628 can contain
text, pictures, graphics, animations, images, audio
clips and ring melodies. For third-party developers’
information, please visit the Sony Ericsson Developer World.
Defined and specified by 3GPP as a standard for
third generation implementation, MMS completes
the potential of messaging. Sending digital postcards and PowerPoint-style presentations is
expected to be among the most popular user applications of MMS. Eagerly awaited by young users in
particular, MMS is projected to fuel the growth of
related market segments by as much as forty percent.
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Figure 1. An MMS message can contain images,
music, audio and graphics.
Using the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) as
bearer technology and powered by the high-speed
transmission technologies EDGE, GPRS and UMTS
(W-CDMA), Multimedia Messaging allows users to
send and receive messages that look like PowerPoint-style presentations. The messages may
include any combination of text, graphics, photographic images, speech and music clips. MMS
messaging will serve as the default mode of messaging on all terminals, making total content
exchange second nature. From utility to sheer fun,
it offers benefits at every level and to every kind of
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MMS objects
Mobile picture transmission also offers inestimable
utility in business applications, from sending onsite pictures of a construction project to capturing
and storing an interesting design concept for later
review. Editing a picture by adding text allows
users to create their own electronic postcards, an
application that is expected to substantially cut into
the traditional postcard-sending market.
Although MMS is a direct descendant of SMS, the
difference in content is dramatic. The size of an
average SMS message is about 140 bytes, while
the maximum size of an MMS message is limited
only by the memory. That is why the key word to
describe Picture Message content is rich. Complete with words, sounds and images, MMS content is endowed with the user’s ideas, feelings and
personality. An MMS message can contain one or
more of the following:
Themes (downloaded or pre-defined) can be
exchanged via MMS.
Text
As with SMS and EMS, an MMS message can consist of normal text. The text can consist of up to
1000 characters. The main difference between an
EMS and MMS message is that in an MMS message, text can be accompanied not only by simple
pixel images or melodies but by photographic
images, graphics, audio clips and in the future,
video sequences.
Templates
The T630/T628 comes with a number of MMS predefined templates, for example templates for birthday cards, meeting requests etc.
SMIL presentations
SMIL stands for Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language and is pronounced “smile”. SMIL in
the T630/T628 allows the user to the create and
transmit PowerPoint-style presentations on the
mobile device. SMIL is an advanced XML-based
protocol, and Sony Ericsson MMS supports a subset of this protocol. Using a simple media editor,
users can incorporate audio and animated GIFs
along with still images, animations and text to
assemble full multimedia presentations.
The idea of SMIL is to allow the user to customize
the page timing in PowerPoint-style presentations.
The user can decide in which order the image and
text will be displayed, as well as for how long the
images and text lines are to be shown in the display
Audio
MMS provides the ability to send and receive full
sound (iMelody and AMR) messages. Not only can
users share a favourite song or ring signal with a
friend, they can also use the mobile phone to
record sound and send it along with a message.
Because sound includes speech as well as music,
this extra dimension of an MMS message makes
for enhanced immediacy of expression and communication. Rather than sending a downloaded
birthday jingle in EMS, for example, a user can
send a clip of his or her own personal rendition of
“Happy Birthday”.
PIM communication with MMS
With MMS in the T630/T628, it is easy to send and
receive business cards, calendar entries and notes.
Business card (vCard)
With MMS in the T630/T628, the user can send a
business card.
Calendar entry (vCal)
Pictures and themes
With the vCal function the user can enclose a vCal
entry when sending a meeting request via MMS.
By using the built-in digital camera in the T630/
T628 users can take a snapshot and immediately
send it to a recipient. The ability to send pictures is
one of the most exciting attributes of MMS, as it
allows users to share meaningful moments with My
friends, family and colleagues.
Notes
The T630/T628 supports vNote. Notes can be sent
via MMS.
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Benefits
Essentially enabling the mobile terminal to serve as
image processor and conveyor, Multimedia Messaging accommodates the exchange of important
visual information as readily as it facilitates fun.
Business and leisure usage of MMS will be dynamically merged, resulting in enhanced personal efficiency for users and increased network activity for
operators. In short, MMS affords total usage for
total communication
addressing. The centre’s MMS Proxy-Relay interacts with the application being run on the MMSenabled terminal to provide various messaging
services. WAP is used as bearer of an MMS message between the MMS-C and the MMS client
(application). The WAP Gateway is used for delivery
and retrieval of messages.
Because MMS uses WAP as its bearer technology
and is being standardized by 3GPP, it has wide
industry support and offers full interoperability,
which is a major benefit to service providers and
end users. Ease-of-use resulting from both the
gradual steps of the messaging evolution and the
continuity of user experience gained from interoperability is assured.
The MMS server, through which MMS messages
are sent, supports flexible addressing (to both normal phone numbers (MSISDN) and e-mail
accounts), which makes user interface more
friendly and allows greater control for operators.
The MMS server, moreover, is responsible for the
instant delivery feature of MMS.
MMS technical features
The MMS standard, just like SMS, offers store-andforward transmission (instant delivery) of messages, rather than a mailbox-type model. MMS is a
person-to-person communications solution, meaning that the user gets the message directly into the
mobile phone. He or she doesn’t have to call the
server to get the message downloaded to the
mobile phone. Unlike SMS, the MMS standard
uses WAP as its bearer protocol. MMS will take
advantage of the high speed data transport technologies EDGE and GPRS and support a variety of
image, video and audio formats to facilitate a complete communication experience.
Architecture
The MMS Centre (MMS-C) is comprised of the
MMS Server, the MMS Proxy-Relay and the MMS
Store. The MMS Centre is the central element of
the MMS network architecture, providing storage
and operational support, enabling instant delivery
of multimedia messages from terminal-to-terminal
and terminal-to-e-mail, and supporting flexible
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Figure 2. The architecture of MMS
Message conversion
The MMS-C is able to perform limited message
conversion - for example, from MMS to SMS - so
that processing and air time is not wasted in sending messages to mobile terminals that do not have
adequate capability to receive them. It also handles
service aspects such as store and forward, guaranteed delivery, subscriber preferences, operator
constraints, and billing information. The MMS-C
also vouches for high quality messaging, e.g. by
format conversion. This means that the MMS-C
recognizes which formats are supported in the
mobile phone, and adapts the MMS messages to
these formats.
OTA configuration
Users can easily get MMS into their phone. MMS
supports OTA, meaning that the user does not have
to configure the settings manually. The configuration is done by the operator.
EMS (Enhanced Messaging Service)
EMS uses existing SMS infrastructure and industry
standards, keeping investments to a minimum for
operators and providing a familiar user interface
and compatibility with existing phones.
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Sounds and melodies
Pictures and animations
EMS gives the user the ability to send and receive
melodies. These can be pre-defined sounds,
downloaded from the Internet, received in SMS
messages or composed by the user on the phone
keypad or a PC.
Phones supporting EMS include a set of predefined animations. New pictures and animations
can be downloaded from the Internet or received in
SMS messages.
Pictures can be created and edited in the phone
using a built-in Picture Editor. Several pictures can
be inserted in one message, and they can be combined with sounds and melodies.
Several sounds and melodies can be inserted in
one message, and they can be combined with pictures.
Messaging using EMS
Concatenated messages
A part of the EMS standard is the support for concatenated messages, which means that the phone
is able to automatically combine several messages
both when creating and receiving EMS. This is useful to be able to build and display messages with
rich content since the amount of information in
each SMS is limited by the SMS standards.
Compatible with SMS standards
Users will find EMS as easy to use as SMS. At the
moment 15 billion SMS messages, are sent every
month worldwide. Roughly 80% of this traffic is
user-to-user i.e. mobile phone users sending short
messages to each other using the keypad of the
phone to enter text. The remaining 20% is shared
by downloads and notifications of different kinds.
now stable and complete as part of the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) technical specification.
EMS dynamics
An EMS message can be sent to a mobile phone
that does not support EMS, or only supports part
of EMS. All the EMS elements i.e. text formatting,
pictures, animations and sounds are located in the
message header. The EMS contents will be ignored
by a receiving phone that does not support the
standard. Only the text message will be displayed
to the receiver. This is true consumer-friendly
standardization.
Examples of EMS contents and
applications
A wide range of contents, applications and services may be developed. Below is a list of examples
and areas where messaging can be enhanced with
EMS.
Huge business potential
Network operators can now enhance their services
and attract more customers by offering pictures,
animations, ring signals and melodies for download
at their portals. Operators can charge more per
EMS message since it contains more data. Thereby
EMS adds more value to the operators and to the
end users.
User-to-user message
Messages usually originating from the keypad of a
mobile phone can include pictures, animations,
melodies, formatted text with EMS.
Standards
The Enhanced Messaging Service (EMS) was first
submitted to the standards committees by Ericsson. Ericsson presented the outline structure of
EMS to the relevant ETSI/ 3GPP committees. The
major mobile phone manufacturers and most operators are actively contributing to the 3GPP standards. Hence the EMS standard has evolved and is
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Voice and e-mail notifications
Notifying mobile phone users that they have new
voice or fax mail messages waiting - including
icons or melodies with EMS.
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The user typically receives a short message notifying them that they have a new message in their unified messaging box, with icons or formatted text
further enhancing the message.
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or courier package delivery, using EMS in a retail
environment for credit card authorization, remote
monitoring of machines for service and maintenance purposes.
Using WAP, WAP and SMS for download
Internet e-mail alerts
Already today services exist on the Internet where
users can create melodies, and view icons and pictures, subscribe to entertainment and informations
services. These may develop further in the future to
support access via PC over the Internet, from the
phone using WAP and even with an SMS request
interface.
An Internet e-mail alert is provided in the form of a
short message that typically details the sender of
the e-mail, the subject field and first few words of
the e-mail message, and in this case formatted text
is excellent to identify message elements.
Ring signals
Downloading ring signals from the Internet
News & commercials
World news illustrated, sports scores and news
headlines, finance and stock market news with diagrams and tickers, commercial product promotions, weather reports with maps, tunes from TV
commercials as ring signals.
Info & entertainment
Ring signals, e-greetings, football club logo, jokeof-the-day illustrated by pictures or sound, horoscopes, movie related animation or theme song, TV
show promotions, music artist promotions, lottery
results, food and drinks pictures and recipes,
mood-related pictures.
Corporate
Flight schedules, pre-installed corporate logos,
map snippets and travel info, company branded
icons and ring signals, corporate e-mail notifications, affinity programmes where companies notify
customers of product updates etc., banks notifying
customers about new services and interest rates,
call centres providing answers to questions about a
product, vehicle positioning combining EMS with
Global Positioning System (GPS) position information, job dispatch with delivery addresses for sales
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Java
J2ME
CLDC
Sandbox
MIDP Application
running on
MIDP/CLDC/kVM
HTTP/
Datagram
Internet
Services and pages
with response in
HTML format
User Interface
JAR file
resource
Other networked
devices (datagram
communication)
Persistent
Storage
Optional download features
The T630/T628 supports J2ME CLDC/MIDP. It is
ready to run applications written for handheld computers and mobile phones.
Applications are easily downloaded directly to the
T630/T628 using the browser, or may be installed
from a connected PC. Applications such as the
currency converter can obtain the latest exchange
rates from the Mobile Internet and then make upto-date calculations. It is also possible to access
and download data from a company server.
The browser can download JAR/JAD files from
WAP and HTML pages provided that the server
supports the actual file types. T630/T628 can also
download JAD/JAR files from ordinary WAP servers provided that they support the mime type for
each of the file types.
Supported protocols
The T630/T628 supports “Sun OTA recommended
practice for J2ME CLDC/MIDP” and ordinary MIDP
1.0 applications without extension API’s.
T630/T628 supports JSR-135 allowing control of
the synthesizer for MIDI, I-melody and Tone
sequence playback.
Sandbox security concept
J2ME/CLDC uses a sandbox security concept
which includes a number of system components
working together to ensure that untrusted applications cannot gain access to system resource.
Selection keys
When executing a MIDP application a lower portion
of the screen is reserved for displaying selection
keys associated with the application. The appearance of this soft key area at runtime depends on
which base class the displayed application is
derived from.The left soft key is for the first command in the command list and the right soft key is
for the “More” list and “Help”.
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General information
Implementation
CLDC
1.0
MIDP
1.0
JSR
135
Support
Over the Air Recommended Practice
Permissions
Net Access
Memory
Heap size (RAM)
256 KB
Max no.of applications
50
Size of applications
Approximately 60 KB
File system size
Up to 2 MB
Number of simultaneous One
executing applications
Note: For more information, visit the Sony Ericsson
Developer World.
Games
for network operators and content providers. The
virtual machine uses true sandbox technology for
the highest level of security.
T630/T628 has four games pre-loaded and more
can be easily downloaded. The games download is
made possible by a true virtual machine. The Sony
Ericsson portal for downloading of free games for
the T630/T628 is accessible with only one key
press in the games menu. The openness of the
downloadable games solution is dedicated to provide an enhanced gaming experience.
mophun ™
mophun™ is a software based gaming console for
Downloadable games can fully take advantage of
the phone´s interfaces, such as TCP/IP, SMS/MMS,
32 voices polyphonic sounds, and vibrator. The virtual machine executes the downloading of games
for the optimal game experience. The user can
download an unlimited number of games as long
as the file system allows it, i e until the phone memory is full.
The downloading concept includes certification of
the games, which makes it possible to create a revenue chain and favourable business opportunities
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mobile terminals. It offers the user optimized
graphics and interaction access to ensure the best
possible gaming experience.
mophun™ gamelets will drive traffic and increase
revenue for operators.
mophun RTE
The mophun™ runtime environment consists of a
virtual machine that requires less than 40kb of
memory. Its small size means that it can fit inside
the instruction cache of the host CPU. It has a
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Emulation profiles for the target mophun™ enabled mobile terminal are included in the SDK. It
also ships with a full set of binary utilities for manipulation and handling of code, data and resources.
native code interface that requires as little as 10
machine instructions (depending on the host system) overhead for calls to native functions.
Gaming API
Certification and deployment
The gaming API provides all the functionality a
game requires. It provides platform independent
video access, input, sound and communication. It
also features a query interface that lets you adapt a
game to the capabilities of the device. The API
consists of 100% native code that ensures the best
possible performance.
Each game must be certified by Synergenix Interactive AB before it can be run on a mobile phone.
This ensures there is no offensive content, that the
game is of sufficient quality and that the gameplay
and functionality conform to settled standards.
Because different platforms have varying capabilities, this gaming API has been created with differentiators such as a built in sprite engine, map
engine, different color depth tiles and transparency
support etc. With this gaming API it is possible to
isolate code and data into modules that can be
loaded according to the capabilities of various platforms. It is possible to have both grayscale and
color graphics resources but only load the specific
resources that are compatible with the surrounding
system. Games that do not provide multiple
resources are not a problem because the mophun™ system automatically handles the conversions. Indeed, future extensions even include a 3D
API.
Secure gamelets
mophun™ gamelets are executed in a secure
A game file can be downloaded via WAP or cable
from an operator’s page or from any publisher’s
WAP page. If the download is supposed to be in
one session, the file size should be less that 60 000
bytes.
Game file sizes
Each game has its own directory in the file system.
A game directory in the T630/T628 can contain up
to 16 different files but together they may not
exceed an aggregate of 480 000 bytes.The maximum size of files for downloading depends on the
size of the WAP gateway. When provisioning mophun games that are larger than the WAP gateway
limitation, the games may be split up in portions
and reassembled on the mobile terminal.
Functions
sandbox environment that eliminates any possibility of illegal actions. A secure layer exists between
the mophun™ application and the “real” system
interfaces. Security is further enhanced as result of
the gamelets having to be digitally signed before
execution on the mobile terminal is possible.
Gamelets are signed in the publishing process after
being screened for malicious content.
Software development kit
The mophun™ SDK is built with GNU tools using
open standards. It is non-proprietary and is offered
to developers completely free of charge. Games
are written in C/C++ or assembler and the kit was
built by game developers. A general PC can be
used to both write and test the software without
any need to access the real device. Source level
debugging is available for both the Linux and Windows versions of the SDK.
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Send/receive via TCP/IP link
Yes
Send/receive via SMS
Yes
Send/receive via Bluetooth
Yes
Send/receive via infrared
Yes
Vibrator on/off
Yes
Backlight on/off
Yes
Colour support
Yes
Certification control of games
Yes
True sandbox technology
Yes
True file support
Yes
Sprite detection collision
Yes
Built-in Unicode including Chinese
Yes
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Getting started
In order to receive the mophun™ SDK developers
must go to http:// www.mophun.com and download the free software. Developers will also benefit
from the full support package that is available at
Sony Ericsson Developer World. Everything needed
to begin developing games for Sony Ericsson
mobile phones is available at these sites.
left
left and down
select or fire
down
right
right and down
Other useful key functions:
Game controls
• Press START to start a new game.
• Press EXIT to finish a game.
• Press MORE to delete, view game info, or view
memory status.
Use the navigation key to move up, down, left or
right and to select an item, or use the keys as follows:
Select the
options that
might appear in
the display
immediately
above these
keys.
Gameboard EGB-10
The Sony Ericsson Gameboard EGB-10 can be
purchased separately as an accessory. It lets you
take the maximum fun and functionality of your
phone’s gaming potential with you wherever you
go. It offers:
Delete numbers, letters or
an item from a
list.
Press once to
go back one
level in the
menus. Press
and hold to
return to standby. Exit the
game.
left and up
Note: The above text and control panel does not
apply to Java games.
• 8-way game pad
• 4 functional keys
• Ergonomic design
up
right and up
MIDI - Musical Instrument Digital Interface
The T630/T628 contains an advanced MIDI composer that allows the user to compose melodies
and ring signals in polyphonic sound. A MIDI signal
or file does not contain any music. It contains
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devices, which have limited storage capacity. MIDI
is a specification for a communications protocol
principally used to control electronic musical
instruments. MIDI is today a well known standard
used by musicians, composers and arrangers.
binary data (information) of how a melody is played
and when this data reaches a synthesizer, the synthesizer will translate the binary data to music,
when connected to an amplifier with speakers so
that the sound becomes audible.
The development from the iMelody format to the
MIDI format means a revolution to the sound quality. The MIDI files are small, and perfect for mobile
A fun, personalization, music application – Music DJ.
The Music DJ lets the user select pre-recorded
musical loops to compose a melody in much the
same way as modern artists create music through
more advanced systems. Music DJ enables the
user to create and edit a polyphonic ring signal
using only “blocks” containing ready-mixed
sequenced loops played by different instruments.
The blocks are kept in banks or libraries. This application makes it possible for even semi-professionals to customize their mobile phones and to test
new melodies while on the move.
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Composing
You can compose and edit melodies to use as ring
signals. A melody consists of four tracks - Drums,
Basses, Chords and Accents. A track contains a
number of music blocks. The blocks consist of prearranged sounds with different characteristics. The
blocks are grouped into Intro, Verse, Chorus, and
Break, depending on where in the melody they fit
in. You compose a melody by adding music blocks
to the tracks.
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Polyphonic ring signals
Protocol
The T630/T628 has a hardware synthesizer chip,
built into the mobile phone. The software controls
the MIDI files, and makes sure they fit into the hardware chip. It is possible to modify the dynamics,
and it is possible to make the sound escalate, start
quietly and grow louder.
The T630/T628 Sony Ericsson mobile phone completely supports the MIDI 1.0 detailed specification.
Please visit http://www.midi.org/ for more information.
The quality of the sound heard from the speakers
depends on many different things, for example on
the synthesizer, the amplifier, or the speakers. An
important factor for sound quality is the number of
voices. The human ear cannot separate each voice
if the number of voices increases above about 16,
then the voices merge together. But the nuances in
the music increase, and the music is experienced
as more sophisticated if the number of voices
increases. Many modern sound modules in synthesizers used by musicians have 16, 24 or 32 note
polyphony. The number of voices used in the T630/
T628 is 32, which gives excellent sound quality.
Excellent sound quality – 32voices
The human ear can hear sounds from approximately 20 Hz up to 20 KHz. In most GSM mobile
phones, the speech sound range is from 300 Hz to
3400 Hz, which is good enough for speaking, but
quite poor for music. The T630/T628 can handle up
to 15000 Hz, equivalent to an FM stereo radio,
which means excellent sound quality.
Wavetable synthesis
T630/T628 has a dedicated speaker to ensure the
best possible sound quality. This speaker is situated on the back of the phone ensuring no discomfort is felt if a second call is received during an
ongoing call. It also ensures louder ring signals and
removes the need for escalating rings signals.
Touch correct feature
Sony Ericsson has chosen to implement the
Wavetable synthesis, which consists of sampled
real instruments, which gives a much higher quality
than the FM-synthesis. Especially the treble is more
distinguished.
The so called “Touch correct” feature makes
dynamic compression possible. This equalizes the
amplitude of the instruments included in the MIDI
file, which greatly improves the sound quality,
especially in melodies with big differences in amplitude.
Bluetooth™ wireless technology
vided under adverse conditions, making it possible
to use a headset connection to the T630/T628 at all
times.
The T630/T628 features built-in Bluetooth wireless
technology. Its short-range radio link operates in
the globally available 2.4 GHz radio frequency
band, ensuring fast and secure communications up
to a range of 10 metres.
Bluetooth wireless technology is designed to be
fully functional even in noisy radio frequency environments. All data transfer is protected by
advanced error-correction methods, ensuring a
high level of data security. Bluetooth wireless technology facilitates instant connections, which are
maintained even when the devices are not within
line of sight. High-quality voice transmission is pro-
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Ericsson was a founding partner of the Bluetooth
Special Interest Group (SIG). Bluetooth wireless
technology devices that are expected to be available in the near future, include:
• Headsets for wireless voice transmission and
remote call control
• PCs, laptops, PDAs, palmpads for data transfer,
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• PC cards for Bluetooth wireless technology in
laptops and PDAs
• Handheld scanners for text, barcodes and
images
• MP3 music player
• Household appliances with built-in logic, as well
as games and entertainment devices
• Other phones for exchanging business cards,
ring signals, playing games etc.
• Digital still and motion video cameras
• Access points in hotel lobbies and airports for
connecting to computer networks and the Internet
• Printers, hard disks and other storage devices
• Car handsfree solutions
Using Bluetooth wireless technology in the T630/T628
Key benefits include:
• Secure and fast
• True wireless connection
• Data connection with a Bluetooth PC/laptop
turns the phone into a modem for connecting to
the Internet and for data transfer (faster than
infrared or cable).
• Cable replacement for connecting to headsets,
computers, networks, printers and other
devices.
• Synchronization
• The T630/T628 identifies and maintains several
devices in a pairing list.
• Fast synchronization, even without line of sight,
of calendar and phone book with PC/laptop and
PDA, and quick exchange of business cards,
calendar events and melodies with other
phones and devices.
• Radio link
• No line of sight required; the phone can remain
in a briefcase or in a pocket, as long as no solid
objects are in between (whereas infrared
requires line of sight).
Synchronize calendar and phone book
Hierarchical phone book with contacts
In everyday life, access to an updated calendar and
addresses of My friends and business colleagues is
greatly appreciated. To be truly mobile, users must
be able to carry their important information with
them. Equipping mobile phones with Personal
Information Manager (PIM) programs such as calendars, to-do lists and address books gives users
access to their most important data anywhere and
anytime. The information is kept updated by synchronizing with the information at the office or at
home.
The T630/T628 features a hierarchical phone book.
For every contact, details such as name, home,
work and mobile numbers, pager number, e-mail
address and other information can be stored. The
hierarchical phone book in the T630/T628 is compatible with most groupware and agenda programs, such as Microsoft Outlook, enabling
smooth local synchronization of contact information between the phone and a PC, via cable, Bluetooth wireless technology or IR. For remote
synchronization of Contacts and Calendar over
WAP, the T630/T628 supports SyncML.
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SyncML, an open standard for remote synchronization
in the T630/T628
SyncML – background
The SyncML Initiative Ltd. was founded by Ericsson, IBM, Lotus, Motorola, Matsushita, Nokia,
Palm Inc., Psion and Starfish Software in February
2000. Supported by more than 60 software and
hardware developers, the SyncML Initiative Ltd.
seeks to develop and promote a globally open
standard for remote synchronization, called SyncML. Unlike many other synchronization platforms,
SyncML is an open industry specification that
offers universal interoperability. Because it uses a
common language, called XML, for specifying the
messages that synchronize devices and applications, SyncML has been called the only truly futureproof platform for enabling reliable and immediate
update of data. The benefit for the end user is that
SyncML can be used almost anywhere and in a
wide variety of devices, regardless of application or
operating system.
What is SyncML?
SyncML is the common language for synchronizing
all devices and applications over any network. SyncML leverages Extensible Markup Language (XML),
making SyncML a truly future-proof platform. With
SyncML any personal information, such as e-mail,
calendars, to-do lists, contact information and
other relevant data, will be consistent, accessible
and up to date, no matter where the information is
stored. For example, a calendar entry made to a
mobile device on a business trip is equally available
to a secretary in a network calendar. SyncML is the
ultimate choice for remote synchronization.
In the T630/T628 SyncML supports remote synchronization of the calendar and phone book,
designed for the requirements of the wireless world
SyncML is designed specifically with the wireless
world’s tight requirements in mind. SyncML minimizes the use of bandwidth and can deal with the
special challenges of wireless synchronization,
such as relatively low connection reliability and
high network latency. SyncML supports synchronization over WAP, fixed networks, infrared, cable or
Bluetooth wireless technology.
In the T630/T628 SyncML enables synchronization
over WAP – an ultimate solution for travellers.
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Benefits of a common synchronization
protocol
End users
Today’s user of mobile devices probably uses a different synchronization product with every device.
Each technology can synchronize only a few applications, or is limited to a particular type of network
connection. This arrangement is expensive to
install, confusing to configure and operate, and
costly to administer. With SyncML, users will be
able to buy devices that synchronize with a broader
range of data.
Device manufacturers
Device manufacturers will benefit from a common
protocol that will make the device interoperable
with a broader range of applications, services, and
network and transmission technologies.
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make it impossible to deploy and support their customers in a cost-effective manner. To support the
range of data types and devices in use today, service providers must install and configure multiple
server infrastructures, maintain and support that
infrastructure, and maintain compatibility and performance. The alternative now available, to use a
single solution for data connectivity, involves the
risk of a tight coupling to a propriety solution. With
SyncML, they will be able to provide connectivity to
a wider selection of applications.
Application developers
Choosing to support multiple synchronization technologies enables an application to support more
types of devices and networked data, but that
choice comes at a cost. With SyncML, application
developers will be able to develop an application
that can connect to a more diverse set of devices
and network data.
Service providers
Service providers moving into the growth area of
application hosting are particularly concerned that
a proliferation of synchronization technologies will
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Network operators
As multiple applications that need remote synchronization over WAP are developed, there will be an
automatic growth of revenue for network operators.
Local synchronization
Open standard
Local synchronization software and the
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Synchronization is possible with almost any groupware or office program, since the synchronization
method complies with the open standard IrMC 1.1,
as specified by the Infrared Data Association – reference http://www.irda.org. IrMC 1.1 brings
together the following standards:
PCs equipped with XTNDConnect For Sony Ericsson will perform synchronization with Microsoft
Outlook. For other groupware environments (Lotus
Notes, etc.), the full version of XTNDConnect PC is
required. By using Bluetooth wireless technology,
infrared, USB or the RS 232 Cable, you can easily
perform a fast, local synchronization.
• vCard 2.1 for address book information
• vCalendar 1.0 for appointment and to-do
information
• ObEx (Object Exchange) for data exchange
Integration between XTNDConnect For Sony Ericsson and Microsoft Outlook provides an embedded
menu for one-key synchronization.
Bluetooth wireless technology or
infrared
The T630/T628 synchronizes using the same protocol, regardless of connection type. It connects via
Bluetooth wireless technology, infrared or cable.
The cable is connected either directly to the phone
or to the desktop charger.
Automatic synchronization
When infrared or Bluetooth wireless technology is
switched on in the phone, the synchronization
process starts automatically, as soon as the phone
is within range of a compatible port on a PC or
handheld device (a suitable synchronization program must be running on the device).
To enhance functionality and compatibility further,
the synchronization software can easily be
upgraded.
The number of units that can talk to each other is
unlimited. One phone can be partner with several
PCs. This ensures that information from both the
work PC and the home PC can be synchronized
with the phone. For users that have both a desktop
PC and a laptop (free version XTNDConnect PC) or
a PDA (free version XTNDConnect PC), it is an efficient way to synchronize data with the phone. This
way, data can also be transferred between PCs to
keep them in sync.
If the synchronization software is upgraded to a full
version of XTNDConnect PC, one PC can be partnered with several different phones. This is vital if,
for example, each member in a work group has his/
her own T630/T628, and needs to synchronize with
a PC. It makes it easy, for example, to download a
common company phone directory to the phone
book in each company mobile phone. With the full
version of the synchronization software, other
phone types and handheld devices, such as PDAs
and Windows CE computers, can also be synchronized.
Intelligent process
A synchronization engine performs the task of synchronizing. For local synchronization, the synchronization engine is an application that runs on the
desktop computer. The synchronization engine
compares, updates and resolves conflicts to
ensure that the information in the phone is the
same as that in the computer.
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XTNDConnect for Sony Ericsson
This synchronization software can be downloaded
from www.SonyEricsson.com and provides a powerful set of functions:
• T630/T628 phone book and calendar synchronization with Microsoft Outlook.
• An embedded synchronization in Microsoft Outlook, providing one-key synchronization and
allowing the user to control the synchronization
process with easy-to-use settings.
• PC applications supported by XTNDConnect
For Sony Ericsson:
• Microsoft Outlook 97, 98, 2000
• Platforms for using XTNDConnect For Sony
Ericsson:
• Windows 98, Me (Millennium Edition), Windows
NT 4.0 and 2000.
• Pentium II recommended
• 64 MB RAM recommended (minimum 32 MB)
• Other requirements:
• 20 MB free hard disk space
• Bluetooth wireless technology, infrared, or cable
connection
• Support is handled by Sony Ericsson.
XTNDConnect PC
All users of the T630/T628 can easily upgrade to
the full version of the synchronization software. A
number of features and supported applications will
then be added, including XTNDConnect Phone
Viewer.
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• Phone book and calendar synchronization for
the T630/T628.
• XTNDConnect Phone Viewer for easy data
entry. All data can be created, viewed and
edited on a PC.
• PC applications supported by XTNDConnect
PC (full upgraded version):
• Microsoft Outlook 97, 98, 2000
• Lotus Notes 4.5, 4.6, R5
• Lotus Organizer 4.1, 5.0, 97, 97 GS, 6.0
• Symantec ACT! 3.05, 4.0, 2000
• NetManage Ecco Pro 4.0
• GoldMine 3.0, 4.0 (StandardEdition)
• Platforms for using XTNDConnect PC:
• Windows 98, Me (Millennium Edition), Windows
NT 4.0, 2000 and XP.
• Pentium II recommended
• 64 MB RAM recommended (minimum 32 MB)
• Other requirements:
• 20 MB free hard disk space
• Bluetooth wireless technology, infrared, or cable
connection
• An embedded synchronization in Microsoft Outlook, providing one-key synchronization and
allowing the user to control the synchronization
process with easy-to-use settings.
• Handheld devices supported include the T630/
T628, palm-sized and handheld devices using
Windows CE and PalmOS/ Casio Personal
Organizers.
WAP services
The built-in WAP browser in the T630/T628 gives
the user portable, fast and secure access to a wide
variety of services, including personalized services,
with new opportunities for business, individuals
and service providers.
The T630/T628 has a WAP browser, supporting
WAP 2.0 (WML 1.3). WAP 2.0 optimizes usage of
higher bandwidths and packet-based connections
of wireless networks.
Using the WAP browser
The WAP browser in the T630/T628 is compliant
with WAP 2.0 and includes WTLS class 3 as well as
mechanisms for digital signatures. It supports WML
and XHTML. The WAP browser in the T630/T628 is
also designed to access information such as timetables, share prices, exchange rates, Internet banking and other interactive services.
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Direct Links
Sending bookmarks
There are direct links in the menu system for easy
download of e.g. pictures and melodies from WAP
sites.
WAP 2.0 enables the sending of bookmarks via
infrared as well as via SMS.
Provide settings
Push services
Using SMS messages, configuration settings can
be sent over the air, OTA, so that the user does not
need to configure the WAP access settings manually. WAP settings may also be customized by the
operator.
Businesses and service providers can “push” content or service indications to work groups and/or
customers. Examples of pushed content would be
mail alerts, messaging, news, stock quotes, contacts, meeting requests, etc.
Adapt to phone type
Support of XHTML
The User Agent Profile function allows WAP content to be automatically optimized for the T630/
T628, ensuring the intended user experience.
The WAP browser supports the markup languages
of WAP 2.0. It supports WAP 1.2.1 + XHTML
Mobile Profile 1.0 + WCSS (XHTML-MP), XHTML
Basic, a subset of XHTML-MP, IHTML, WAP Cascading Style Sheets (WCSS), WML version 1.3 and
WMLScript. The subsets of the WAP standard
XHTML are supported by all major WAP browsers.
WAP pages authored in XHTML and WCSS can be
displayed in standard PC browsers such as IE and
Netscape. WAP pages authored in WML can be
displayed in WAP browsers only. It is preferable,
therefore, that developers use XHTML and CSS to
develop content as these are pure WAP standards.
WML and WMLScript are for backwards compatibility.
Several bearer types
The T630/T628 accesses the WAP over a standard
GSM Data connection as well as over a GPRS connection (network-dependent services.)
Bandwidth efficiency
Unlike traditional Internet services, WAP services
are relayed to wireless devices as binary encoded
data, maximizing bandwidth efficiency. A GPRS
connection further increases efficiency.
All of the basic XHTML and IHTML features are
supported, including text, images, links, checkboxes, radio buttons, text areas, headings, horizontal rules and lists. For IHTML also blink and
marquee, but not tables.
Easy create for WAP
Creating a WAP service is no harder than creating
an Internet/intranet service, as WML and WMLScript are based on well-known Internet languages
such as HTML and JavaScript.
Support for cookies
T630/T628 has support for cookies (client based),
an application used by WAP sites to store site-specific information in the browser between visits to
the site. Cookies give the site owner a possibility to
see when a person has visited their site. They also
save the user from having to enter the same information (e.g. the password or user ID) more than
once. Cookies are often used by e-commerce sites
(shopping carts and wish lists).
Using standard tools
Service creators can use standard tools such as
ASP (Active Server Page) or CGI (Common Gateway Interface) to generate content dynamically.
Services can be created once and then made
accessible on a broad range of wireless networks.
Maintain customer base
Existing services can be adapted to WAP. The necessary binary encoding is handled by a WAP Gateway, allowing HTML-based services to be viewed
on the WAP browser of the T630/T628. An XHTML
page can be viewed in both the WAP browser and
in any standard Web (HTML) browser.
Style sheets
T630/T628 supports style sheets offering content
developers more control over the way their WAP
pages are displayed.
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The T630/T628 has dynamic WAP profile handling,
which means that the user can add, edit and delete
WAP profiles. There are up to 5 WAP profiles.
A business can use a WAP gateway to provide a
secure connection to its corporate network,
improving internal communication flow by making
information available to mobile as well as office
users.
During WAP browsing, the options button gives the
user immediate access to a dynamic option menu
for WAP services, similar to a mouse right-click in
PC programs.
The WAP profiles
A WAP profile holds network settings and user
identification, allowing the user to switch easily
between corporate services and WAP services on
the Internet, simply by switching WAP profile.
Bearer type characteristics
Higher transmission speed than with GSM Data or
SMS access.
The T630/T628 accesses WAP services over IP. IP
can be provided either over GSM Data, HSCSD or
GPRS, depending on network services.
Pricing of GPRS can be dependent on the actual
use of bandwidth, which means the user is charged
for the volume of data transmitted, rather than the
duration of the connection.
Typical differences which distinguish the bearer
types are listed below.
High Speed Data
High Speed Data (HSCSD) increases speeds for
circuit switched data by allowing the phone to use
a coding scheme with a high capacity, and to use
two time slots for receiving data. The download
speed is increased to up to 28,800 bps. The speed
for sending data is limited to 14,400 bps. The data
rate can be increased several times by the use of
rate adaption, interworking with ISDN. This also
provides additional features, such as quick call setup capability.
GPRS access
The connection is maintained “constantly”, with
data transmitted in packets, and transmission
capacity being used by the application in use on an
as-needed basis.
When transmitting large amounts of data, bandwidth can be increased automatically to allow
faster transmission speed.
Ideal for complex pull services, browsing, data
transfer, provisioning, pager services, messaging
services, info services, push initiations.
GSM data access
Circuit connection of data calls, which means that
the phone is connected during the entire WAP session.
Pricing is comparable to that of data calls in the
network.
Gateway characteristics
End-to-end gateway navigation
A WAP Gateway provides Internet/intranet as well
as WAP services to the mobile browser. A Gateway
is identified by an IP number, depending on access
type.
The WAP 2.0 supports E2E (End-to-End) Gateway
navigation, making it possible for example for a
bank to redirect its clients from the Internet gateway to its own gateway.
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Security using the WAP
For certain WAP services, such as banking services, a secure connection between the phone and
WAP gateway is necessary. An icon in the display
of the T630/T628 indicates when a secure connection is in use.
The T630/T628 is based on the WAP 2.0 (WML 1.3)
specification suite, in which security functionality is
specified by a technology called Wireless Transport
Layer Security (WTLS). The WAP protocols for handling connection, transport and security are structured in layers, with security handled by the WTLS
layer, operating above the transport protocol layer.
WTLS classes define the levels of security for a
WTLS connection:
Trusted certificate
A certificate that guarantees that a WAP site is genuine. If the phone has a stored certificate of a certain type, it means that the user can trust all WAP
gateways that use the certificate. Trusted certificates can be pre-installed in the phone, in the
SWIM or they can be downloaded from the trusted
supplier’s WAP page.
Client certificate
A personal certificate that verifies the user’s identity. A bank that the user has a contract with may
issue this kind of certificate. Client certificates can
be pre-installed in the SWIM card.
WIM locks (PIN codes)
There are two types of WAP security locks (PIN
codes) for a SWIM, which protect the subscription
from unauthorized use. The PIN codes should typically be provided by the supplier of the SWIM.
• WTLS class 1 – encryption with no authentication.
• WTLS class 2 – encryption with server authentication.
• WTLS class 3 – encryption with both server and
client authentication.
Server authentication requires a server certificate
stored at the server side and a trusted certificate
stored at the client side.
Access lock
An access lock protects the data in the WIM. The
user is asked to enter the PIN code the first time
the SWIM card is accessed when establishing a
connection.
Client authentication requires a client certificate
stored at the client side and a trusted certificate
stored at the server side.
Signature lock
A signature lock is used for confirming transactions, much like a digital signature.
A Wireless Identity Module (WIM) can contain both
trusted and client certificates, private keys and
algorithms needed for WTLS handshaking, encryption/decryption and signature generation. The WIM
module can be placed on a SIM card and is then
referred to as a SWIM card.
In the T630/T628, the user can check which transactions have been made with the phone when
browsing. Each time the user confirms a transaction with a signature lock code, a contract is stored
in the phone. The contract contains details about
the transaction.
Certificates
To use secure connections, the user needs to have
certificates stored in the phone. There are two
types of certificates:
Configuration of WAP settings
Manual configuration is done using the menu system in the phone. This is described in the User’s
guide.
An easy way to perform WAP configuration in the
T630/T628 is to use the step-by-step WAP configurator available on http://www.SonyEricsson.com.
The configurator utilizes OTA provisioning.
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of WAP settings
To simplify the configuration of WAP settings in the
T630/T628, all settings can be sent to the phone as
an SMS message. This makes it easy for an operator, a service provider or a company to distribute
settings for Internet/intranet, and WAP, without the
user having to configure the phone manually. This
also makes it easy to upgrade services, as no manual configuration is required.
• The OTA configuration message is distributed
via SMS point-to-point.
• The setup information is a binary encoded XML
message (WBXML). To receive information
about OTA specifications, please contact your
local Sony Ericsson representative for con-
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sumer products. A configurator that utilizes OTA
provisioning can be tested on www.SonyEricsson.com
• The user is alerted about new settings when the
ongoing browsing session ends. Settings are
not changed during an ongoing browsing session.
• User interaction is limited to receiving and
accepting/rejecting the configuration message,
and selecting which WAP profile to allocate the
settings to.
• Security can be handled using a keyword identifier displayed on the screen as a shared secret
between the SMS sender and recipient. Therefore the user can verify that the configuration
message is authentic.
Push services
Examples of WAP services that can be pushed
include:
• Notification of new e-mail, voice mail, etc.
• News, sports results, weather forecasts, financial information (stock quotes etc.).
• Personal Information Manager (PIM) - delivery
of contacts, meeting requests etc.
• Smart card e-cash.
• Interactive games.
In the , the user selects whether to allow push messages or not. There are two different forms of Push
services:
Service Indication (SI)
When an SI is received by the T630/T628, the user
can load it immediately, postpone it or delete it.
Received SIs are stored in the Push Inbox and can
be viewed and loaded at a later time. The Push
Inbox displays a list containing the first part of each
received message. The list is sorted by action
attribute (high/medium/low) or reception time of the
message.
Service Loading (SL)
An SL service sends and displays a WAP page if
accepted by the user. If the SL is not accepted, it is
loaded and stored in the cache for later use. The
user can start the browser and load the page from
the cache manually.
An SI service sends to the browser a text message
with a URL of a WAP page. If the user decides to
load the URL, normal WAP browsing commences.
cHTML support
Compact HTML or cHTML is defined as a subset of
HTML 2.0, HTML 3.2 and HTML 4.0 specifications.
This means that Compact HTML inherits its flexibility and portability from standard HTML. T630/T628
supports cHTML to facilitate development of I mode applications for the handset. I-mode is a
Japanese service for transferring packet-based
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Mobile Internet
The mobile Internet offers much more than mobile
access to the Internet. It opens up a whole new
range of situation-based services that give the user
access to personalized communications, information and entertainment, anytime, anywhere.
Data connections
In order to browse via WAP or use an Internet connection, the user must have a data communication
connection configured in the phone. This connection contains specific settings and parameters to
connect to an appropriate server. Several data connections can be saved in the T630/T628. To make it
easier for the user, data connections can be provided by the operator via OTA provisioning.
Advantages of data connections include:
• Once the data connections are defined and
named, the user does not have to enter the settings for the connection again.
• Data connections can be re-used at any time.
• Individual data settings for working with WAP, email or the Internet can be stored and activated
as needed.
• Data connections can be used for both GSM
Data and GPRS connection settings.
• Bearer type for WAP and corresponding bearerspecific parameters may be selected.
• Data connections contain all the necessary settings for the Internet access point, including
modem pool phone number or IP address, user
ID and password.
Mobile positioning
For users of the T630/T628, the integration of
mobile positioning with WAP services means that a
complete range of service and information tools is
available.
The geographic location of mobile subscribers can
be used to provide them with related information
and a variety of services. Sony Ericsson’s Mobile
Positioning System (MPS) gives operators a fast
and cost-effective way to establish and roll out
location-based services.
More information regarding possibilities with and
technologies for mobile positioning is available at
http://www.SonyEricsson.com/mps.
General Packet Radio Services
communications. Users want access to the Internet
while they are away from their offices and homes,
and surveys have found that the vast majority of
business professionals want the ability to send and
receive e-mail, browse the WAP and transmit text
The introduction of GPRS (General Packet Radio
Services) is one of the key steps in the evolution of
today’s GSM networks for enhancing the capabilities of data communication. Data traffic is increasing enormously (over both wired and wireless
networks), with the growth in demand for Internet
access and services paralleling that for mobile
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sion, vehicle tracking). Horizontal applications are
more generic and include those for Internet access,
e-mail, messaging, e-commerce and entertainment.
and graphics on a portable device. That is why the
main applications driving Mobile Internet development are e-mail clients and WAP browsers.
The demand for high-speed Internet access will be
the key driver for coming generations of wireless
services, and GPRS can deliver the necessary
speed. GPRS allows innovative services to be created, enabling new and previously inaccessible
market segments to be addressed and increasing
customer loyalty.
GPRS is able to take advantage of the global coverage of existing GSM networks. Applications
developed for GPRS can be deployed on a large
scale and can reap the associated benefits. GPRS
also provides a secure medium for connections to
private networks, banking and financial services.
GPRS applications can be developed as both horizontal and vertical. Vertical applications are specific, including those for operations such as
reaching police and emergency, taxi, delivery or
automated services (vending machines, supervi-
With GPRS, the T630/T628 sends data in “packets” at a very high speed. The T630/T628 remains
connected to the network at all times, using transmission capacity only when data is sent or
received.
Using GPRS in the T630/T628
• Keep an open connection to an e-mail system
or the company network, staying online to
receive and send messages at all times. All connection settings can be managed by using the
data connections feature.
• High speed
• Gain access automatically to increased bandwidth when downloading large files, images etc.
• Cost efficient
• Use transmission capacity only when needed,
thus reducing costs.
• WAP over GPRS
• Access the Internet via WAP at high speed and
with a constant connection.
• E-mail over GPRS
• Remain connected to an e-mail system while
reading and preparing messages, (which are
sent at a high speed).
• Data communication
• Transfer data and access the Internet or an
intranet with a PC, PDA or handheld device
connected via Bluetooth wireless technology,
infrared or cable.
• Data and voice
• Maintain a data connection, for example, a constant connection to an e-mail system when conducting a voice call.
• Provide settings
• Receive GPRS configuration settings from the
provider over the air, OTA, making manual configuration unnecessary.
• User controlled settings
Instead of occupying an entire voice channel for
the duration of a data session, the T630/T628
sends/receives data in small packets, as needed,
much like IP on the Internet. Because of this, the
T630/T628 maintains a constant online connection,
its data transmission abilities summoned by the
application in use on an as-needed basis.
The GPRS specification includes four coding
schemes – CS1, CS2, CS3 and CS4 – that allow
data speeds of 9,050 bps, 13,400 bps, 15,600 bps
and 21,400 bps respectively. The T630/T628 works
with all four coding schemes, but data speed will
naturally vary according to network configuration.
At the moment, CS-3 and CS-4 are not supported
in any live network, i.e present speed is limited to
53,600 bps.
The GSM system limits the ability to use all eight
time slots, so the T630/T628 uses up to four time
slots for receiving data, and one slot for transmitting. This means the speed for receiving data is up
to 85,600 bps and up to 21,400 bps for sending
data.
Using GPRS with the T630/T628 has several
advantages, for example:
• Constant connection
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Interruption of GPRS data account
• Take advantage of full user control in the data
connections menu, establishing multiple
descriptions and accessing advanced settings
for GPRS.
When the user is browsing with a T630/T628 the
GPRS connection will be automatically disconnected when an incoming call is received. This is
the default behaviour. However, it is possible for
operators to customize the phone in such a way as
to ensure that the user is asked if they wish to
remain connected when an incoming call is
received.
Modem and AT commands
In the T630/T628, AT commands are used for:
The T630/T628 contains a complete GSM/GPRS
modem. This provides data and e-mail communication, as well as Internet/intranet access, for a
connected PC, PDA or handheld device. Once the
PC/PDA is connected to the phone using a cable,
Bluetooth wireless technology or infrared, and the
appropriate software is installed, the modem in the
phone works in a similar way to a PC Card modem,
or an external modem.
• controlling the data communication between
the PC and the remote service
• configuring and requesting settings and behaviours in the phone, from a connected PC or PDA
GSM data communication
The built-in data capability turns the phone into a
modem when connected to a PC/PDA. The T630/
T628 offers the user data connection anytime, anywhere, unmatched by fixed telephone networks.
Each GSM channel is divided into eight repeating
time slots. A normal GSM voice or data call is circuit switched, and only one time slot is used for
each call. The data speed is therefore limited to
9,600 bps.
GPRS enables constant connection and
high speed
With GPRS, the connection is maintained “constantly”, and data is transmitted in packets. Pricing
of GPRS can be dependent on the actual use of
bandwidth, which means very low cost when no
data is sent or received, while the phone remains
connected. When transmitting large amounts of
data, bandwidth can be increased automatically to
allow faster transmission speed, up to 85,600 bps
download speed.
High Speed Data gives a faster speed
High Speed Data (HSCSD) increases speeds for
circuit switched data by allowing the phone to use
a coding scheme with a high capacity, and to use
two time slots for receiving data. The download
speed is increased to up to 28,800 bps. The speed
for sending data is limited to 14,400 bps. The data
rate can be increased several times by the use of
rate adaption, interworking with ISDN. This also
provides additional features, such as quick call setup capability.
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AT commands support
On-line data mode
This section outlines the AT commands supported
by the T630/T628. The information here can be of
use for advanced users, to indicate the possibilities
they have to:
Allows “normal” operation of the built-in modem,
for exchanging data or facsimiles with a remote
modem.
• develop new communications software
On-line command mode
• add the T630/T628 to an application’s list of
compatible modems
For sending AT commands to the built-in modem
while remaining connected to a remote modem.
• adjust the settings of their mobile telephone and
modem
The AT commands are grouped as follows:
The modem in the T630/T628 supports the V.25ter
command set, which is the standard communication set used by modems.
The T630/T628 is compatible with industry de facto
extensions, ETSI 07.05, 07.07 and 07.10.
Overview of AT command functions
AT commands are used to configure the mobile telephone, to request information about the current
configuration or operational status of the mobile
phone, and to test availability and request the
range of valid parameters, when applicable, for an
AT command.
The built-in modem can be set to any one of three
modes of operation. These are:
Off-line command mode
The command mode for entry of AT commands,
when the device is first turned on.
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Control and Identification
Call Control
Interface Commands
Data Compression
Mode Management
Audio Control
Accessory Menus
Accessory Authentication
Voice Call Control
Accessory Identification
GSM DTE-DCE Interface Commands
GSM Call Control
GSM Data
GSM High Speed Circuit Switched Data
GSM Network Services
GSM USSD
GSM Facility Lock
GSM Mobile Equipment, Control and Status
GSM Mobile Equipment Error Control
GSM SMS and PDU Mode
GSM GPRS
GSM Phonebook
GSM Clock, Date and Alarm Handling
GSM Subscriber Identification
Ericsson Specific AT Commands for GSM
MMI Settings
Voice Control
OBEX
WAP Browser
Online Developer Resources
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will find all documentation and tools such as White
Papers, Developers Guidelines, SDK’s and API’s
etc. The developer web site also contains discussion forums monitored by our Sony Ericsson Devel-
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Tricks, example code, etc. To stay up to date on
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Ericsson developer support engineers via e-mail
with same-day response, five technical support
incidents as well as the ability to purchase more.
Sony Ericsson offers developers professional technical support services. The service can be purchased from the developer web portal, as part of
the Sony Ericsson Core and Core+ membership
packages or as single support queries. There are
two levels of support included in the memberships:.
The Priority E-mail Developer Support is an
annual support service included in the Core+ membership that equips professional developers with
everything they need to successfully develop
world-class applications for Sony Ericsson products. Developers get priority access to Sony Ericsson developer support engineers via e-mail with
fast response times and up to 50 technical support
incidents.
The Basic E-mail Developer Support is an annual
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Ericsson products. Developers get access to Sony
Infrared transceiver
• True wireless communication
• Low power consumption
• Secure data transmission with the IrDA DATA
standard
• Ability to send and receive e-mail and data on
the connected PC/PDA
• Ability to connect to the Internet or intranet/LAN
from the connected PC/PDA
• Ability to manage the phone book from a PC
• Exchange of business cards and calendar
events with vCard/vCalendar compatible
devices
• Exchange of ring signals between compatible
phones
Infrared communication creates a data link
between two communications devices through an
infrared beam of light. On the T630/T628, this link
is used to connect with desktop computers, PDAs,
Sony Ericsson handheld computers, laptop PCs,
other phones and other hardware supporting the
standard. The Infrared Data Association (IrDA) has
set the hardware and software standards that form
the infrared communication links. The T630/T628
complies with the IrMC 1.1 specification, which
defines how mobile telephony and communication
devices can exchange information. In the T630/
T628, the IrMC 1.1 specification is also used for
communication via a cable.
Key benefits of using the T630/T628 with its built-in
infrared transceiver:
Connection via infrared
tion, which means that data bits are sent one after
another in a long stream. The IrDA–SIR Data Link
Standard is a protocol that makes transmission of
data faultless.
IrDA is a point-to-point communication link
between two infrared ports. The infrared beam has
to be directed towards the target infrared port and
as long as the two infrared ports are within sight
and range, the devices exchange data. For optimal
performance, place the T630/T628 within 20cm
from the infrared port on the PC/PDA, or other
phone. An advantage of the necessary proximity of
devices is reduced risk of transmitting data to other
nearby devices. An infrared link is a serial connec-
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Connection via cable
The infrared connection is not always the best
solution when connecting to a PC/PDA. Indeed, it
is not always even possible. The DRS-11 cable and
the USB cable DCU-11 provides the same connectivity between the phone and another unit.
T630/T628
The DRS-11 cable supports a subset of the signals
in the RS-232 standard.
Chinese versions
Both versions also support the predictive text input
method T9™ Text Input. Predictive text input
makes it fast and easy to write text messages. It
works by searching a word database to anticipate
which word you are writing. You only have to press
each key once, even if the letter you want is not the
first letter on the key.
These mobile phones come in two different
Chinese versions, the T630 for Hong Kong,
Singapore, Malaysia and Taiwan, and the T628 for
mainland China. The only difference between these
Chinese versions is that they support different
languages and input methods.
Both versions contain a Lunar calendar.
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Facts and figures
*Subscription and/or network-dependent
A
Antenna connector, external for HF kits
Yes
B
Background light
Yes
Background pictures, pre-defined
Yes
Background pictures, downloadable
Yes, only limited by memory
Bluetooth wireless technology support
Yes, built-in
Bookmarks (URL memory)
Yes, (25)
Built-in antenna
Yes
Business card exchange
Yes
C
Call functions
Call counter
Yes, outgoing and total (not incoming)
Call barring*
Yes
Call divert*
Yes
Call hold*
Yes
Call list (last dialled, answered and missed
calls)
Yes, 30 entries
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Call screening*
Yes
Call time/call cost (a.k.a Advice of Charge,
Information/Charging)*
Yes
Call transfer*
Yes
Calling card service
Yes
Calling Line Identification (CLI)
Yes. Either as the number of the caller, or
as a picture, icon or personal ring signal
assigned to the number of the caller.
Conference calls*
Yes
Camera
Yes.
Chat
Yes, possible through My friends application
Clock
Yes, with automatic Time Zone*
Closed User Groups (CUG)*
Yes
Colour display
Yes, 65536 colours, 128x160 pixels
Connected Line Identity Presentation (COLP)
Yes
Contacts
Yes
Copyright protection
Yes, possible with copyright protection
via EMS, MMS, IR and Bluetooth.
CSD, Circuit Switched Data*
Yes
Date
Yes
Display light
Yes
EDGE (enhanced Data rates for Global Evolution)*
No
E-mail address storage
Yes
E-mail client
Yes, supporting IMAP4, POP3, SMTP.
EMS (Enhanced Messaging Service)*
Yes, with 30 pre-defined pictures, 15 predefined animations and 4 melodies.
External antenna connector
Yes
File system
Yes. At the purchase of the T630/T628
phone, there is up to 2.0 Mb of memory
space for own objects such as pictures,
sounds and themes. Customized kits
may vary.
Fixed Dialling Numbers (FDN)*
Yes
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Games
Yes, 4 pre-loaded and more games available for download at Sony Ericsson
Mobile Internet.
GPRS (General Packet Radio Services)*
Yes, up to 85,6 kbps (multislot class 8,
4+1 time slots)
H
High Speed Data (HSCSD)*
Yes, multislot class 2
I
Image browser
Yes. Gives access to pictures stored in
the phone.
Imaging support
Yes
Infrared port
Yes
Input methods
T9 Text Input, multitap alphabetic (GSM
standard)
J
Java
Yes
K
Keypad lock
Yes
L
Languages
45
M
Melody composer
Yes, Music DJ
Memory check
Yes, dynamic memory allocation: approx.
2.0 Mb
MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service)
Yes
Modem (data)
Yes, built-in (max. data rate 108,800 bit/
s.)
My friends
Yes
Navigation key
Yes, five-way
Notes
Yes, up to 10 – depending on size.
N
P
Personal management
Calculator
Yes
Calendar
Yes
Alarm clock with snooze function
Yes
Stopwatch
Yes
Timer
Yes
Code memo
Yes
Organizer
Yes
Phone book
Capacity
510 numbers in phone + SIM
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255
Maximum number of FDN read from the SIM
55
Phone book user groups
Yes, 10
Phone lock
Yes
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Pictures
Total storage capacity
Limited by the memory
Number of pre-loaded pictures
TBD
Possibility to download
Yes, storage capacity limited by memory
Possibility to create
Yes, storage capacity limited by memory
Picture editor
Yes, stand-alone picture editor facility.
Here the user can create new and edit
existing pictures (WBMP).
Picture phone book
Yes
Pictures, exchange
Yes, via EMS, MMS, infrared and Bluetooth wireless technology
Polyphonic ring signals
Yes, 32 voice
Predictive text input
Yes
Profiles
Yes, 7
Q
QuickShareTM
Yes
R
Re-dialling, automatic
Yes
Ring signals
S
Total storage capacity
Limited by the memory
Preloaded
24
Possibility to download
Yes, storage capacity only limited by the
memory
Possibility to compose
Yes, storage capacity only limited by the
memory
Exchange
Yes, via EMS, MMS, infrared and Bluetooth wireless technology
Screen saver
Yes
Silent mode
Yes
Silent mode: activation
Long “C”
SIM relative features
SIM voltage
3V and 5V
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Number of networks that the handset can
manage on the SIM card
60
SDN support
Yes, 15. Located in Phonebook menu/
Special numbers/ Service numbers
SIM Application Toolkit*
Yes
SIM card copy
Yes
SIM card lock
Yes (support of GID 1 and GID 2)
Sleep mode
Yes
SMS (Short Message Service)*
Yes
SMS, long messages (a.k.a. concatenated
SMS)*
Yes, up to 10 messages of 160 characters each.
SMS Cell Broadcast*
Yes
SMS counter
Yes
SMS templates
Yes, up to 10 templates of 30 characters
each
Sony Top 10
Yes
Sound browser
Yes. Gives the user access to sounds
stored in the phone.
Sound handling
Yes (iMelody, AMR and MIDI)
Speaker phone
No
Speech coding
Enhanced, Full and Half Rate. AMR supported where available.
Speed dialling
Yes
Start-up/Shutdown shows
Yes
Status menu
Yes
Swatch Internet Time
No
Synchronization with PC
Yes, via RS232 cable, USB, infrared and
Bluetooth wireless technology
SyncML
Yes
Themes, pre-loaded
Yes, 4
Themes, downloadable
Yes, limited only by memory
Themes, exchange
Yes, via MMS, infrared and Bluetooth
wireless technology
Two Line Service (a.k.a Alternate Line Service,
ALS)
Yes
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USB protocol support
T630/T628
No, but through the DCU-10 accessory
(USB to System Connector cable + drivers) you can get the USB functionality,
though not charging
USB physical interface support
No, only with accessory
Connection to a PC USB port
No, only with accessory
Battery recharging through USB port
No
Maximum data rate through USB port (bit/s)
46080
Vibrating modes
Yes
Vibrating only
Yes
Vibrating then ringing
No
Vibrating + ringing
Yes
Voice recognition
Yes, dialling, answering and rejecting
with HF, redial, switch profile, record/play
memos and “magic word”. Maximum
contacts: 34.
Voice command
Yes, maximum number of functions: 6
Voice coding
Yes
Voice memo
Yes, the total time is only limited by the
memory. The maximum number of voice
memos is 20. Voice memos cannot be
used as ring signals.
WAP browser
Yes, WAP 2.0 browser with support for
XHTML and CHTML.
WTLS for added WAP security*
Yes, WTLS class 1, 2, 3 and signText
Network-dependent features
SMS and EMS messaging
The T630/T628 is capable of sending and receiving
SMS and EMS messages, and linked messages.
• A Service Centre (SC) acts as a storage and forwarding centre. The T630/T628 also supports
using SMS as a bearer type for connecting to
WAP.
• With the Short Message Service, a user can
send text messages containing up to 160 characters to and from GSM mobile stations
• SMS consists of two basic services:
• Mobile Originated SMS
• With the linked SMS, the user can link up to 10
SMS messages together to create a longer
message (network-dependent service)
• Mobile Terminated SMS
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Fixed dialling and Restricted calls
For Mobile Originated SMS, an SMS message is
sent from a Mobile Station to the SMS-C where it is
forwarded to its destination. This can be another
Mobile Station, or a terminal in the fixed network.
A Mobile Terminated SMS is when an SMS message is forwarded from the SMS-C to a Mobile Station. When the Mobile Station receives the
message, it returns a delivery report saying the
transfer was successful.
For a company or an organization, it can be useful
to restrict phone calls. Fixed Dialling allows the
user to preset a number of digits, for example area
codes. This restricts the user to making calls only
to numbers which use the preset digits as leading
digits. Fixed Dialling makes use of the PIN2, and it
requires fixed dial fields on the SIM card.
The Restrict Calls service allows the user to block
outgoing or incoming calls in certain situations, for
example international calls.
SIM application toolkit
The SIM Application Toolkit (SIM AT) is a smart
card-centric method of deploying programs that
apply only to GSM and to SMS and USSD transports. Programs must be distributed on smart
cards. For an operator, a company or service provider, SIM AT offers a powerful way to deploy programs and services to users, without the need for
new or upgraded equipment. All necessary setup
and programming is distributed to users over the
air, directly to their phones. In the T630/T628, a
separate menu is available for functions residing on
the SIM card. These can include submenus for
controlling functions, and also functions which
allow the phone to initiate calls, send data, and display information to the user.
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SIM AT services supported by the T630/T628
Service
Mode
Support
CALL CONTROL
Yes
CELL BROADCAST DOWNLOAD
Yes
DISPLAY TEXT
bit 1:
bit 8:
GET INKEY
bit 1:
bit 2:
bit 3:
Text of up to 240 characters (120 ucs2 coded).
Yes
0 = normal priority
Yes
1 = high priority
Yes
0 = clear message after a delay
Yes
1 = wait for user to clear message
Yes
General: The GET_INKEY requires that the user
confirms his/her choice
Yes
0 = digits (0-9, *, # and +) only
Yes
1 = alphabet set
Yes
0 = SMS default alphabet
Yes
1 = UCS2 alphabet
Yes
0 = character sets defined by bit 1 and bit 2 are
enabled
Yes
Yes
1 = character sets defined by bit 1 and bit 2 are
disabled and the Yes/No response is requested
GET INPUT
General: No. of hidden input characters
bit 1:
bit 2:
bit 3:
bit 4:
bit 8:
20
0 = digits (0-9, *, # and +) only
Yes
1 = alphabet set
Yes
0 = SMS default alphabet
Yes
1 = UCS2 alphabet
Yes
0 = ME may echo user input on the display
Yes
1 = user input not to be revealed in any way (see
note)
Yes
0 = user input to be in unpacked format
Yes
1 = user input to be in SMS packed format
Yes
0 = no help information available
Yes
1 = help information available
No
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Service
Mode
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Support
LAUNCH BROWSER
Yes
MORE TIME
Yes
PLAY TONE
Yes
POLLING OFF
Yes
POLL INTERVAL
Yes
PROVIDE LOCAL INFORMATION
REFRESH
'00' = Location Information (MCC, MNC, LAC
and Cell Identity)
Yes
'01' = IMEI of the ME
Yes
'02' = Network Measurement results
Yes
'03' = Date, time and time zone (DTTinPLI)
Yes
'04' - Language setting
Yes
'05' - Timing setting
Yes
General: The reset option requests the user to
wait while the phone restarts
Yes
'00' =SIM Initialization and Full File Change
Notification
Yes
'01' = File Change Notification
Yes
'02' = SIM Initialization and File Change Notification
Yes
'03' = SIM Initialization
Yes
'04' = SIM Reset
Yes
SELECT ITEM
Yes
SEND DTMF
Yes
SEND SHORT MESSAGE
bit 1:
0 = packing not required
Yes
1 = SMS packing by the ME required
Yes
SEND SS
Yes
SEND USSD
Yes
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Service
Mode
Support
SET UP CALL
General: Capability configuration
Yes
Set-up speech call CallParty
Subaddress DTMF support
No
'00' = set up call, but only if not currently busy
on another call
Yes
'01' = set up call, but only if not currently busy
on another call, with re-dial
Yes
'02' = set up call, putting all other calls (if any)
on hold
Yes
'03' = set up call, putting all other calls (if any)
on hold, with re-dial
Yes
'04' = set up call, disconnecting all other calls (if
any)
Yes
'05' = set up call, disconnecting all other calls (if
any), with re-dial
Yes
'00' = MT call
Yes
'01' = Call connected
Yes
'02' = Call disconnected
Yes
'03' = Location status
Yes
'04' = User activity
No
'05' = Idle screen available
Yes
'06' = Card reader status
Not
Applicable
'07' = Language selection
Yes
'08' = Browser termination
Yes
'09' = Data available
No
'OA' = Channel status
No
SET UP EVENT LIST
Yes
SET UP IDLE MODE TEXT
Yes, 1
row of
text is
supported
SET UP MENU
Yes
SMS PP DOWNLOAD
Yes
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User interaction with SIM AT
Display text
Select item
Text of up to 240 characters (120 UCS coded) is
supported. Text clearing times are 5-20 seconds
and a 60-second time-out limit for the user to clear
the text.‘Key’ responses:
Scroll to highlight item for selection. ‘Key’
responses:
• ‘Long Back’ – Proactive session terminated by
user.
• ‘Back’ – Backward move in proactive session.
Any other key clears display if the command is performed successfully.
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Navigation key press down– Scroll down list.
Navigation key press up– Scroll up list.
Long ‘Back’ terminates proactive session.
‘Back’ – Backward move in proactive session.
‘OK’– Command performed successfully.
Send short message
Default message “Sending message, please wait”
can be replaced for the Alpha Identifier text, or suppressed completely if a null text is provided.
Default responses are “MESSAGE FAILED” or
“MESSAGE SENT”. ‘Key’ responses:
Get inkey
Prompt for a one-character input. Pressing ‘Ok’
without entering a character gives warning message “Minimum 1 character”. ‘Key’ responses:
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• Long ‘Back’ or ‘Back’ ends the proactive session.
‘C’ clears current character.
‘Long Back’ terminates the proactive session.
‘Back’ – Backward move in proactive session.
‘OK’ – Command performed successfully.
Set up call
Get input
• Digits Only – 160 characters
• SMS default alphabet characters – 160 characters
• Hidden Characters (digits only) – 20characters
If the ME is on a call when the command ‘Set up
Call’, ‘putting all other calls on hold' is sent, the
user will see the text 'Setting up a call current call
will be held'. If ‘OK’ is pressed the current call will
be put on hold and the new call set up. If the ME is
on a call when the command ‘Set Up Call, disconnecting all other calls’ is sent, the user will see the
text ‘Setting up a call current call will be disconnected’. If the ‘OK’ key is pressed the current call
will be disconnected and the new call set up.
‘Key’ responses:
Set up menu
Prompt for character input. The phone will refuse to
accept further input when maximum response
length is exceeded. MMI Maximum Response
lengths
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Incorporates a SIM Application Toolkit Menu Item
into the ME’s main menu structure. From the
standby display the right or left arrow buttons can
be pressed to select the Menu Items.
‘C’ clears current character.
‘Long Back’ terminates the proactive session.
‘Back’ – Backward move in proactive session.
‘OK’ – Command performed successfully.
If an Alpha Identifier is supplied in the Set Up Menu
command, this is used as the SIM AT entry in the
ME’s main menu. If no alpha identifier is supplied
and several items are found in the menu, a default
title is used. If the SIM AT Menu Item is selected by
pressing ‘Select’ all the items sent in the Set Up
Menu command will be available for selection, in
the same way as the Select Item command.
Refresh
When a refresh command is executed by the
phone, it requests the user to wait while the phone
restarts. A notification will be made if it is
demanded that the SIM card initializes again.
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Security and M-commerce technical data
Feature
Support in the T630/T628 for m-commerce
Dual-slot
No
Associated with a STK card,
allowing ISO B0' bank card
payments
If separate card, no
Associated with a STK card,
allowing EMV bank card payments
If separate card, no
Certified by the “GIE Carte
Bancaire”
If separate card, no
WIM support
If separate card, no
Ability to use a WIM application embedded on a SIM/
USIM card
Yes
WIM application embedded
on a SIM/USIM card the
default WIM application
Yes
Number of smart card readers in the handset
1
Provisioning of the following
SATK commands: Perform
Card APDU, Power Off Card,
Power On Card, Get Reader
Status
No
Release of SIM Application
Toolkit supported
R99 with exceptions (missing AT commands, for example “Launch
browser” and “Show icon” – still under investigation)
Information to the user while
in secured mode (WTLS)
Yes, via icon
Is an incoming class 2 SMS
transferred to the SIM even
when another application (a
browser) is running?
Yes
Access to the WIM
WIM can only be accessed by native applications, e.g. the browser
Terminology and abbreviations
3GPP
3rd Generation Partnership Project.
AMR
Adaptive Multi Rate. Audio format for speech
sounds.
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CLDC
Connected Limited Device Configuration. A J2ME
configuration aimed at, for example, mobile
phones.
API
Application Programming Interface.
ASP
Active Server Page. Server technology that generates WAP pages dynamically.
DRM
Digital Rights Management.
Bearer
The method for accessing WAP from the phone, for
example GSM Data (CSD) and SMS.
bFTP
binary File Transfer Protocol.
Bluetooth
Bluetooth wireless technology is a secure, fast,
point-to-multipoint radio connection technology. It
is a specification for a small-form factor, low-cost
radio solution providing links between mobile computers, mobile phones and other portable handheld
devices, and connection to the Internet. For more
information, http://www.bluetooth.com.
GSM
Global System for Mobile Communications. GSM
is the world’s most widely-used digital mobile
phone system, now operating in over 100 countries
around the world, particularly in Europe and AsiaPacific.
HTTP
Hyper Text Transfer Protocol.
IDE
Integrated Development Environment
J2ME
Java 2 Platform, Micro Edition. A Java platform targeting “micro” devices with small processors and
memory capacities, such as mobile phones, communicators and PDAs.
Bookmark
A URL and header/title stored in the phone.
Browsing session
The period from the first access of content until the
termination of the connection.
JAD
Java Application Descriptor (file).
Calling Line Identification (CLI)
Shows the number of the caller, or a picture
assigned to the number of the caller in the mobile
phone display. Not all numbers can be displayed.
Network-dependent service.
JAR
Java Archive (file).
LAN
Local Area Network.
Card
A single WML unit of navigation and user interface.
May contain information to present to the user,
instructions for gathering user input, etc.
ME
Mobile Equipment.
CDMA
Code division Multiple Access. A generic term that
describes a wireless air interface based on code
division multiple access technology.
Micro browser
Accesses and displays Internet content in a mobile
phone, using small file sizes and the bandwidth of
the wireless-handheld network.
CDC
Connected Device Configuration. A J2ME configuration aimed at, for example, PDAs.
MIDP
Mobile Information Device Profile. A J2ME profile
connected to the CLDC configuration and aimed at
mobile phones.
CHTML
MMI
Man-Machine Interface.
Compact Hyper Text Markup Language.
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MS
Mobile Station.
SS
Supplementary Services.
MT
Mobile Termination.
SyncML
An open standard for synchronization of all devices
and applications over any network.
OTA
Over-the Air Configuration. To provide settings for
the phone by way of sending an SMS message
over the network to the phone. This reduces the
need for the user to configure the phone manually.
TCP/IP
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol.
UMTS
Universal Mobile Telecommunications System. The
telecommunications system, incorporating mobile
cellular and other functionality, that is the subject of
standards produced by 3GPP.
PDA
Personal Digital Assistant.
PDP
Packet Data Protocol.
URL
Uniform Resource Locator.
Phone book
A memory in the mobile phone or SIM card where
phone numbers can be stored and accessed by
name or position.
USSD
Unstructured Supplementary Services Data.
VAD
Voice Activated Dialling.
PIM
Personal Information Management.
VAS
Value Added Service.
SC
Service Centre (for SMS).
vCalendar
vCalendar defines a transport and platform-independent format for exchanging calendar and
scheduling information for use in PIMs/PDAs and
group schedulers. vCalendar is specified by IETF.
Service provider
A company that provides services and subscriptions to mobile phone users.
SI
Service Indication.
SL
Service Loading.
SIM card
Subscriber Identity Module card – a card that must
be inserted in any GSM-based mobile phone. It
contains subscriber details, security information
and memory for a personal directory of numbers.
The card can be a small plug-in type or credit cardsized, but both types have the same functions. The
T630/T628 uses the small plug-in card.
SMS
Short Message Service. Allows messages of up to
160 characters to be sent and received via the network operator's message centre to a mobile
phone.
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vCard
vCard automates the exchange of personal information typically found on a traditional business
card, for use in applications such as Internet mail,
voice mail, WAP browsers, telephony applications,
call centres, video conferences, PIMs /PDAs, pagers, fax, office equipment, and smart cards. vCard
is specified by IETF.
WAE
Wireless Application Environment.
WAP
Wireless Application Protocol. Handheld devices,
low bandwidth, binary coded, a deck/card metaphor to specify a service. A card is typically a unit
of interaction with the user, that is, either presentation of information or request for information from
the user. A collection of cards is called a deck,
which usually constitutes a service.
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WAP service
A WML application residing on a WAP site.
WMLScript
WMLScript can be used to enhance the functionality of a service, just as, for example, JavaScript
may be utilized in HTML. It makes it possible to
add procedural logic and computational functions
to WAP-based services.
WBMP
WAP Bitmap.
WSP
Wireless Session Protocol.
WBXML
Wireless Binary Extensible Markup Language.
WTLS
Wireless Transport Layer Security.
WDP
Wireless Datagram Protocol.
WWW
World Wide WAP.
WML
Wireless Markup Language. A markup language
used for authoring services, fulfilling the same purpose as HyperText Markup Language (HTML) does
on the World Wide WAP (WWW). In contrast to
HTML, WML is designed to fit small handheld
devices.
XML
Extensible Markup Language.
WAP Application
A collection of WML cards, with the new context
attribute set in the entry card.
XHTML
Extensible HyperText Markup Language.
Related information
Documents
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The T630/T628 User’s Guide
Sony Ericsson T630/T628 FAQ
AT Command Reference Manual
WAP June2000 (WAP 2.0) Specification
Software
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XTNDConnect PC For Ericsson can be
downloaded from http://www.SonyEricsson.com.
• XTNDConnect PC, upgraded version from
Extended Systems Inc.
http://www.gprsworld.com/
http://www.extendedsystems.com/
http://www.bluetooth.com/
http://www.imc.org/
http://www.3gpp.org/
http://www.irda.org/
http://www.etsi.fr/
http://www.wapforum.org/
http://www.imc.org/pdi/
http://www.syncml.org/
http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml-basic/
Trademarks and acknowledgements
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Links
The link to Sony Ericsson Developer World is:
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http://www.SonyEricsson.com/developer
Other important links are:
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• http://www.SonyEricsson.com/
• http://www.SonyEricsson.com/
• http://wap.SonyEricsson.com/
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BLUETOOTH is a trademark owned by the
Bluetooth SIG, Inc. The IrDA Feature Trademark is owned by the Infrared Data Association and is used under licence there from.
Microsoft, Windows, Windows CE and Windows NT are registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
Pentium is a registered trademark or trademark of Intel.
Palm, PalmPilot and Palm OS are trademarks or registered trademarks of Palm Inc.
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subsidiaries.
T9 is a registered trademark of Tegic
Communications.
XTNDConnect is a trademark of Extended
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Systems Inc.
XHTML™ is a registered trademark of the
W3C.
Technical specifications
The consumer pack includes:
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Mobile Phone T630/T628
Battery
Travel Charger
CD containing Windows SW package for the
phone;
Extended Systems XTNDConnect Server synchronization, Sony Ericsson applications to create and manage content in the mobile phone,
Connection Wizard to create dial-up connections for CSD, HSCSD, GPRS.
• User’s guide, including Battery Information
• Accessory leaflet
• Service and Support Leaflet
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General technical data
Product name
T630/T628
System
Tri-band. GSM phase 2 recommendations. GSM 900 (3GPP TS 51.0101), GSM 1800 (3GPP TS 51.010-1) and GSM 1900 (NATWG 03), e-GSM
supported
Speech coding
Enhanced, Full and Half Rate. AMR supported where available for high
speech quality
SIM card
Small plug-in card, 3 V and 5V type
Type number
1021012-BV and 1021012-CN
Exterior description
Size
102x43x17 mm with battery
Weight
92,5 grams with battery
Display
Full graphical display TFD (active-matrix) 128 x 160 pixels
65536 colours
16 bits/pixel depth.
Pixel size: 0.222x0.222mm: 1.8” panel
Colour depth: 16 bits represented by two byte (5 bits red, 6 bits green
and 5 bits blue)
1st Byte D7-d0: R4R3R2R1R0G5G4G3
2nd Byte D7-d0: G2G1G0B4B3B2B1B0
Response time (black to white) <100ms
1) Type: graphical
Resolution: 128 x BGRx 160 pixels.
Size: Minimum viewing area: 30 x 37.1mm
Technology: TFT LCD, 65536 colours
Colours displayed together: 65536 colours
Size (lines): 9
Backlight colour: 1
Fonts: 3
Antenna
Built-in
Text size
1
Colours
1
Battery
Li-Polymer Battery BST-14 (770 mAh)
Network LED
No
Exchangeable covers
No
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Keypad
T630/T628
5-way navigation key, 18 keys, volume keys, camera key, power button,
Web access key.
Keypad lock: from standby, Lock keys in More list. It is also possible to
select Auto key lock in the Settings menu.
Use of several keys simultaneously (e.g. for games) is possible.
Ambient temperatures
Operating
Max: +50×C, Min -10×C
Storage
Max: +85×C, Min -40×C
Charging
Max: +45×C, Min +4×C
Supported Man-Machine Interface (MMI) languages
Depending on software in the phone, these languages are supported:
Albanian (SQ), Arabic (AR), Brazilian Portuguese (PB), Bulgarian (BG), Canadian French (CF), Czech (CS),
Croatian (HR), Danish (DA), Dutch (NL), English (EN), Estonian (ET), Farsi (FA), Finnish (FI), French (FR),
German (DE), Greek (EL), Hebrew (IW), Hungarian (HU), Indonesian-Bahasar (IN), Italian (IT), Latin
American Spanish (XL), Latvian (LV), Lithuanian (LT), Malay (MS), Norwegian (NO), Philippine-Tagalog (TL),
Polish (PL), Portuguese (PT), Romanian (RO), Russian (RU), Serbian (SR), Sesotho (ST), Slovakian (SK),
Slovenian (SL), Spanish (ES), Swedish (SV), Thai (TH), Turkish (TR), US English (AE), Vietnamese (VI), Zulu
(ZU).
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Current consumption, talk and standby times
Dimension
Value in GSM 900
Transmission current
74 mA (min)
215 mA (max)
Standby current
2,45 mA (min), (paging rate 9, 1 neighbour present)
4,5 mA (max), (paging rate 2, 16 neighbours present)
Talk time
Up to 9 hrs
Standby time
Up to 300 hrs
Speech coding
Dimension
Full rate
Enhanced full rate
Type
RPE/LPC with LTP
ACELP
Bit rate
13.0 Kbp/s
12.2 Kbp/s
Frame duration
20 ms
20 ms
Block length
260 bits
244 bits
Class 1 bits
182 bits
Class 2 bits
78 bits
Cell broadcast service
Feature
User notification of the reception of a CB
message
Message displayed on screen
Handling of reception of several unread messages
The messages are queued in order to be read in the
same order they were received.
Support of all CMBI from 0 to 4096
Yes
File support
CBMI and CBMID
Support CB SIM data download
Yes
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Feature
Support of all applicable Data Coding
Scheme values as defined in 3G TS 23.038
V3.3.0 (with the exception of Language preference)
Yes
Ability to display in a understandable way a
message with a DCS “language unspecified”
whatever language is set in the SIM card
Yes
Ability to extract a phone number or short
number of a CB message to re-use it
Yes
Support of multi-page CB-messages
Yes
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Short message service
Feature
Support in the T630/T628
SMS Service Centre Number
It is possible to pre-record the SMS Service Centre
Number.
Pictures
It is possible to insert a picture or an icon into the text
message. EMS compliant mobile handsets will be able
to see the picture correctly.
Input methods
Predictive text input or multitap
Reply to messages
It is possible to reply to received messages by SMS,
phone call,...
Message creation methods support
Predictive writing or multitap
Copy, cut and paste words
No
Teaching of predictive words that are not
in the predictive dictionary
Yes
Possibilities when creating a message:
save a sent message in a “Sent items”
folder or a “SIM archive” folder
Yes
insert a line in the message
Yes
assign a validity period to the message
Yes
print via IrDA
No
use pre-defined messages
Yes
Possibilities when receiving a message:
reply to the sender
Yes (only to the sender, not to all or part of the message
recipients)
resend the message
Yes
forward the message
Yes
save the message in the “SIM archive”
Yes
get delivery time and date
Yes
print via IrDA
No
Possibilities of the previously sent message:
delivery report of the message
Yes
forward the message
Yes
save the message in the “SIM archive” or
“Sent items” folders
Yes
know the remaining capacity storage
Yes
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Feature
print via IrDA
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Support in the T630/T628
No
Possibilities of the previously received message:
reply to the sender
Yes (only to the sender, not to all or part of the message
recipients)
save the message in the “SIM archive”
Yes
forward the message
Yes
know the remaining capacity storage
Yes
Supported ways for replying to a received
SMS:
via SMS
Yes
via phone call (set up a call to the number
contained in the message body)
Yes
via WAP call (go to the WAP address
contained in the message body)
Yes
via USSD session
No
Possibility to offer the user the ability of
sending an SMS to a list of recipients
Yes, using Phone Book groups or by adding more
recipients
Possibility to write an e-mail address as a
recipient address
Yes, if SMS type=e-mail
SMS storage
In the SIM and in the handset.
Nokia Picture Messaging
Yes
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Enhanced message service
Feature
Support in the T630/T628
Level of compliance supported by the
handset regarding the specifications
described in release 99.
Enhanced Messaging Service (EMS) according to the
standard 3GPP TS 23.040 v4.3.0, with the addition of
the ODI feature from 3GPP TS 23.040 v5.0.0.
Number of messages that the handset is
able to handle to generate a concatenated
message
10
Capacity storage
70 in the handset + SIM (30) maximum 100
Outgoing messages
It is possible to...
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see how many short messages an EMS message
consists of before sending it.
choose whether to send the message or not after
writing it.
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Incoming messages
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A signal is heard once all parts of the message have
been received or when a timeout occurs.
It is possible to re-use the content of an EMS message. Sounds, pictures, animations and text formatting can be aved in the terminal and then inserted in
a new message, if the object is not protected using
ODI.
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Concatenated messages
A receipt is received in the handset when all parts of a
concatenated message have been delivered.
Attachments
It is possible to attach pictures, animations and sounds
to an EMS message.
Text formatting
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Sounds
Chimes high, chimes low, ding, tada, notify, drum, claps,
fanfare, chords high, chords low.
I-melody
Yes, version 1.2.
Melodies
It is possible to....
Centred, left and right aligned text.
Small, normal and large font size.
Bold, italic, underlined and strikethrough style.
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send and receive melodies via EMS. If the melodies
are not protected by copyright.
download melodies and commercial tunes from
WAP/WAP portals.
create melodies on WAP/WAP portals.
Music DJ in the terminal only supports MIDI-format
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WBMP
Yes
Picture sizes
16x16 mm, 32x32 mm, variable size receipts in black
and white.
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Pictures
It is possible to...
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Animations
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edit and create pictures by using the phone keypad.
send and receive pictures via EMS. If the pictures
are not protected by copyright.
create pictures on WAP/WAP portals.
download pictures from WAP/WAP portals.
receive pictures in enhanced messages originated
by service providers.
The handset supports the following animations: I am
ironic, I am glad, I am sceptic, I am sad, WOW!, I am crying. I am winking, I am laughing, I am indifferent, I am in
love, I am confused, Tongue hanging out, I am angry,
Wearing glasses, Devil.
It is possible to...
•
TP-PID field value given by the handset
before sending an EMS message
send and receive animations.
0x00
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Multimedia message service
Feature
Support in the T630/T628
MMS/CSD parameters and MMS/GPRS
parameters placement
MMS is bound to a WAP profile. A WAP profile is
bound to a Data Account. A Data Account contains
either CSD parameters or GPRS parameters.
Possibility to pre-configure the MMS parameters in factory
•
•
MMS/CSD: Yes
MMS/GPRS: Yes
Possibility to configure the MMS parameters
by OTA provisioning
•
•
MMS/CSD: Yes
MMS/GPRS: Yes
Possibility for all the parameters from the
parameters set to be OTA provisioned at the
same time
•
•
MMS/CSD: Yes
MMS/GPRS: Yes
Possibility for only one parameter from the
parameters set to be OTA provisioned
•
•
MMS/CSD: No
MMS/GPRS: No
OTA provisioning solution
OTA specified by Sony Ericsson and Nokia
MMS User Agent functional entity will be a
separate entity from WAP browser:
Yes
MMS User Agent support
WAP WTA, WAP UAProf and WTA Public.
Supplier indication of realized inter operability tests between its MMS User Agent and
MMS Relay/Server from other suppliers
Yes
Support of a standard or a proprietary procedure for OTA provisioning of MMS parameters
Proprietary
Functionalities that the user is able to set
during message composition:
•
•
•
•
•
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message subject
MSISDN recipient address
e-mail recipient address
message Cc recipient(s) address(es)
delivery report request
read-reply report request
message priority
From where can the user insert multimedia
elements into multimedia messages:
•
•
terminal memory
directly from camera
Supplier indication if MMS User Agent will be
able to handle a network-based address
book
No
Possibility for sent messages to be memorized into a folder in handset memory
Yes
Actions that the user can perform after message notification:
•
•
•
retrieve the message immediately
defer message retrieval
reject message
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Actions that the user can perform after message retrieval:
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Multimedia codecs/formats supported for
audio
AMR,
Multimedia codecs/formats supported for
video
None
Multimedia codecs/formats supported for
image
Baseline JPEG, wbmp, GIF 89a
MMS User Agent provides:
•
•
reply to the sender of the message
reply to the sender and to Cc people
forward the message
delete the message
save message into terminal
text formatting facilities (only textsize)
coloured text/background (Viewer/player supports coloured text and background.)
predictive writing
•
Supported formats for message presentation:
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message body + attachments (e-mail presentation)
SMIL version as described in “Nokia/Ericsson
MMS Conformance document
(not WML and SMIL 2.0 Boston)
•
Maximum message size that can be handled
by the handset for message
Unlimited
Possibility to configure unconditional message modification (such as media modification in messages)
Yes
MMS User Agent will report problems to user
in case of:
•
message not sent causes no user subscription to
service, if included in ResponseText (please see
WAP209)
message not sent causes required functionality
not supported by MMS Relay/Server, if included
in ResponseText (please see WAP209)
message not sent causes insufficient credit (in
case of prepaid charging), if included in ResponseText (please see WAP209)
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•
Instant messaging/ Chat
Feature
Support in the T630/T628
Support of instant messaging
Yes
Chat
Possible through My friends application
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Bluetooth technical data
Dimension
Support in the T630/T628
Bluetooth capability statement
This product is manufactured to meet Bluetooth Specification 1.0b
and is designed to work with V1 devices.
Bluetooth functions
Dial-up Networking Profile
File Transfer Profile
Generic Access Profile
Generic Object Exchange Profile
Headset Profile
Object Push Profile
Serial Port Profile
Synchronization Profile
Basic Imaging Profile
Handsfree Profile
Connectable devices
All products supporting Bluetooth spec. 1,0b or 1.1 and at least one
of the above profiles.
Coverage area
Up to 10 metres (33 feet)
Transmission power
1mW (0dBm)
Frequency band
2.4 GHz - the unlicensed ISM band
Power consumption
Standby current: < 0.3 mA
Voice mode: 10-35 mA
Data mode average: 5 mA [0.3-30 mA, 20 kbps, 25%]
Data transmission rate
up to 108 kbps with one time slot
Specific commands working
with the SIM card
No
Support of multipoint connections
No
Performance and technical characteristics
Dimension
GSM 900/E-GSM
900
GSM 1800
GSM 1900
Frequency range
TX: 880 – 914 MHz
RX: 925 – 959 MHz
TX: 1710 – 1785
RX: 1805 – 1880
TX: 1850 – 1910
RX: 1930 – 1990
Channel spacing
200 kHz
200 kHz
200 kHz
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GSM 900/E-GSM
900
GSM 1800
GSM 1900
Number of channels
174 Carriers *8
(TDMA)
374 Carriers *8
(TDMA)
299 Carriers *8
(TDMA)
Modulation
GMSK
GMSK
GMSK
TX Phase Accuracy
< 5º RMS Phase
error (burst)
< 5º RMS Phase error
(burst)
< 5º RMS Phase
error (burst)
Duplex spacing
45 MHz
95 MHz
80 MHz
Frequency stability
+/- 0.1
+/- 0.1
+/- 0.1
Voltage operation (nominal)
3.6 Volts
3.6 Volts
3.6 Volts
Transmitter RF power output
33 dBm Class 4 (2W
peak)
30 dBm Class 1 (1W
peak)
30 dBm Class 1 (1W
peak)
Transmitter Output impedance
50 W
50 W
50 W
Transmitter Spurious emission
< -36 dBm up to 1
GHz
< -30 dBm over 1
GHz
(according to GSM
spec.)
< - 30 dBm
(according to GSM
spec.)
< - 30 dBm
(according to GSM
spec.)
Receiver RF level
Better than – 102
dBm
– 102 dBm
– 102 dBm
Receiver RX Bit error rate
< 2.4%
< 2.4%
< 2.4%
Tone and percussion maps in the T630/T628
The T630/T628 has a tone bank of 128 (0-127) sampled instruments. The instruments are complemented
by 47 percussion sounds, see table number two. Echo effects are possible.
Tone map
GM
Poly
GM Tone Map
GM
Poly
0
1
Acoustic Grand Piano
65
1
Alto Sax
1
1
Bright Acoustic Piano
66
1
Tenor Sax
2
2
Electric Grand Piano
67
1
Baritone Sax
3
2
Honky-tonk Piano
68
1
Oboe
4
1
Electric Piano 1
69
1
English Horn
5
1
Electric Piano 2
70
1
Bassoon
6
1
Harpsichord
71
1
Clarinet
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GM
Poly
GM Tone Map
GM
Poly
7
1
Clavi
72
1
Piccolo
8
1
Celesta
73
1
Flute
9
1
Glockenspiel
74
1
Recorder
10
2
Music Box
75
1
Pan Flute
11
1
Vibraphone
76
2
Blown Bottle
12
1
Marimba
77
2
Shakuhachi
13
1
Xylophone
78
1
Whistle
14
1
Tubular Bells
79
1
Ocarina
15
2
Dulcimer
80
2
Lead 1 (square)
16
2
Drawbar Organ
81
2
Lead 2 (sawtooth)
17
2
Percussive Organ
82
2
Lead 3 (calliope)
18
2
Rock Organ
83
2
Lead 4 (chiff)
19
2
Church Organ
84
2
Lead 5 (charang)
20
1
Reed Organ
85
2
Lead 6 (voice)
21
2
Accordion
86
2
Lead 7 (fifths)
22
1
Harmonica
87
2
Lead 8 (bass + lead)
23
2
Tango Accordion
88
2
Pad 1 (new age)
24
1
Acoustic Guitar (nylon)
89
2
Pad 2 (warm)
25
1
Acoustic guitar (steel)
90
2
Pad 3 (polysynth)
26
1
Electric Guitar (Jazz)
91
2
Pad 4 (choir)
27
1
Electric Guitar (clean)
92
2
Pad 5 (bowed)
28
1
Electric Guitar (muted)
93
2
Pad 6 (metallic)
29
1
Overdriven Guitar
94
2
Pad 7 (halo)
30
1
Distortion Guitar
95
2
Pad 8 (sweep)
31
1
Guitar Harmonics
96
2
Fx1 (rain)
32
1
Acoustic Bass
97
2
Fx2 (soundtrack)
33
1
Electric Bass (finger)
98
2
Fx3 (crystal)
34
1
Electric Bass (pick)
99
2
Fx4 (atmosphere)
35
1
Fretless Bass
100
2
Fx5 (brightness)
36
1
Slap Bass 1
101
2
Fx6 (goblins)
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GM
Poly
GM Tone Map
GM
Poly
37
1
Slap Bass 2
102
2
Fx7 (echoes)
38
1
Synth Bass 1
103
2
Fx8 (sci-fi)
39
1
Synth Bass 2
104
1
Sitar
40
1
Violin
105
1
Banjo
41
1
Viola
106
1
Shamisen
42
1
Cello
107
1
Koto
43
1
Contrabass
108
1
Kalimba
44
1
Tremolo Strings
109
2
Bag pipe
45
1
Pizziano Strings
110
2
Fiddle
46
1
Orchestral Harp
111
1
Shanai
47
1
Timpani
112
1
Tinkle Bell
48
1
String Ensemble 1
113
1
Agogo
49
1
String Ensemble 2
114
2
Steel Drums
50
1
Synth String 1
115
1
Woodblock
51
2
Synth String 2
116
1
Taiko Drum
52
1
Choir Aahs
117
1
Melodic Tom
53
1
Voice Oohs
118
2
Synth Drum
54
2
Synth Voice
119
1
Reverse Cymbal
55
2
Orchestra Hit
120
1
Guitar Fret Noise
56
1
Trumpet
121
1
Breath Noise
57
1
Trombone
122
2
Seashore
58
1
Tuba
123
1
Bird Tweet
59
1
Muted Trumpet
124
1
Telephone Ring
60
2
French Horn
125
1
Helicopter
61
1
Brass Section
126
2
Applause
62
2
Synth Brass 1
127
1
Gunshot
63
2
Synth Brass 2
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Percussion map
No.
Percussion name
No.
Percussion name
35
Acoustic Bass Drum
59
Ride Cymbal2
36
Bass Drum 1
60
Hi Bongo
37
Side Stick
61
Low Bongo
38
Acoustic Snare
62
Mute Hi Conga
39
Hand Clap
63
Open Hi Conga
40
Electric Snare
64
Low Conga
41
Low floor Tom
65
High Timbale
42
Closed Hi-Hat
66
Low Timbale
43
High Floor Tom
67
High Agogo
44
Pedal Hi-Hat
68
Low Agogo
45
Low tom
69
Cabasa
46
Open Hi-Hat
70
Maracas
47
Low-Mid Tom
71
Short Whistle
48
Hi-Mid Tom
72
Long Whistle
49
Crash Cymbal 1
73
Short Guiro
50
High Tom
74
Long Guiro
51
Ride Cymbal 1
75
Clavas
52
Chinese Cymbal
76
Hi Wood Block
53
Ride Bell
77
Low Wood Block
54
Tambourine
78
Mute Cuica
55
Splash Cymba 1
79
Open Cuica
56
Cowbell
80
Mute Triangle
57
Crash Cymba 2
81
Open Triangle
58
Vibraslap
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WAP browser technical data
Feature
Support in the T630/T628 WAP browser
Back to previous page
Yes
Bearer type GPRS (IP)
Yes
Bearer type GSM Data (IP)
Yes, HSCSD, ISDN and analog
Bookmarks
Yes, up to 25 named bookmarks for easy access to frequently visited
pages
Bookmark Export/Import
Yes, can be sent and received as link using SMS and vBookmark format via IR and BT
Cache
Yes (size 6 kbyte)
Character sets *
UTF8 (Default), USASCII, Latin1, UCS2
Clear cache
Yes
Colour
Colour display
Home page
Yes, up to 5 different, one for each WAP profile
HTML version for WAP
browser
xHTML, mobile profile
Hyperlinks in Text
Yes, highlighted by inverse video
Hyperlinks in Images
Yes, indicated by a frame
Image Animation
No
Image Formats
GIF (interlaced and non-interlaced), WBMP, no transparent layers,
JPG
Network Settings
Up to 5 different settings available by selecting WAP profile (Intranet,
Internet, Banking, Gateway etc.)
OTA Support
Yes
PPP Authentication
PAP, CHAP supported
Reload page
Yes
Tables
Yes
User Agent Profiles
Yes, list of client characteristics - e.g. display size
WAP/WML WAP
WAP 2.0/ WML 1.3
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*) When creating WML applications, it is recommended that you
always save the page contents as UTF8, and that this is clearly indicated in the pages before publishing. This ensures that the contents
of the application can be viewed, regardless of character sets used in
gateways and the phone. All characters are not supported in all
phones. The software version depends on which market the phone is
associated to. Also, please note that the phone may not support input
on a WAP Service which uses certain characters (languages), even if
those characters are supported for browsing in the phone.
WAP browser
WAP 2.0 baseline
WAP profiles
Dynamic - up to 5 WAP profiles, each with its own settings
WTLS (security)
Yes,
WTLS Class 1 - Encoding
WTLS Class 2 - Encoding + Server Authentication. Root Certificates
needed in phone
WTLS Class 3 - Encoding + Server Authentication + Client
Certification. Root Certificates needed in phone + special SIM cards
Sign text
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WAP Operator technical data
Feature
Support in the T630/T628 for WAP
WAP Browser
Version
2.0 baseline
HTML
XHTML, mobile profile
WAP Provisioning
Total Parameter sets
5
Parameter set list
Name
Startpage
IP settings:
CSD phone no., CSD Data rate, CSD dial type
GPRS APN, password request, allow calls, authentication,
data compression, header compression, quality of services
IP address, datamode
UserId and password
Security on/off
Show images on/off
Response timer
Manual selection
Yes, between Analog (V32) and Digital (V110)
Parameter sets include
WAP/CSD, WAP/GPRS (different sets)
Factory pre-configuration
WAP/CSD (possibility to lock a setting), WAP/GPRS
OTA
WAP/CSD, WAP/GPRS configuration possible
Simultaneous OTA
WAP/CSD, WAP/GPRS configuration possible
Single OTA
WAP/CSD, WAP/GPRS is not possible
Bookmarks
Not empty by default
URL format
Underlined
Security mechanism
OTA provisioning (if empty)
Operator verification through a code, included in the OTA data.
This code is shown to the user who can choose installation or
not.
Interface (if empty)
An Install question is asked with the code, if available.
The user has to choose if a new WAP profile shall be created or
an existing profile shall be replaced.
Re-provisioning (Set 1 filled)
As above
Interface (Set 1 filled)
As above
Carrier reset/provisioning
Yes, but not if the set is pre-configured in the factory and locked.
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SWIM
Not used for provisioning.
The SWIM is only used for WAP security, both WTLS connections
and digital signatures.
SWIM certificate
Both client and trusted certificates can be used for WTLS
connections and digital signatures.
No new certificates can be stored and no old ones can be
removed by the terminal.
Applicative provisioning
Preferred bearer customization
Yes
E-mail customization
No
Other applications/features
Yes. MMS, SyncML
Technologies
SonyEricsson and WAP Forum
provisioning over SMS and Cell
Broadcast
Yes
Openwave OTA
No
Other
Yes. The Ericsson-Nokia solution.
Provisioning bearer
SMS
Parameter sets available
5
Parameter sets for OTA
modification
5
PUSH
Content types
Service Indication (SI)
Yes
Service Loading (SL)
Yes
Cache Operation (CO) content
type
Yes
Session Initiation Application (SIA)
Yes
Man Machine Interface
SI/content retrieval postponing
Yes
SI menu structure accessability
WAP services, Push inbox
SL reception warning
The user can make a choice if a dialog is wanted or not before
loading the SL.
WAP services/options/common/Push access/prompt
SIA reception warning
Yes
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Number of push messages
Depending on the size of the push messages. Around 20 push
messages with a size of 500 bytes can be stored.
Push de-activate
Yes. WAP services/options/common/Push access/Off
Dynamic push menu changes
No. There are no changes in the menus when activating/
deactivating push
Security
Mechanisms for push
None
Trust with PPG
Sending a SIA is the most trustful.
WSP push sessions
1
Denial of service/spoofing
User agent profile
UA profile content sent at
beginning of WSP session
No
OA profile content size
URL sent pointing to the UA profile
at the beginning of WSP session
Yes
URL location
On the manufacturer WAP site.
WTAI
WTA Make Call
Yes
WTA Send DTMF
Yes
WTA Add Phone Book
Yes
Other WTA/WTAI
No
DOWNLOAD
WAP solutions
SAR/WSP/HTTP GET solution to
download content over WAP
Yes
Download Fun from Openwave
No
Other download content over WAP
Yes. Downloaded without using SAR is limited to 10kB
Features
Download application/product
memory check
Yes
Downloaded object solution
Yes. The user is asked if the content is to be saved.
UAP indication for downloading
Yes
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Other features
Yes. Store, delete, forward, use, manage.
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Object formats
Ringing tones
audio/iMelody, other/eMelody, vMel.
Wallpapers
Image/WBMP, GIF, JPEG.
Pictures
Image/WBMP, GIF, JPEG.
Games
Yes, 4-6 pre-loaded and 5-7 at Sony Ericsson Mobile Internet.
JAVA applications
Yes
Screen savers
Image/GIF, JPEG
Audio files
audio/MPEG4 not used,MP3 not used, WAV not used
Skins
Application /skin
Video
Video/MPEG4 not used
GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE
Man Machine Interface
Soft keys
Yes
Separate/dedicated back or erase
keys
Yes
Screen backlight on when
browsing
Yes
Predictive writing
Yes
“http://” string displayed
automatically when entering URLs
Not displayed but the “http://” is added automatically to the URL.
Elements
Number of display lines for a WAP
connection
4 to 7 plus Title, depending on the selected font size.
Pop-up menus
Yes, in XHTML
Radio buttons
Yes, in XHTML.
Check boxes
Yes, in XHTML.
Buttons
Available as XHTML form controls.
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GPRS technical data
Dimension
Support in the T630/T628
Compatible GPRS and
SMG specifications
ETSI R97 SMG 31 bis
Data rates
Multislot class 8 supported (4+1)
CS-1, CS-2, CS-3, CS-4
9,050 bps, 13,400 bps, 15,600 bps, 21,400 bps supported (networkdependent)
Indicator of attachment to
the GPRS service
Yes, an icon in the bottom left corner, a filled triangle if attached
Indicator of PDP context
activation
Yes, an icon on the right side. Animated globe
Data volume counter
•
•
The Data volume counter details the volume of data exchanged in
bytes for the up/down link for last call for each PDP context.
The Total data counter details the sum of all GPRS sessions (i.e. not
the sum of total data received + sent during the last GPRS session.
The total data counter can be reset by the user.
Medium Access Modes
Fixed and dynamic allocation
Support of Packet Control Channels (PBCCH/
PCCCH)
Yes
Network operation mode
NOM I, II, III
Support of GPRS/CS
combined procedures
Yes
Network control mode
NC0
Support of access in 2
phases
Yes
Support of PRACH on 11
bits
Yes
Support of GPRS reselection C31/C32
Yes
Support of static and
dynamic addressing
Yes
Support of power control
Uplink and Downlink
Uplink = yes, Downlink is a network feature
Support of ciphering
algorithms
GEA1 and GEA2
Support of compression
algorithms
Yes, V42bis and IP header compression
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Support of the QoS modification procedure
Yes, when initiated by the network
(not by the handset)
Interfaces to external
devices supported by the
handset and available for
a GPRS link
IrDA, RS-232, AT commands. IrDA,
Datarate=SIR & MIR RS232, autobaud, max 460kbit/s Bluetooth,
v1.0B+Critical errata, Certified and
listed Supported Bluetooth profiles: DUN, FAX, Headset, Synch,
Object push
Downlink data rate
Up to 85,600 bps for packet data communication, using 4 time slots in
coding scheme CS-4
Uplink data rate
Up to 21,400 bps for packet data communication, using 1 time slot in coding scheme CS-4
Mode of operation
Class B and Class C modes of operation supported. It is possible for the
user to choose if the Circuit Switched services should be favoured.
R Reference point
Physical layer: Support of RS232
PPP is supported as L2 layer in the R reference point
Authentication algorithms PAP, CHAP supported
IP connectivity
PDP type IP is supported
IP termination in mobile or TE (laptop, PDA) supported
Application
WAP over GPRS supported (UDP/IP and GPRS-SMS)
SMS over GPRS (SMS-MT, SMS-MO) supported
QoS
QoS negotiation supported. Default requested QoS sent by the handset at
PDP context activation is reliability Class 3. Peak/Mean/Delay/Precedence
Class: subscribed
•
•
•
•
Precedence class supported (1,2,3)
Reliability class 1-5 supported
Delay classes supported (1,2,3,4)
Mean and peak throughput rate limited by multislot class 4 and CS-4
PDP context
10 PDP context descriptions stored in mobile
PDP context description is edited via application in mobile, AT-command
or via OTA
Simultaneous PDP contexts not supported
Network requested PDP context not supported
SIM
GPRS aware, as well as non GPRS aware SIMs are supported
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AT commands supported
•
•
•
•
AT+CGDCONT - DEFINE
PDP CONTEXT
AT+CGQREQ - Quality of
Service Profile
(REQUESTED)
AT+CGQMIN - Quality of
Service Profile (Minimum
Acceptable)
AT+CGATT - PACKET
DOMAIN SERVICE ATTACH
OR DETACH
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AT+CGACT - PDP CONTEXT
ACTIVATE OR DEACTIVATE
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Built-in GSM data modem technical data
Dimension
Support in the T630/T628
Standards
AT commands industry standard, ETSI 07.05 and 07.07 and 07.10, V.25ter
command set supported
Data rates, Circuit
Switched (CSD)
Download data rate
Up to 19,200 or 28,800 bps (depending on base
rate) no compression,
with V.42bis compression up to four times higher
transmission rates depending on the data type
Upload data rate
Up to 9,600 or 14,400 bps (depending on base
rate) for GSM Data communication, no compression
with V.42bis compression up to four times higher
transmission rates depending on the data type
Data rates, GPRS
See GPRS Technical data
E-mail client technical data
Feature
Support in the T630/T628 e-mail client
Attachment
Yes (outgoing,
images only)
Bearer type GPRS (IP)
Yes
Bearer type GSM Data (IP)
Yes, HSCSD, ISDN and analog
Character sets *
US ASCII (All variants)
ISO8859-1 (All variants)
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Support in the T630/T628 e-mail client
ISO8859-2 All variants
ISO8859-5 All variants
ISO8859-10 All variants
KOI8-R All variants
WIN1251 All variants WIN1252 (All variants UTF7 (All variants)
UTF8 All variants
GB2312
BIG5
GB18030
OTA Support
Yes
Supported protocols
POP3, IMAP4, SMTP
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USSD technical data
Feature
Support in the T630/T628
USSD support
GSM Phase 1/ 2 (Cross-phase compatibility). GPRS
behavior according to class B
Mode support -mode
MMI-mode supported.
No application mode support (not needed for any
application).
MMI-mode details
•
•
USSD messages displayed until removed by user
It is possible to scroll up and down the text in
USSD messages
Image format technical data
Format
Visible
Max
Animation
Colours
Visible colours
GIF
160x160
pics
640x480
pixels
50 frames (1
frame/
100ms)
256
65535
(5:6:5=RGB;
less blue
colours)
JPEG
160x160
pics
640x480
pixels
No
16.8 mil.
65535
WBMP
160x160
pics
320x320
pixels
No
Black/
White
2
PNG
160x160
pics
640x480
pixels
No
65535
65535
BMP
160x160
pics
640x480
pixels
No
16.8 mil.
65535
Transparency support
Images – downloading to phone
Feature
File type
Max. size
PC/
Cable
PC/
IrDA
PC/
BT
Phon
e-tophon
e
WAP
MMS
EMS icons
WBMP
WxH<=1024
pixels
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
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File type
Max. size
PC/
Cable
PC/
IrDA
PC/
BT
Phon
e-tophon
e
WAP
MMS
MMS
GIF, WBMP,
JPG
Limited by
the memory
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Background
GIF,
WBMP;
JPG
Limited by
the memory
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Send 30k,
Receive 50k
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
MMS template
Animations
Animated
GIF
Limited by
the memory
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes, 1)
Yes
Themes
GIF (propriety, THM)
Limited by
the memory
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Screensaver
Animated
GIF
Limited by
the memory
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Exceptions:
MMS: GIF, WBMP, JPG, 128x160 pics
EMS icons: WBMP max WidthxHeight<=1024 pixels (e.g. 32x32=1024)
Themes: GIF, JPG max, 128x160 pixels
WAP: Can not show animations in the WAP Browser. You can download maximum 3kb. The animation
will be shown in the Image Browser if it’s saved in the phone.
GIF: Animations used as background images or user greetings displays first frame only.
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SyncML technical data
Feature
Support for Sync ML in the T630/T628
SyncML compliance
The handset is fully SyncML compliant (it passed both SyncML Conformance and Inter operability testing [SyncFest])
Basic data formats
Contacts: vCard 2.1, Calendar: vCalendar 1.0, Tasks: vTodo
1.0.
Possibility for operators to extend
SyncML functionality
No
Possibility to synchronize other handsets using SyncML
No
Transport method for SyncML messages
WSP (i.e. using a WAP connection)
Synchronization application placement
Inside the handset
Possibility for the user to configure
login parameters (e.g. username and
password) to access the remote
database
Yes
Configuration parameters that can be
entered/modified by the user
Server URL, Server UserID, Server PWD, Paths to databases
(Calendar, Contacts, Tasks) UserID and PWD for Databases,
Databases to be synced (on/off), WAP Account, Sync Sound
Mechanisms used by the handset to
capture changes made by the end
user (i.e. how does the SyncML client
in your handset know which changes
were made to the address book)
It uses a change log where it marks the contact as updated
Ability to deal with multiple servers
No
Ability to perform conflict resolution
actions
No
Infrared transceiver technical data
Signal in RS-232
Support in DRS-11
CD (Carrier
Detect)
No. Set statically
CTS (Clear To
Send)
Yes
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DSR (Data Service
Ready)
Statically connected with DTR
DTR (Data Terminal Ready)
Statically connected with DSR
GND (Signal
Ground)
Yes
RI (Ring Indication)
No. Set statically
RTS (Request To
Send)
Yes
Rx (Received
Data)
Yes
Tx (Transmitted
Data)
Yes
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Index
Numerics
3GPP .......................................................16
A
Abbreviations .............................................50
Acknowledgement ......................................53
Architecture ...............................................14
Assembler .................................................20
AT Command Functions ..............................36
Audio .......................................................13
B
Backlight ..................................................20
Bluetooth ..................................................20
Bluetooth devices .......................................23
Bluetooth technical data ..............................65
Built-in GSM data modem technical data ........79
C
Cell broadcast service .................................57
Certification ...............................................20
Chinese versions ........................................38
cHTML support ..........................................32
colour support ...........................................20
Compatibility .............................................16
Compatible with old phones .........................16
Connection via desktop charger ....................27
Current consumption, talk and standby times ..57
D
deployment ...............................................20
Desktop charger .........................................27
Documents ................................................53
E
E-mail ......................................................12
E-mail client technical data ...........................79
Enhanced message service ..........................61
Exterior description .....................................56
F
Fixed Dialling .............................................45
Friends .......................................................6
G
Game file sizes ...........................................20
Games .....................................................57
Gaming API ...............................................20
General Packet Radio Service .......................33
85
GPRS ...................................................... 33
GPRS access characteristics ....................... 30
GPRS technical data .................................. 76
Graphics .................................................. 11
GSM Data access characteristics .................. 30
GSM system support .................................. 55
I
Image format technical data ......................... 81
Images, downloading to phone ..................... 81
Info & entertainment ................................... 17
infrared .................................................... 20
L
Languages, MMI ........................................ 56
Links ....................................................... 53
M
Messenger ................................................. 6
MMS Centre ............................................. 14
MMS content
audio ............................................................. 13
graphics ........................................................ 11
SMIL presentations ...................................... 13
text ............................................................... 13
video ............................................................. 13
MMS Technical features
architecture ......................................... 14
MMSC ..................................................... 14
Mobile Internet .......................................... 32
Modem and AT Commands ......................... 35
mophun RTE ............................................. 19
Multimedia message service ........................ 63
Music block .............................................. 22
My friends .................................................. 6
N
News & commercials
.................................. 17
O
Online Developer Resources ........................ 36
Online Services ......................................... 45
OTA configuration .................................15, 32
Overview of AT command functions .............. 36
P
Performance and technical characteristics ...... 65
Push inbox ............................................... 32
Push services ............................................ 32
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QuickShare TM
Video
T630/T628
....................................................... 13
............................................8
R
Related information .....................................53
Restricted Calls ..........................................45
Ring signals ...............................................17
Ring signals and melodies
music block .................................................. 22
track ...................................................22
W
WAP browser technical data ........................ 66
WAP Operator technical data ....................... 72
WAP, security ........................................... 31
Weight ..................................................... 55
X
XTNDConnect PC
...................................... 28
S
sandbox ...................................................20
Secure gamelets ........................................20
Short message service ................................59
SIM Application Toolkit ................................45
SIM AT Services .........................................46
SIM card type ............................................55
SMIL presentations .....................................13
SMS ........................................................20
SMS access characteristics ..........................30
SMS request .............................................17
SMS standard ............................................16
Software ...................................................53
Software developement kit ...........................20
Sony Ericsson Developer Support ..................37
Sony Top 10 ................................................7
Speech coding ...........................................57
Sprite detection ..........................................20
Supported MMI languages ...........................56
Synchronization software .............................28
Synchronization, local .................................27
SyncML ....................................................24
SyncML technical data ................................83
Synergenix Interactive AB ............................20
T
TCP/IP link ................................................20
Technical Specifications ..............................54
Terminology and abbreviations ......................50
Text .........................................................13
Touch correct feature ..................................23
Trademarks and acknowledgements ..............53
True file support .........................................20
Two displays ...............................................6
U
Unicode ....................................................20
Unified messaging ......................................17
User-to-user ..............................................16
USSD technical data ...................................81
V
Vehicle positioning ......................................17
Vibrator ....................................................20
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