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USER MANUAL
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
©2013. All rights are reserved. No part of this document can
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warrant that any our software will meet your requirements, will
work in combination with any hardware or software
applications provided by a third party, that the operations of
the software will be uninterrupted or error free or that any
defects in the software are correctable or will be corrected.
User’s Manual is provided just to guide the user
about the functionality of the device. This does not
seem to be any certificate of technology. Some
functions may vary due to modifications and
up-gradations of software or due to printing mistake.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Please read the following safety guidelines before using the
device.
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Do not use the phone while you are driving.
Do not place magnetic storage media near your phone.
Radiation from the phone may erase the information
stored on them.
Keep your phone and its accessories away from
children.
Mobile phones can interfere with the functioning of
medical devices such as hearing aids or pacemakers.
People having active medical implants should keep
their cell phone at least 15 cm away from the implant.
Permanent hearing loss may occur if you use
earphones or headphones at high volume.
Use a wireless hands-free system (headphone/
headset) with a low power Bluetooth emitter.
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Make sure the cell phone has a low SAR.
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Use cell phone when the signal quality is good.
Keep your calls short or send a text message (SMS)
instead. This advice applies specially to children
adolescents and pregnant women.
Notice:
 Do not dismantle the device or accessories otherwise,
manufacturer is not liable to pay for damages as the
device and accessories are not covered by warranty.
 Use only original batteries and charging devices.
 Please back up your important data timely and keep
them properly. The company is not liable for any failure
to call or loss of data due to mis-operation, poor signal
or power cut, etc.
 All the screens in this manual are for reference only,
and some contents actually displayed may depend
upon the presetting of the service provider or the
network operator, or the SIM card. If any functions
referred to in this manual are different from those of
your device, please follow your device.
 Do not put use it in a place with flammable gas such as
a petrol pumps. The temperature recommended for
using the device is 5-35℃. Do not touch the charger,
power cable or socket with wet hands. This may cause
an electric shock.
If your phone or any of its accessories do not
function normally, then please visit your nearest
authorized service facility. The qualified personnel
will assist you, and if necessary, will arrange for the
service.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED……………………………...1
S AF ET Y P RE C AUT IO NS …… ……… ……… …… …… 3
T ABLE OF CONT ENT S………………………………… 6
1. UNDERST ANDING YOUR DEVICE……………….8
1.1 GENERAL INFO…………………………………….8
1.0 DEVICE OVERVIEW ……………………………….9
2. GET T ING ST ART ED ………………………………. 10
2.1 INSTALLING CARDS & BATTERY……………..10
2.2 POWERING ON/OFF THE DEVICE…………….11
3. BASIC OPERAT IONS ……………………………...12
3.1 CALLING……………………………………………12
3.2 MESSAGING………………………………………12
3.3 CONTACTS……………………………………….. 13
3.4 EMAIL………………………………………………. 14
3.5 BROWSER…………………………………………14
4. HOME SCREEN…………………………………….. 15
4.1 STATUS BAR………………………………………15
4.2 APPLICATION TAB…………………………….....15
4.3 CUSTOMIZING SCREEN………………………...15
5. MULT IMED IA… … ……… ………… ………… …….. 17
5.1 FILE MANAGER…………………………………...17
5.2 MUSIC PLAYER…………………………………...17
5.3 CAMERA……………………………………………17
5.4 SOUND RECORDER……………………………..17
5.5 GALLERY…………………………………………..17
5.6 FM RADIO………………………………………….17
6 . NE T WO R K … … …… … … … …… … … ……… … … . . 19
6.1 WI-FI………………………………………………...19
6.2 3G…………………………………………………. ..19
6.3 BLUETOOTH………………………………………19
7. SET T INGS … ……… ………… ……… ……… ……… 20
7.1 SIM MANAGEMENT………………………………20
7.2 WIRELESS & NETWOKS………………………...20
7.3 AUDIO PROFILES………………………………...20
7.4 DISPLAY……………………………………………20
7.5 STORAGE…………………………………………. 20
7.6 BATTERY…………………………………………..20
7.7 APPLICATIONS……………………………………21
7.8 LOCATION ACCESS……………………………...21
7.9 SECURITY…………………………………………21
7.10 LANGUAGE AND INPUT………………………..21
7.11 BACKUP & RESET………………………………22
7.12 ACCOUNTS………………………………………22
7.13 DATE AND TIME…………………………………22
7.14 SCHEDULE POWER ON/OFF…………………22
7.15 ACCESSIBILITY…………………………………22
7.16 ABOUT PHONE………………………………….22
8. APPLICAT IONS AND UTILITIES………………...23
8.1 CALCULATOR……………………………………..23
8.2 CLOCK……………………………………………... 23
8.3 GMAIL T M………………………………………………23
8.4 LOCAL……………………………………………… 23
8.5 PLAY STORE………………………………………23
1. UNDERSTANDING YOUR DEVICE
1 . 1 G E NE R AL I NFO
KAZAM Trooper X3.5 is a multi SIM phone that encloses
features, such as Andriod version 4.2, Wi-Fi, 1.0 GHz Dual
Core Processor, 3 MP Camera, etc. This phone is provided
with two SIM slots for two different SIM cards. The SIM card
inserted in the slot1 is called SIM1, and the other one in the
slot2 is known as SIM2. You can select to operate SIMs as
per your personal and professional needs.
1.0 DEVICE OVERVIE W
Position of Keys
1. Earpiece
2. Touch Screen
3. Home Key
4. Menu Key
5. Back Key
6. Front camera lens
7. Earphone Jack
8. Volume control key
9. USB port
10. Camera lens
11. LED flash light
12. Battery cover
13. Power Key
14. Speaker
2. GETTING STARTED
2 . 1 I N S T AL L I N G C A R D S & B AT T E R Y
Please switch off your device before inserting or removing the
battery/ SIM card or memory card.
Installing SIM Card and Battery
Your device is provided with two SIM slots for two different
SIM cards. In order to install battery and SIM card in the
device, please follow the steps mentioned below:
 Remove the back cover of the device.
 Hold the device with the front facing downwards and
pull the battery cover.
 Insert the SIM cards in the device.
 Attach the battery.
 Push the battery cover until it clicks into place.
Installing Memory Card
Your device supports T-Flash card, which is a multimedia
memory card used to multiply the memory of the device. The
T-flash card is small and should be pulled out and installed
carefully and prudently in order to avoid any kind of damage.
Please follow the steps mentioned below to install the memory
card in the device:
 Switch off your device.
 Remove the battery cover.
 Slot the T-Flash memory card into the slot.
 Attach the battery.
 Fix the battery cover until it mount properly into
place.
Charging the Battery
The device prompts a warning tone and message stating
insufficient battery when the battery power is low.
Please follow the instructions mentioned below to charge your
device:
 Plug the connector of the charger into the jack of the
device.
 Plug the charger into a standard AC wall outlet.
Charging…….
Fully Charged…….
You should fully charge the battery before using the device for
the first time. It is recommended to charge the battery for
three hours before using the device for the first time.
2 . 2 P O WE RI NG O N/ O F F T HE DE V ICE
Turning On the Device
After installing the SIM cards and charging the battery, you
are now ready to turn on your device.
 Long press and hold the Power Key to turn on the
device.
 The first screen that appears is known as the
home/idle Screen.
 Drag the lock icon sidewards to unlock the screen.
 If the screen turns off, then short press the Power
Key to turn on the display.
Turning Off the Device
 Press and hold the Power Key for 3 seconds.
 A pop-up window appears, select Power off.
 Select OK to confirm.
3. BASIC OPERATIONS
3 . 1 C AL L I N G
To Make Calls
If the icon
appears on the screen, then you can make or
receive calls.
To make a call, please follow the steps mentioned below:
 Enter the Main Menu, select Phone.
 Enter the phone number using the on-screen
keyboard.
Tap
to delete a wrong number. Tap and
hold it to erase the entire number.
 After entering phone number, tap
.
 To end the call, tap
Answer/Reject an Incoming Call
When you receive an incoming call, a notification message
appears on the screen. In order to accept the call, drag
towards right. If you wish to reject the call, drag
left.
towards
Other Options during the call
To put a call on hold
If you are having a call conversation and there is another
incoming call, select hold to put the first call on hold. To
unhold the call, select unhold.
To set up conference calls
 If you are already having a call conversation, select
Hold to put the call on hold.
 Select Add Call to make another call. .
 After connecting to the second call, select merge
calls to set up the conference call.
3 . 2 ME S S AG I NG
Your device features, sending and receiving of SMS (Short
Message Service) and MMS (Multimedia Message Service).
Go to Main Menu and then select Messaging.
Creating a Message
 Tap
Compose new message.
 In To field; enter the recipient‟s phone number.
 Type message in the Type to compose field.
 Tap
to Send.
Receiving and Managing Messages
When you send and receive messages to or from a contact,
these messages are grouped as a message thread. A
message thread looks like an exchanged conversation.
MULTIMEDIA MESSAGE
A Multimedia message or MMS can contain letters, an image,
an audio or video file. To create and send a MMS, please
follow the steps mentioned below:
 Enter the Main Menu, select Messaging.
 Tap
Compose new message.
 Select Menu > Add subject.
 In the To field, enter the recipient‟s phone number or
email address and enter the Subject.
 To insert a picture or video file, etc, tap
.
 To insert text, tap Type to Compose, and then enter
your message.
3 . 3 CO NT ACT S
Contacts refer to the phonebook that lets you store names,
phone numbers, e-mail addresses and other information. You
can save information such as name, picture, phone numbers,
e-mail addresses, etc for each contact listed in your Contacts
menu.
To add a Contact
 Enter the Main Menu select Phone.
 Enter number > Tap Menu > Add to contacts >
Create New contact.
 Select the storage
 You can enter contact information such as name,
phone number, email address etc, if you select
storage as “Phone”.
 Tap Done to save the contact.
Tip: Or enter the Main Menu and select Contacts, tap
create New contact.
To import contacts
 Enter the Main Menu select Contacts.
 Tap Menu > Import/Export.
 Select to import contacts from Phone contact/ Phone
storage/ SIM Card/ SD Card.
 Select a particular source to import the contacts
from.
 Select Next.
 Select the destination, such as Phone to copy
contacts to.
 Select Next.
 Select “Select All” to import all contacts or mark the
required contacts.
 Select OK.
3 . 4 E MAI L
Your device allows you to compose, read and send emails.
3.5 BROWSER
Browser is a tool which enables you to access the Internet.
4. HO ME SC REEN
4 . 1 S T AT U S B A R
The Status bar icons indicate different types of information.
The table below lists various icons that might appear on the
status bar of the device.
Network intensity of SIM card 1 or SIM card
2
Battery level of the device
New short message
Missed call notification
USB connected
Bluetooth is activated
Wi-Fi is connected.
GPRS network is in use.
4 . 2 AP P L I C A T I O N T A B
Tap Application Drawer to access applications and settings of
the device. The Application tab enables you to access the
Main Menu and choose among the various utilities/ features
available in the device.
4 . 3 CUS T O MIZ I NG S C RE E N
The device features a touch screen with idle displays and
access to utilities at just one-touch. So swipe right or left to
navigate through various screens accessing your favorite
features without entering the main menu. Each screen can be
customized by adding various widgets, shortcuts and folders.
Shortcuts
In order to add a shortcut on the screen: Long press on the
desired application to add on the screen.
Widgets
Save time with live updates right on Home screen and get all
of your personalized updates at one place.
Setting the wallpaper
You can customize the wallpaper of your Home screen with
default wallpaper or with pictures taken from your device.
 In the idle mode, tap Menu Key > Wallpaper.
 Select your desired wallpaper from the various
options:
 Gallery
 Live Wallpapers
 Video Wallpaper
 Wallpapers
Rotating Your Mobile Phone Screen
 The orientation of most screens will change to
landscape or portrait view when you rotate your
phone sideways.
 On the Home screen, tap
> Settings >
Display > Auto-rotate screen to disable this function.
5. MULTIMEDIA
5 . 1 FILE M AN AG E R
You can browse, open and manage the data saved in the
Device and Memory card by accessing the File Manager
sub-menu. The device provides a certain space for users to
manage files and supports the T-Flash card. You can use the
file browser to conveniently manage various directories and
files on the T-Flash card.
5 . 2 MUS IC P L AYE R
Use the Music player to play music files. The songs saved in
your SD Card can be played using the Music Player of the
device.
 Tap
select Application tab
 Select Music
The songs are categorized by Artists, Albums and Songs. You
can make your favorite playlist by long pressing on a song and
selecting Add to Playlist.
5 . 3 C AME R A
Your device is equipped with camera and camcorder, which
enables you to capture photos and videos.
The rear camera is 5 megapixels, when you choose the size
of the preview for the standard (4:3).
5 . 4 S O UND RE CO RDE R
You can use the sound recorder to record sounds and also
select to save the recordings in your phone. Tap
select
Application tab > Sound Recorder. When in the sound
recorder interface, press menu key to select recording mode.
5 . 5 G AL L E R Y
You can view the captured images, recorded video clips, and
downloaded images in the Gallery.
The picture folder and video folder will be displayed.
Select to view the camera pictures or camera videos. The
images or videos will be displayed in thumbnails.
5.6 FM rad io
You can use your phone to listen to FM radio stations once
the original Headset is plugged into the connector. Please
press the side key to adjust music volume.
Tap
to exit FM radio function. Tap the (
search the channels.
) to
6. NETW ORK
6.1 WI-F I
Connect to a wireless network to browse Internet.
 Enter Main Menu and tap Settings.
 Tap „ON‟ to activate Wi-Fi.
 Tap
Wi-Fi > Network notification to start
detecting networks. The available networks will then
be listed.
 Tap Add Wi-Fi network to add a connection.
6.2 3G
The device supports WCDMA protocol. Please make sure that
you device is turned off, then insert or remove the SIM card.
6 . 3 BLUE T O O T H
You can transfer data, such as music to other device using
Bluetooth. Search the device and accept/transfer data. The
received data is automatically stored in the directory.
 Access Settings by entering the main menu
 Check Bluetooth to turn on Bluetooth
 To make your device discoverable, select bluetooth
settings and check discoverable.
7. SETTINGS
7 . 1 S I M MAN AG E ME NT
Your device supports two SIM cards, which can be managed
by accessing the SIM Management sub-menu. You can
view/change the roaming settings of the cards using this
menu.
7 . 2 WIRE LE S S & NE T WO KS
Access this sub-menu to change/view the Wi-Fi, Bluetooth,
Mobile Networks, VPN settings, etc. Please refer to network
section for detailed information on Wi-Fi and bluetooth.
7 . 3 AUDIO P ROF ILE S
Your device provides four pre-defined user profiles that allow
the operations of the device to best suit the environment you
are in. The profiles are General, Silent, Meeting and Outdoor.
The Touch
icon adds a new profile; tap the
to select Reset to restore the default settings.
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7 . 4 DIS P L AY
With this function you can configure the display characteristics
of the device including brightness, Auto-rotate screen, etc.
7 . 5 S T O R AG E
View and manage the data storage of your device:
Total Space and Available Space: Lists the amount of space
on the microSD card installed in your device and the amount
you have used to store photos, videos, music, and other files.
Un-mount SD Card: Un-mounts the microSD card from your
device so that you can format the card or safely remove it
when the device is on.
Available Space: The amount of internal phone storage used
by the operating system, its components, applications
(including those you downloaded), and their permanent and
temporary data.
7 . 6 B AT T E R Y
You can check the battery status of the device by accessing
this sub-menu.
7 . 7 AP P L I C A T I O N S
This sub-menu enables you to manage all the installed,
running and applications saved in the device memory and SD
card. You can remove and manage installed applications,
view and control running applications, allow installation of non
we build in market applications.
7 . 8 L O C AT I O N A C C E S S
Your device supports Global Positioning System.
7 . 9 S E CUR IT Y
You can protect your device from unauthorized users by
setting the PIN code or entering a password.
Enable or Disable SIM card PIN
When PIN code is enabled, you are required to enter the PIN
code before making a call.
 Go to Application Drawer > Settings > Security.
 On the SIM card lock tab, select Set up SIM card
lock.
 Select a SIM card.
 Tap Lock SIM card to use PIN. Check to enable,
uncheck to disable.
 Enter the current PIN code.
 To change the PIN code, select Change PIN.
 Enter the old PIN code.
 Enter the new PIN code and confirm.
Setup Screen Lock
You can set up a lock for your screen in form of Pattern, PIN
code or password.
 Go to Settings > Security
 Set up screen lock
 Select a desired form (Slide, Pattern, PIN code or
password)
7 . 1 0 L ANG U AG E AND I NP UT
Use the Language & Keyboard settings to select the language
for the text on your device and for configuring the onscreen
keyboard, including words that you‟ve added to its dictionary.
7 . 1 1 B AC K U P & R E S E T
You can use the Privacy settings to manage your personal
information, such as back up my data, automatic restore and
factory date reset.
7 . 1 2 AC C O U N T S
Use the Accounts to add, remove, and manage your Google
and other supported accounts. You also use these settings to
control how and whether all applications send, receive, and
sync data on their own schedules, and whether all
applications can synchronize user data automatically.
7 . 1 3 D AT E A N D T I M E
You can select to set date, time and time zone using this
sub-menu.
Use Automatic unless you need to override the network
values.
Use 24-hour format: Select to set 24-hour formats on or off.
Choose Date format: Select from a variety of formats.
7 . 1 4 S CHE D ULE P O WE R O N/ O F F
You can set the time for auto power on /off. Do turn the status
on before using that function, and then the time.
7 . 1 5 AC C E S S I B I L I T Y
You can use the Accessibility settings to configure any
accessibility plug-ins you have installed on your device.
7 . 1 6 AB O U T P H O N E
You can view system information Including System updates,
Status, Legal information, Model number, Android version and
so on.
8. APPLICATIONS AND UTIL ITIES
8 . 1 C AL C U L AT O R
Calculator helps you perform basic arithmetic functions, such
as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
8.2 CLOCK
This function gives you an access to the alarm clock.
Go to
 Clock
 Tap
> tap
to add alarm.
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8 . 3 G MAI L
Gmail is Google's web-based email service. Google Mail is
configured when you first set up your device. Depending on
your synchronization settings, Google Mail on your device is
automatically synchronized with your Google Mail account on
the web.
Go to Main Menu > Gmail.
Select Create or Existing your Google account.
Follow the on screen instructions to login or create your Gmail
username and password.
Once logged in, you can begin reading and sending emails
from your Gmail account.
8 . 4 LO C AL
Places helps you discover nearby places you'll love. Quickly
search for Restaurants, Cafes, Bars and other places, while
on the go. Places also makes it easy to quickly rate the places
you visit. By rating places you'll get place recommendations
based on the places you like and recommendations from your
friends.
8 . 5 P L AY S T O RE
Play store allows you to find and download applications and
fun games for your device.
 Go to Main Menu > Play Store and setup your
Google account.
 Select Create to create a new account or Existing to
sign in your existing account.
Once you are signed in you can begin searching and
downloading programs from the market. Tap Apps to view the
list of applications available and tap Games to view the list of
games available.
ENVIRON MENTAL CONCERN
Help us save Our Environment…GO GREEN..!!
All our endeavors are directed towards providing environment
friendly products to you. The materials used in our devices are
recyclable and can be reused to make new products. We
strive to make products that are safe for our consumers as
well as the environment. Come join hands with us and make
world a better place to live.
Preserve natural resources for future generations by recycling
your phone. The phone contains some metals, when recycled
properly; these can be put back into circulation, decreasing
the need for new metal mining. Recycling reduces the need
for raw materials, saves energy, helps mitigate Global
Warming and reduces pollution, reduces waste products in
landfills; therefore preserving natural resources for the future
and saving the planet.
Follow some simple steps and contribute towards saving the
planet.
DOs
Recycle your handset and its accessories.
To protect natural resources and to promote
re-use of the material, kindly separate batteries
from other type of waste.
DONTs
Do not dispose off your mobile and its battery
in fire.
Do not dispose your mobile with the regular
waste.
Do not over charge your handset. Remove the
charger when battery is full.
Don‟t trash your phone, instead RECYCLE it
This logo signifies that this product and/or its consitituents
should not be disposed off with other household waste.
Hazards of Improper handling, accidental breakage,
damage and /or improper recycling of hazardous
elements
If this product is improperly handled, broken or damaged or
carelessly recycled or disposed off in the fire, can result in
environmental and data security concerns, including the
following:
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Affect nearly every system in the human body and
result in birth defects, brain, heart, liver, kidney and
skeletal system damage. They will also significantly
affect the nervous and reproductive systems of the
human body;

When burned, create cancer-producing dioxins which
are released into the air we breathe; If thrown in
landfills, may leach into groundwater affecting your
local community;

In warm climates, the oxidation of mercury in the
environment can be accelerated, leading to the
creation of oxidized Hg atoms that are known to be
associated with ozone depletion; and Improper
recycling additionally results in data security issues, as
private electronic information remains on hard drive, if
not properly removed before disposal.
How to Recycle
Please get your electronics products recycled only through
authorized recyclers, approved by Pollution Control Board.
We provide facility of recycling of our products. For details of
our collection centers, please visit our website or call our
customer care. Help us to GO GREEN.
Constitution of Hazardous Elements in your Device:
Your device does not contain the following hazardous
elements in a proportion higher than the limits provided
hereunder: maximum concentration value of 0.1% by weight
in homogenous materials for lead, mercury, hexavalent
chromium, polybrominated biphenyls and polybrominated
diphenyl ethers; and maximum concentration value of 0.01%
by weight in homogenous materials for cadmium.
EU Declaration of Conformity for R&TTE Directive
1999/5/EC
We Kazam Mobile Limited
Of Suite 4B, 43 Berkeley Square, London, W1J 5FJ,
United Kingdom(address)
Declare under our sole responsibility that the product
Product name: Smartphone
Trade name: KAZAM
Model name: Trooper X3.5
(Detailed description of product including name, type, model
and supplementary Information such as lot, batch or serial
number, sources and number of items)
To which this declaration relates, is inconformity with the
following standars And/or other normative documents.
Standard
EN 301 489-1 V1.9.2(2011-09),
EN 301 489-3 V1.4.1(2002-08),
EN 301 489-7 V1.3.1(2005-11),
EN 301 489-17 V2.1.1(2009-05),
EN 301 489-24 V1.5.1(2010-10),
EN 301 511 V9.0.2(2003-03)
3GPP ETSI TS 151 010-1 V4.9.0
(2002-07)
EN 300 328 V1.7.1(2006-10)
EN 300 328 V1.7.1(2006-10)
EN 300 328 V1.7.1(2006-10)
EN 300 440-1 V1.6.1(2010-08)
EN 300 440-2 V1.4.1(2010-08)
EN 301 908-1 V5.2.1(2011-05)
EN 301 908-2 V5.2.1(2011-07)
EN 301 908-1 V5.2.1(2011-05)
EN 301 908-2 V5.2.1(2011-07)
EN60950-1:2006+A11:2009+
A1:2010+A12:2011
EN62209-1:2006
EN62209-2:2010
EN62479:2010
Report NO.
13070407-CE-E
13070407-CE-R1
13070407-CE-R2
13070407-CE-R3
13070407-CE-R4
13070407-CE-R7
13070407-CE-R5
13070407-CE-R6
13070407
-CE-S
13070407-CE-H
13070407-CE-H2
We hereby declare that (all essential radio test suites have
been carried out and that) the abone named product is in
conformity to all the essential requirements Of Directive
1999/5/EC.
The Conformity assessment procedure referred to in Article
10 and detailed in Annex [Ⅲ]or [Ⅳ]of Directive 1999/5/EC
has been followed with the involvement of the following Notifie
Body(ies):SIEMIC, INC., 775 Montague Expressway,
Milpitas, CA 95035, USA
Identification mark: 2200 the equipment will also carry the
(Notified Body number)
class 2 equipment identifier
Signature:
2013.10.21
Printed name/title: Daniel Readman / Manager
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7491 6930
Address: Suite 4B, 43 Berkeley Square, London, W1J 5FJ,
United Kingdom
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Head: 0.629W/[email protected] (CE)
Body: 0.835W/[email protected] (CE)
Body-worn Operation
This device was tested for typical body-worn operations. To
comply with RF exposure requirements, a minimum
separation distance of 1.5 cm must be maintained between
the user‟s body and the handset, including the antenna.
Third-party belt-clips,holsters, and similar accessories used
by this device should not contain any metallic components.
Body-worn accessories that do not meet these requirements
may not comply with RF exposure requirements and should
be avoided.
Use only the supplied or an approved antenna. Unauthorized
antennas, modifications, or attachments could impair call
quality, damage the phone, or result in violation of
regulations.Do not use the phone with a damaged antenna. If
a damaged antenna comes into contact with the skin, a minor
burn may result. Please contact your local dealer for
replacement antenna.
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