The Sony Ericsson Elm™ phone
White paper
October 2010
The Sony Ericsson Elm™ phone
J10, J10i2
White paper | The Sony Ericsson Elm™ phone
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Document history
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December 2009
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Version 1
June 2010
Second released version
Revision 1
October 2010
Third released version
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Third version (October 2010)
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Table of contents
Product overview ........................................................................................................4
The Sony Ericsson Elm™ phone – Smile for a while .............................................4
Facts – dimensions, weight, performance and networks ......................................5
Full feature list – categorised list of features .........................................................7
Technologies in detail .................................................................................................9
Device-to-device communications (local) .............................................................9
Bluetooth™ wireless technology ........................................................................9
DLNA (Digital Living Home Alliance) .................................................................10
Java™ ..................................................................................................................11
Messaging ...........................................................................................................12
Positioning – location based services .................................................................13
Provisioning (OMA CP, OMA DM) .......................................................................13
Synchronisation (OMA DS, EAS) .........................................................................13
Multimedia (audio and video) ...............................................................................14
Web browser .......................................................................................................15
Trademarks and acknowledgements ..................................................................16
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Product overview
The Sony Ericsson Elm™ phone – Smile for a while
Play back the love scene. Enjoy some pop classics. Close your eyes and sink into your favourite book. On
the platform. On the train. On your way home. Use the Sony Ericsson Elm™ phone to juggle your day, and
balance your life. And make room for a little fun.
More voice, less noise
Hate taking calls in noisy surroundings? The Sony Ericsson Elm™ phone filters out the sounds around
you, so your friends hear you and not the crowd. And you can pull that finger out of your ear. Clear voice
and Intelligent volume adaptation treat you to the best possible sound.
Stop by Facebook™ on your way home
A honeymoon in Rome. A pool party for the kids. Post your happy snaps on Facebook™. Or share the
laughs on MySpace™. And check on your friends while you’re there. Want the latest news? Catch up on
Twitter™. Do it all with ease straight from the home screen of the Sony Ericsson Elm™ phone, thanks to
the widget manager.
Think inside the inbox
Work doesn’t always stay at the office, does it? Write emails and plan your day directly on the Sony
Ericsson Elm™ phone. From the back of a car, a coffee bar or your favourite bazaar. And remember to
synch the calendar with your PC to avoid embarrassing double bookings. Rain coming up? No worries.
The Sony Ericsson Elm™ phone is splash proof.
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Facts – dimensions, weight, performance and
networks
Size
110 x 45 x 14 mm
Weight
90 grams
Available colours
Metal Black
Pearly Rose
Main screen
Colours
262,144 color TFT
Resolution
240x320 pixels
Size (diagonal)
2.2 inches
Scratch-resistant
Yes
Memory
Phone memory
Up to 280 MB
Memory card support
SanDisk microSD™, up to 16 GB
Networks
J10
(Without A-GPS, Wi-Fi™. With
video call camera on
display side.)
UMTS HSPA 2100 (Band I)
GSM GPRS/EDGE 850, 900, 1800, 1900
J10i2
(With A-GPS, Wi-Fi™. Without
video call camera on display
side.)
UMTS HSPA 900 (Band VIII), 2100 (Band I)
GSM GPRS/EDGE 850, 900, 1800, 1900
Data transfer speeds
GSM GPRS (Class 10 CS4)
Up to 80 kbps (download). Up to 40 kbps (upload)
GSM EDGE (Class 10 MCS9)
Up to 247 kbps (download). Up to 123 kbps (upload)
UMTS HSPA (cat. 5 upload)
Up to 1.8 Mbps
UMTS HSPA (cat. 8 download)
Up to 7.2 Mbps
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Talk time (GSM)
4 hours 30 min*
Standby time (GSM)
336 hours*
Talk time (UMTS)
3 hours 40 min*
Standby time (UMTS)
424 hours*
* According to GSM Association Battery Life Measurement Technique.
Note: Battery performance may vary depending on network conditions and configuration, and phone
usage.
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Full feature list – categorised list of features
Camera
Music
Web
5 megapixel camera
4x digital zoom
Auto focus
Face detection
Geo tagging
Photo feeds
Photo fix
Photo flash (LED)
Send to web
Picture blogging
Smile detection
Video blogging
Video light
Video recording
Album art
Bluetooth™ stereo (A2DP)
Media player
MEGA BASS™
Music tones (MP3/AAC)
PlayNow™*
SensMe™
TrackID™
Access NetFront™ Web browser
Bookmarks
Mouse pointer
Google™ search
Pan & zoom
Web feeds
Web search (from standby)
HTML 4.01
XHTML 1.1
Communication
Messaging
Design
Call list
Conference calls
Clear voice
HD Voice ready*
Intelligent volume adaptation
Noise shield
Polyphonic ringtones
Speakerphone
Vibrating alert
Video calling
Conversations
Email
Microsoft® Exchange ActiveSync®
Instant messaging
Picture messaging (MMS)
Predictive text input
Sound recorder
Text messaging (SMS)
Unified messaging
Activity menu key
Auto rotate
Light
Media browser
Navigation key
Picture wallpaper
Splash resistance
Wallpaper animation
*Designed to support AMR-WB
technology during the product
lifecycle.
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Entertainment
Organiser
Connectivity
3D games
Facebook™
FM radio with RDS
Java™
MySpace™
Tracker
Twitter™
Video streaming
Video viewing
Walk mate Eco
Widget Manager
YouTube™
Alarm clock
Calculator
Calendar
Flight mode
Notes
Phone book
Stopwatch
Tasks
Timer
A-GPS (J10i2)
Bluetooth™ technology
DLNA Certified™
Google Maps™
Modem
PictBridge™
Synchronisation
USB mass storage
USB support
Wi-Fi™ (J10i2)
Wisepilot™ turn-by-turn navigation*
*This service is not available in all markets.
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Technologies in detail
NOTE: The information outlined below is general and levels of compliance to standards and specifications
may vary between products and markets. For more information, contact Sony Ericsson Developers World
or your Sony Ericsson contact person where applicable.
Device-to-device communications (local)
Bluetooth™ wireless technology
Bluetooth™ profiles supported
Advanced Audio Distribution Profile
Audio/Video Remote Control Profile
Basic Imaging Profile
Dial-up Networking Profile
File Transfer Profile
Generic Access Profile
Generic Object Exchange Profile
Handsfree Profile
Headset Profile
Object Push Profile
Personal Area Networking Profile
Phonebook Access Profile
Serial Port Profile
Synchronisation Profile
SyncML™ OBEX binding
Core version and supported
features
2.1+EDR
Connectable devices
Interoperability and compatibility among Bluetooth™
devices varies. The device generally supports products
utilising Bluetooth™ spec. 1.1, or higher, and at least one
of the profiles above.
More information:
www.sonyericsson.com/developer
www.bluetooth.com
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DLNA (Digital Living Home Alliance)
DLNA is a term used to describe an inter-device media transfer technology. Designed to allow an array of
devices in the home to communicate and share content and experiences. DLNA devices can include Hi-Fi
equipment, TVs and PCs.
Supported Device Classes
DMS – Digital Media Server
Media Types: Music, Images, Video
Summary: The digital media server exposes the media
files in your phone to a Wi-Fi network. The media can then
be accessed from a DLNA client such as a PS3 or even
another phone.
DMP – Digital Media Player
Media Types: Music
Summary: The digital media player lets you access music
that is stored on a DLNA DMS (digital media server) and
play it in your phone.
DMC – Digital Media Controller
Push Controller for Images, Music
Summary: The push controller lets you stream local content in the phone to a compatible rendering device such
as a BRAVIA™ TV, or a compatible stereo system.
Media Home and Media Go™
Media Types: Music, Images, Video
Summary: The Media Home application in your phone lets
you transfer media files from Media Go™ on your
computer. Media Go™ lets you organise, transfer, play
and sync your media files.
Supported Bearers
Wi-Fi™
DRM Support
The Sony Ericsson DLNA implementation does not support DRM protected content.
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Java™
Java™ Platform, Micro Edition
JSR-75 PDA Optional Packages for J2ME™
JSR-82 Bluetooth™ Wireless Technology API
JSR-118 MIDP 2.0
JSR-118 MIDP 2.1
JSR-120 Wireless Messaging API
JSR-135 Mobile Media API 1.1
JSR-139 CLDC 1.1
JSR-172 J2ME™ Web Services Specification
JSR-177 Security and Trust Services API for J2ME™
JSR-179 Location API
JSR-180 SIP API for J2ME™
JSR-184 Mobile 3D Graphics API for J2ME™
JSR 185 Java™ Technology for the Wireless Industry
JSR-205 Wireless Messaging API 2.0
JSR-211 Content Handler API
JSR-226 SVG API for J2ME™
JSR-229 Payment API
JSR-234 Advanced Multimedia Supplements
JSR-238 Mobile Internationalization API
JSR-239 OpenGL® ES
JSR-248 Mobile Services Architecture
JSR-256 Mobile Sensor API (Accelerometer)
Nokia UI Extension API
Java 3D
MascotCapsule® Micro3D Version 3
JSR-239 OpenGL® ES
JSR-184 Mobile 3D Graphics API for J2ME™
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Messaging
(MMS) Multimedia Messaging Service
According to OMA Multimedia Messaging Service v1.2 + SMIL
Email
Bearer type (IP)
GSM Data (IP) GPRS and HSCSD
Character sets
USASCII
UTF-7
UTF-8
UTF-16
UTF-17LE
UTF-16BE
UCS-2 / ISO10646 UCS2
ISO-8859-1
ISO-8859-2 Eastern Europe
ISO-8859-5 Cyrillic
ISO-8859-7 Greek
ISO-8859-9 Turkish
ISO-8859-10 Nordic
ISO-8859-11 Thai
ISO-8859-15 Western MR5
KOI8
GB18030 Simplified Chinese
GB2312 Simplified Chinese
BIG5
ISO2022JP
Windows® 1251 Cyrillic
Windows® 1252
Windows® 1254 Turkish
Windows® 1255 Hebrew
Windows® 1258 Vietnamese
Shift JIS
Note: GB2312 is only available in Simplified Chinese
variants only, that is, Mainland China variants.
BIG5 is only available in Traditional Chinese variants, that
is, Hong Kong and Taiwan variants.
OTA provisioning solution
OMA Client Provisioning 1.1
Protocols
POP3, SMTP and IMAP4
Push email
IMAP IDLE (extension of IMAP4 Rev1), OMA Email
Notification 1.0 and scheduled checking, Microsoft®
Exchange ActivSync® (EAS)
Secure email
SSL/TLS, both port methods (POPS/IMAPS) and STARTTLS
HTML mail
Yes
More information: www.sonyericsson.com/developer, www.openmobilealliance.org
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Positioning – location based services
Supported standards:
JSR-179 (Location API 1.0)
OMA Secure User Plane Location (SUPL) v1.0
3GPP Control Plane location (incl. Emergency location)
Nokia Landmark Exchange format (LMX) - for sharing locations using MMS
Provisioning (OMA CP, OMA DM)
OMA CP version 1.1
OMA DM version 1.2
Related information:
www.sonyericsson.com/developer
Synchronisation (OMA DS, EAS)
OMA Data Synchronisation protocol versions 1.1.2 and 1.2
OMA Data Formats: vCard 2.1, vCalendar 1.0, vBookmark 1.0, notes as text/plain
Microsoft® Exchange ActiveSync® protocol version 2.5
Related information
www.sonyericsson.com/developer
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Multimedia (audio and video)
Audio Playback
Decoder format
Audio decoding MPEG-1/2/2.5,
audio layer 3
AAC, AAC+, eAAC+
Supported in file format
MP3 (.mp3)
WMA versions 2, 7, 8: Class 1
WMA version 9: Level 3
WMA Pro (profile M0a)
General MIDI (GM)
GML
SP-MIDI
DLS (Mobile DLS supported)
Linear/A-law/.-law PCM
iMelody
3GP (.3gp); AAC (.aac); MP4
(.mp4, .m4a)
3GP (.3gp); AMR (.amr)
3GP (.3gp); AMR (.amr) ; AMRWB (.awb)
3GP (.3gp); AMR (.amr) ; AMRWB (.awb)
WMA (.wma)
WMA (.wma)
WMA (.wma)
SMF (.mid)
SMF (.mid)
SMF(.mid); XMF (.xmf, .mxmf)
XMF (.xmf)
WAV (.wav)
iMelody (.imy)
Audio Recording
Encoder format
AMR-NB
AAC-LC
Supported in file format
AMR (.amr)
MP4 (.m4a)
Video Playback
Decoder format
MPEG-4 Visual Simple Profile
H.264 Baseline Profile
H.263 Profile 0
VC-1 (WMV9)
Supported in file format
3GP (.3gp); MP4 (.mp4)
3GP (.3gp); MP4 (.mp4)
3GP (.3gp)
ASF (.asf, .wmv)
Video Recording
Encoder format
- Video: H.263 Profile 0
- Audio: AMR-NB
- Video: MPEG-4 Visual Simple
Profile
- Audio: AAC-LC
Supported in file format
3GP (.3gp)
Audio/Video Streaming
Streaming transport
RTSP according to 3GPP™
DRM
DRM (Digital Rights Management) features the rights and
copy protection of downloaded
content.
OMA DRM 1.0, 2.0, 2.1
Microsoft® DRM Janus
AMR-NB
AMR-WB
AMR-WB+
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Web browser
Browser version
Access NetFront™ 3.5
Bookmarks
Folders and sorting supported
Bookmark export/import
Bookmarks can be sent and received using vBookmark format
using Bluetooth™ technology, SMS, MMS and email
Navigation/rendering
Pan & Zoom (page overview model)
Landscape/portrait rendering
Full page PC rendering
Search
Internet Search
Find on page
Browser compliancy
HTML 5.0 Canvas
HTML version. 4.01
XHTML Basic version 1.0
XHTML version 1.1
XHTML Mobile Profile version 1.1
WML 1.3
CSS 2.1
WCSS Version 26-Oct-2001
ECMA-script 262 3rd edition
ECMAScript Mobile Profile 1.0
HTTPXMLRequest AJAX
DOM 2.0
SVG Tiny, version 1.2
Browser plugin
SVG-T
Adobe™ Flash Lite™
Audio/Video
Web feeds
Feeds detection in Browser
Feeds reader
Podcasting
Web albums
Publish to Picasa™ site
Publish to a social site
Publish to a Blogger™ page
Publish to a Flickr™ page
Protocol Compliancy
HTTP/1.1
TLS 1.0 and SSL 3.0
OMA Download 1.0
RSS 2.0
Related information: www.access-company.com/products/mobile_solutions
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Trademarks and acknowledgements
The Liquid Identity and Liquid Energy logos, PlayNow, TrackID, Media Go and SensMe are trademarks or
registered trademarks of Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB. Sony, "make.believe", and MEGA
BASS are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sony Corporation. Ericsson is a trademark of
Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson.
NetFront is a trademark or a registered trademark of ACCESS Co., Ltd. PictBridge is a trademark or
registered trademark of Canon Kabushiki Kaisha Corporation. TrackID™ is powered by Gracenote™
Mobile MusicID™. Gracenote and Mobile MusicID are trademarks or registered trademarks of Gracenote,
Inc. Bluetooth is a trademark or registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG Inc. and any use of such mark by
Sony Ericsson is under license.
Google, Google Maps, YouTube, Picasa and Blogger are trademarks or registered trademarks of Google,
Inc. Flickr is a trademark or registered trademark of Yahoo! Inc.
Wi-Fi is a trademark or registered trademark of the Wi-Fi Alliance. MicroSD is a trademark or registered
trademark of SanDisk Corporation. Adobe Flash Lite is a trademark or registered trademark of Adobe
Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.
Microsoft, Windows, Vista and ActiveSync are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
3GPP is a trademark or a registered trademark of ETSI. SyncML is a trademark or registered trademark of
Open Mobile Alliance Ltd. Java and all Java-based trademarks and logos are trademarks or registered
trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries.
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