Small is beautiful
T303
Small is beautiful
May 2008
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Preface
Purpose of this document
This White paper will be published in several revisions as the phone is developed. Therefore, some of the
headings and tables in this document contain limited information. Additional information and facts will be
forthcoming in later revisions.
The aim of this White paper is to give the reader an understanding of the main functions and features of
this phone.
People who can benefit from this document include:
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Operators
Service providers
Software developers
Support engineers
Application developers
This document is published by Sony Ericsson
Mobile Communications AB, without any
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of current information or improvements to
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commercial loss, arising out of the use of the
information in this document.
First edition (May 2008 )
Publication number: EN/LZT 108 9810 R3A
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Document history
Change history
2008-05-29
R3A
Third revised edition
2008-04-17
R2A
Second revised edition
2008-02-28
R1A
First revised edition
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Contents
Product overview ....................................................................................................................... 4
Key features ............................................................................................................................. 5
Images ...................................................................................................................................... 7
Technologies in detail ................................................................................................................ 8
Functions and features ............................................................................................................. 9
Facts and figures ..................................................................................................................... 17
Technical specifications ......................................................................................................... 18
General technical data......................................................................................................... 18
Performance and technical characteristics ......................................................................... 18
USSD technical data ........................................................................................................... 19
GPRS technical data ........................................................................................................... 19
SIM AT services supported ................................................................................................. 20
Music player ........................................................................................................................ 24
Radio with RDS ................................................................................................................... 25
1.3 MP camera .................................................................................................................... 25
Pictures and animations ...................................................................................................... 25
Image decoders................................................................................................................... 25
Image encoders ................................................................................................................... 26
Short Messaging Service..................................................................................................... 26
Enhanced Messaging Service ............................................................................................. 28
Multimedia Messaging Service............................................................................................ 29
Bluetooth™ technical data ...................................................... 30
Java™ ........................................................................ 31
Web browser data .............................................................................................................. 31
Operator technical data ....................................................................................................... 32
Abbreviations ........................................................................................................................... 36
Related information ................................................................................................................. 39
Documents ............................................................................................................................. 39
Links ....................................................................................................................................... 39
Trademarks and acknowledgements ..................................................................................... 39
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Product overview
T303 is a combination of seeming opposites: small yet versatile, beautiful yet robust, appealing yet
affordable. It is a compact slider, with a height of only 83 mm. A multitude of media functions is contained
inside its metal-and-glass housing. The smooth sliding mechanism in combination with the soft rounded
shape further contribute to the overall quality feeling of the phone.
The music player is a perfect tool for listening to songs. The music can easily be organized into personal
playlists.
With the RDS FM radio, the user can preset channels and enjoy favourite tunes through the stereo
headphones.
The 1.3 MP camera enables the user to take pictures of everyday life and view them anytime on the
screen, or share them with friends using Bluetooth™ or MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service).
Other notable features of T303 are TrackID™ music recognition, MP3 ring tones, games, alarm, calculator,
calendar, predictive text input, SMS, phonebook, and Java MIDP 2.0.
Note: To provide updated information about the implemented technology and functionality of this
product, this White paper will be released in updated revisions.
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Key features
FM radio with RDS
The FM radio with RDS (radio data system) offers instant and easy access to FM radio channels. The RDS
function brings information directly to the screen, which is sent out by the currently tuned in radio station.
Just plug in the handsfree that works as an antenna and start listening to your music. The radio can also
be used as an alarm signal.
Music player
Play music files and radio recordings. The folder system enables the user to, for example, browse through
favourite tracks and create simple playlists.
1.3-megapixel camera
With the user-friendly 1.3 MP camera, taking pictures becomes easy and fun. Taking a picture and
sending it as part of a picture message is quick and simple.
1.8-inch colour screen
The 1.8-inch (128x160 pixels), full graphic, 65k colour, TFT (Thin Film Transistor) screen provides a highquality display.
Short Message Service (SMS)
SMS lets you send text messages using your mobile phone.
Picture messaging
Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) is a logical extension of SMS and EMS. MMS lets you combine
sound and image into multimedia messages.
WML/HTML-MP Web browser support
Browse the Internet and look at Web sites.
Bluetooth™ wireless technology
Several devices (simultaneous Bluetooth™ connections) can be connected up to 10 metres (33 feet) away
using Bluetooth wireless technology. For example, when the phone rings, it can be answered with a
Bluetooth headset. Images can be wirelessly sent to another phone. The phone and a computer can
exchange data such as images, music files and calendar data. Bluetooth version 2.0 is supported.
Java™
Download additional information and entertainment applications. This gives users a chance to personalize
the functions and features in their phones, and developers the opportunity to create new applications.
Gaming
Gaming is a very popular feature in mobile phones, and with Java, users can download new games and
skill levels to further enhance their entertainment experience. Two embedded games are included in the
phone at purchase.
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TrackID™
TrackID™ can identify a track playing on the phone radio, or in the room. The phone samples a few
seconds of the song, then connects to an online database, which identifies the song and returns title,
artist and album information.
Polyphonic sound
Polyphonic ringtones, 32 simultaneous sounds.
Calendar
Fully functional calendar with day or month view, and a task reminder.
Alarm
Set a time and your phone will ring at the time. Choose the radio to be your alarm ringtone and wake up to
your favourite station.
Vibrating alert
The phone vibrates and you feel when a call comes in.
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Images
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Technologies in detail
This chapter offers a detailed description of the technologies available in this product.
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Functions and features
The following table is a description of the features in this product. It also compares this product with two
other Sony Ericsson products.
Feature
T303
T250
T280
Alarm clock
Yes
Yes
Yes
Antenna
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Battery
3.6 V, 930 mAh,
Lithium Polymer
3.6 V, 780 mAh,
Lithium Polymer
3.6 V, 780 mAh,
Lithium Polymer
Battery charging time
At least 90%
charged within 2
hours
At least 90%
charged within 2
hours
At least 90%
charged within 2
hours
Bluetooth™ wireless technology
Yes
No
Yes
Calculator
Yes
Yes
Yes
Calendar
Yes,
fully functional
calendar with
Today and All
view. Reminder
can be set. No
synchronisation
Yes,
fully functional
calendar with
Today and All
view. Reminder
can be set. No
synchronisation
Yes,
fully functional
calendar with
Today and All
view. Reminder
can be set. No
synchronisation
Call list
Yes
Yes
Yes
Camera
1.3 MP
VGA
1.3 MP
Camera key
Yes,
shortcut on the
navigation key
Yes,
shortcut on the
navigation key
Yes,
shortcut on the
navigation key
Chinese input method
Yes
Yes
Yes
Built-in
Backlight
Illuminates your phone screen
Wireless connectivity between devices within a
range of up to 10 metres (33 feet). Support for
specification of the Bluetooth System, version
2.0
View calls made and calls received
Text input methods based on Simplified or
Traditional Chinese; Bopomofo, Pinyin or
Stroke
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Feature
T303
T250
T280
Clock
Yes
Yes
Yes
Co-branding area
8 x 22 mm
8 x 22 mm
8 x 22 mm
Colour
Dark metal: black Black
front, black back Silver
Bright metal:
silver front, silver
back
Contacts
Yes,
phonebook with
fields for phone
number, and
name.
Save up to 500
contacts (1500
phone numbers
in total)
Yes,
phonebook with
fields for phone
number, and
name.
Save up to 300
contacts (900
phone numbers
in total)
Yes,
phonebook with
fields for phone
number, and
name.
Save up to 300
contacts (900
phone numbers
in total)
Conference calls
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Level 1 forward
lock
Level 1 forward
lock
Level 1 forward
lock
Visible clock on the screen
Metallic Black
Light
Champagne
Support for multi-party calling
Content online
Downloadable pictures and ringtones are
available online
Copyright protection - DRM
DRM (Digital Rights Management) features the
rights and copy protection of downloaded
content (audio, pictures, music tones,
entertainment features such as games and so
on)
CSS
Yes
No
Wireless CSS 1.1
Yes
Wireless CSS 1.1
Cascading Style Sheets, the de facto standard
style sheet language on the Web, specified by
W3C
Design
Slider phone,
hairline finish
front, hairline
finish and
rubber/plastic
back
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Stick phone,
gloss finish front,
painted back
cover
Stick phone,
gloss finish front,
painted back
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Feature
T303
T250
T280
Device Management (DM)
No
Yes
Yes
Digital camera menu
Yes
No
Yes
Digital zoom
Yes,
2x for VGA
4x for QVGA
No
Yes,
2x for VGA
4x for QVGA
EMS (Enhanced Messaging Service)
Yes
Yes
Yes
83
47
14.7
100.2
44.7
12.7
100.2
44.7
12.7
Yes
(no computer
connection
support)
Yes
(no computer
connection
support)
Yes
Yes
Yes
FM radio with presets, auto and manual
search. The handsfree is used as an antenna.
The radio can also be used as an alarm signal
Yes
Yes
Frequency range
87.5-108 MHz,
channel search
step 0.05 MHz
Games download
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
DM utilizes GPRS as bearer of the provisioning
data (basic network connectivity needs to be in
place) and allows the operator to access the
phone and check and set different settings
such as network connectivity (GPRS), MMS,
and WAP. DM is achieved by supporting Over
The Air provisioning 7.1 (OTA), OMA Client
Provisioning 1.1 (CP) and OMA DM 1.1.2
Text messaging with pictures and sounds
Exterior description
Length (mm):
Width (mm):
Thickness (mm):
Yes
(no computer
A system connector which enables faster data connection
support)
transfer from phone to computer and
computer to phone
Fast port
File manager
Yes
Folder structure storage to help you save and
organize pictures, sounds and other phone
content
FM radio with RDS
Add more games to your phone
Games embedded
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Feature
T303
GPRS
Yes,
Yes,
multislot class 10 multislot class 8
supported (4+2) supported (4+1)
Yes,
multislot class 8
supported (4+1)
Yes
No
Yes
Grid view
(9 icons)
Grid view
(9 icons)
Grid view
(9 icons)
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
4+1 way
navigation
key with preset
shortcuts
4 way navigation 4 way navigation
with preset
with preset
shortcuts
shortcuts
General Packet Radio Services – a
communications standard enabling packet
data transfer similar to Internet at 28.8–56.6
Kbps. It is recommended that you have GPRS
to use MMS and content download services
HTML
T250
T280
HyperText Markup Language, the standard
Internet communications protocol
Icon Desktop
A graphic icon desktop with interactive icons
Infrared port
A wireless connector enabling you to connect
your phone to a laptop or other infrared device
in order to share pictures and sounds
Java™
Support for J2ME™ technology
Keys - navigation and more
2 selection keys
2 selection keys
Call key
Call key
End/on/off key
End/on/off key
2 selection keys
Shortcut key
C key
Call key
End/on/off key
Keys - keypad
12
alphanumeric
12
alphanumeric
12
alphanumeric
Keys - side and other
No
No
No
Keypad lock
Yes
Yes
Yes
Lock the phone keys to prevent activation of a
function in the phone
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Feature
T303
T250
T280
Lunar calendar
Yes
Yes
Yes
Up to 8.0 MB
Up to 3.0 MB
Up to 10 MB
Yes
(fixed shortcuts)
Yes
(fixed shortcuts)
Yes
(fixed shortcuts)
Yes
Yes
Yes,
MMS1.2 features
except for
vCalendar
Yes
No
No
Networks
GSM (R99)
Triband:
• 900/1800/
1900
• 850/1800/
1900
GSM (R97)
Dualband:
• 900/1800
• 850/1900
GSM (R97)
Dualband:
• 900/1800
• 850/1900
OTA settings
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
A calendar system used in China and other
parts of Asia. A lunar month is determined by
the period required for the moon to complete
its full cycle of 29.5 days
Memory (built-in)
Phone memory that is free for the user to use
for pictures, sounds and more
Menu shortcuts
Dedicated shortcuts to frequently used phone
functions
MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service)
Picture messaging with text and sound
Music player
A digital music player. The user can play music
files, and to organize tracks into groups and
create simple playlists. A practical play/stop
function makes it easy to listen to music
WAP and other settings can be sent over-theair to the phone
Picture gallery
A thumbnail image gallery
Picture phonebook
Add a picture to a saved contact. The picture
appears on the screen when the saved contact
calls
Picture wallpaper
Background picture seen on the screen when
the phone is in standby mode
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Feature
T303
T250
T280
Polyphonic ringtones
32
32
32
Predictive text input
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Type:
Size:
Resolution:
Technology:
Colours displayed together:
Backlight colour:
Full graphical
1.8 inches
128x160 pixels
TFT
65,000 (16 bit)
Blue
Full graphical
1.7 inches
128x160 pixels
TFT
65,000 (16 bit)
Blue
Full graphical
1.7 inches
128x160 pixels
TFT
65,000 (16 bit)
Blue
Screen saver
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Concatenated SMS text messaging
Yes,
up to 6
concatenations
Yes,
up to 6
concatenations
Yes,
up to 6
concatenations
Sony Ericsson Update Service
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
No
When you write text, predictive text input
software predicts what word you are writing
and finishes it for you. The prediction is based
on previous words used and a customizable
dictionary
Redial
Identify and redial the most recent caller
Screen
When the phone has not been used for a while,
a screen saver activates and the phone goes
into sleep mode
SIM card lock
Protect the SIM card with a four-digit PIN code
Sleep mode
A power saving feature that minimizes battery
power consumed when the phone is in
standby
SMS, long (text messaging)
Download the latest operator approved version
of the mobile phone software via a computer
Sound recorder
A mini recording device in your phone that lets
you record voice messages or other sounds
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Feature
T303
T250
T280
Speakerphone
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Standby time
Up to 400 hours
Up to 300 hours
Up to 300 hours
Status view
Yes
Yes
Yes
Stopwatch
Yes
Yes
Yes
Talk time
Up to 9 hours
Up to 7 hours
Up to 7 hours
Tasks
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Loudspeaker suitable for using the phone as
an office handsfree
Speed dialling
Allocating contacts in your phonebook to
specific keys on the keypad
Shows the network being used, time and other
status information
Keep track of important things to do
Themes display
Phone menu texts and background graphics
Timer
Set your phone to alert after a specific time
lapse
TrackID™
A service for music recognition
No
(but support for
Connect the phone to a computer using a USB USB charging
and USB mass
cable
storage)
USB connectivity support
Vibrating alert
The phone vibrates when a call comes in or
when an alarm goes off
Voicemail
Support for voicemail operator service
including automatic answering and message
recording
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Feature
T303
T250
T280
WAP
Yes,
2.0
Yes,
1.2.1
Yes,
2.0
Yes,
XHTML Mobile
profile 1.0
No
Yes,
XHTML Mobile
profile 1.0
93 g
82 g
82 g
A mobile Internet standard enabling you to
access specially designed Internet sites
WAP 2.0 XHTML™
A mobile Internet standard enabling you to
access specially designed Internet sites. WAP
2.0 supports colour and interactive lists
Weight
With battery:
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Facts and figures
This chapter gives a detailed listing of all the technical data relating to the product. Comprehensive
descriptions of performance and technical characteristics are presented in table format for quick and easy
access.
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Technical specifications
General technical data
System
GSM/GPRS, Tri-band 900/1800/1900 and 850/1800/1900 MHz
Speech coding
HR, FR, EFR, AMR supported where available, for high speech quality
GSM SIM/USIM card
Small plug-in card, 1.8 V and 3 V
Memory (user free)
Up to 8 MB
Data transfer speeds
Up to 85.6 Kbps (downlink)
Up to 21.4 Kbps (uplink)
Performance and technical characteristics
Dimension
GSM 850
GSM 900
GSM 1800
GSM 1900
Frequency range (MHz)
TX: 824–849
RX: 869–894
TX: 880–915
RX: 925–960
TX: 1710–1785
RX: 1805–1880
TX:1850–910
RX:1930–1990
Channel spacing
200 kHz
200 kHz
200 kHz
200 kHz
Number of channels
124 Carriers *8
(TDMA)
174 Carriers *8
(TDMA)
374 Carriers *8
(TDMA)
299 Carriers *8
(TDMA)
Modulation
GMSK
GMSK
GMSK
GMSK
TX phase accuracy
< 5º RMS Phase
error (burst)
< 5º RMS Phase
error (burst)
< 5º RMS Phase
error (burst)
< 5º RMS Phase
error (burst)
Duplex spacing
45 MHz
45 MHz
95 MHz
80 MHz
Frequency stability
+/- 0.1 ppm
+/- 0.1 ppm
+/- 0.1 ppm
+/- 0.1 ppm
Voltage operation
(nominal)
3.6 V
3.6 V
3.6 V
3.6 V
Transmitter RF power
output
33 dBm Class 4
(2 W peak)
33 dBm Class 4
(2 W peak)
30 dBm Class 1
(1 W peak)
30 dBm Class 1
(1 W peak)
Transmitter output
impedance
50 ohm
50 ohm
50 ohm
50 ohm
Transmitter spurious
emission (according to
specification)
< -36 dBm up to
1 GHz
< -30 dBm over 1
GHz
< -36 dBm up to < -30 dBm
1 GHz
< -30 dBm over 1
GHz
< -30 dBm
Receiver RF sensitivity
Better than – 102 Better than – 102 – 102 dBm
dBm
dBm
– 102 dBm
Receiver RX bit error
rate
< 2.4%
< 2.4%
< 2.4%
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USSD technical data
Feature
Support
USSD support
GSM Phase 1/2 (cross-phase compatibility)
GPRS behaviour according to class 10
Mode support mode
UI-mode supported
SAT initiated USSD supported
UI-mode details
Ability to scroll up and down in USSD messages
GPRS technical data
Dimension
Support
Compatible GPRS and SMG
specifications
Release 99 according to ETSI specification
Data rates
Multislot class 10 supported (4+2).
CS-1, CS-2, CS-3, CS-4
9.05 Kbps, 13.4 Kbps, 15.6 Kbps, 21.4 Kbps supported (networkdependent)
Indicator of attachment to the
GPRS service
Yes, an icon in the top left corner, a filled triangle if attached
Indicator of PDP context activation
No
Medium Access Modes)
Dynamic allocation
Support of Packet Control
Channels (PBCCH/PCCCH)
Yes
Network operation mode
NOM I, II, III
Support of GPRS combined
procedures
Yes
Network control mode
NC0 and 2
Support of access in 2 phases
Yes
Support of PRACH on 11 bits
Yes
Support of GPRS re-selection C31/ Yes
C32
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, GEA2
Support of compression algorithms No
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Dimension
Support
Support of the QoS modification
procedure
Yes, when initiated by the network (not by the mobile phone)
Downlink data rate
Up to 85.6 Kbps for packet data communication, using 4 time slots
in coding scheme CS-4
Uplink data rate
Up to 21.4 Kbps for packet data communication, using 1 time slots
in coding scheme CS-4
Mode of operation
Class B and Class C modes of operation 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)
QoS
QoS negotiation supported. Default requested QoS sent by the
mobile phone 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 multi slot class 4 and
CS-4
PDP context
10 PDP context descriptions are saved in the phone.
PDP context description is edited via application in mobile, ATcommand or via OTA.
SIM
GPRS aware, as well as non-GPRS aware, SIM cards are
supported
SIM AT services supported
Service
Mode
Support
CALL CONTROL BY SIM
Yes
DATA DOWNLOAD TO
SIM
Cell Broadcast
SMS
No
Yes
DISPLAY TEXT
Text of up to 240 characters (120 UCS2 coded)
No
0 = normal priority
Yes
1 = high priority
Yes
0 = clear message after a delay
Yes
1 = wait for user to clear message
Yes
bit 1:
bit 8:
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Service
Mode
Support
GET INKEY
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
1 = character sets defined by bit 1 and bit 2 are
disabled and the Yes/No response is requested
Yes
bit 1:
bit 2:
bit 3:
GET INPUT
General: number of hidden input characters
bit 1:
bit 2:
bit 3:
bit 4:
bit 8:
252
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 screen
Yes
1 = user input not to be revealed in any way
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
LAUNCH BROWSER
No
MORE TIME
Yes
PLAY TONE
Yes
POLLING OFF
Yes
POLL INTERVAL
Yes
PROVIDE LOCAL
INFORMATION
'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
No
'05' = Timing advanced
No
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Service
Mode
Support
REFRESH
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
No
'03' = SIM Initialization
Yes
'04' = SIM Reset
Yes
SELECT ITEM
Yes
SEND DTMF
Yes
SEND SHORT MESSAGE
bit 1:
0 = packing not required
No
1 = SMS packing by the ME required
No
SEND SS
Yes
SEND USSD
Yes
SET UP CALL
SET UP EVENT LIST
General: capability configuration
Yes
Set-up speech call CallParty
No
Sub address DTMF support
Yes
'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 redial
No
'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 redial
No
'04' = set up call, disconnecting all other calls (if
any)
Yes
'05' = set up call, disconnecting all other calls (if
any), with redial
No
'00' = MT call
Yes
'01' = Call connected
Yes
'02' = Call disconnected
Yes
'03' = Location status
Yes
'04' = User activity
Yes
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Mode
Support
'05' = Idle screen available
Yes
'06' = Card reader status
N/A
'07' = Language selection
Yes
'08' = Browser termination
Yes
'09' = Data available
Yes
'OA' = Channel status
Yes
SET UP IDLE MODE
Yes, 1 row
of text is
supported
SET UP MENU
Yes
TIMER MANAGEMENT
No
OPEN CHANNEL
No
CLOSE CHANNEL
No
RECEIVE DATA
No
SEND DATA
No
GET CHANNEL STATUS
No
User Interaction with SIM AT
• Digits only – 160 characters
• SMS default alphabet characters – 160
characters
• Hidden characters (digits only) – 20 characters
Display text
Text clearing times are 2-35 seconds and a
30 second time-out limit for the user to clear the
text. Key responses:
Key responses:
• Clear – Clear current character
• Back – Backward move in proactive session
• OK – Command performed successfully
• Back – Backward move in proactive session
• OK/Back – Clears the screen if the command is
performed successfully
Select item
Get inkey
Scroll to highlight item for selection. Key
responses:
Prompt for a one-character input. Pressing OK
without entering a character gives warning
message “Minimum 1 character”. Key responses:
•
•
•
•
• Back – Backward move in proactive session
• OK – Command performed successfully
Navigation key press down – Scroll down list
Navigation key press up – Scroll up list
Back – Backward move in proactive session
OK – Command performed successfully
Get input
Prompt for character input. The phone will refuse to
accept further input when maximum response
length is reached. UI maximum response lengths:
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Send short message
Set up menu
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:
Incorporates a SIM Application Toolkit menu item
into the main menu structure.
If an alpha identifier is supplied in the Set Up Menu
command, this is used as the SIM AT entry in the
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.
• Back – End the proactive session
Music player
File types
Formats
Extensions
Ringtones
MP3
MIDI
SP-MIDI
AMR-WB
AMR-NB
SMAF
MXMF
I-melody
.mp3
.mid
MP3
MXMF
AMR
MIDI
.mp3
Music files
.amr, .3gp
.amr, .3gp
.amr
.mid
Feature
Support
Automatic pause on telephone call
Playlists
Play modes
Equalizer
Minimizing the music player
Yes
Yes
Shuffle, Loop
No
Yes
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Radio with RDS
Feature
Options
Output
Portable handsfree
Internal loudspeaker
External loudspeakers
Save channels
Yes, 20 presets (9 direct keys)
Antenna
Stereo portable handsfree
Radio recording
Normal quality
High quality
1.3 MP camera
Facts and figures
Picture sizes (resolution)
1.3 MP (1280x1024)
Camera memory
Phone memory, no memory dedicated to the camera only
Pictures and animations
Formats
JPEG, PNG, GIF (including animated)
Sharing via
MMS, EMS, Bluetooth™
Image decoders
Decoder
Details
Size
Colour depth
File format
GIF
87a/89a
128x160 pixels
256 bit
GIF
JPEG
ISO/IEC JPEG
Baseline DCT
Progressive DCT
Non-differential
Huffman coding
Symbol 'SOF2'
1.3 M - 1280x1024
BMP
The bitmap image format
used by Windows®
XRAM dependent, 24 bit
default is VGA
JFIF v1.02
WBMP
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Image encoders
Encoder
Details
Size
Colour depth
GIF
89a
JPEG
ISO/IEC JPEG
Baseline DCT
Non-differential
Huffman coding
Symbol 'SOF0'
VGA
BMP
The bitmap image format
used by Windows®
XRAM dependent, 24 bit
default is VGA
File format
JFIF v1.01
WBMP
Short Messaging Service
Feature
Support
SMS service centre number
The SMS centre number can be preloaded
Pictures
A picture or an icon can be inserted into the text
message. EMS compliant mobile phones will be able to
see the picture correctly
Input methods
Zi predictive text input and multitap
Reply to messages
Received messages can be replied to by SMS, MMS or
phone call
Message creation methods support
Zi predictive writing and multitap
Copy and paste words
Yes
Teaching of predictive words that are not in
the predictive dictionary
Yes
Options when creating a message
Save a sent message in a Sent messages
folder
Yes
Insert a line in the message
Yes
Assign a validity period to the message
Yes
Use pre-defined messages
Yes
Options when receiving a message
Reply to the sender
Yes
Forward the message
Yes
Save the message on the SIM card
Yes
Get delivery time and date
Yes
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Feature
Support
Options of the previously sent message
Delivery report of the message
Yes
Forward the message
Yes
Save the message on the SIM card
Yes
Know the remaining capacity storage
No, but notification when 95% full
Options of the previously received message
Reply to the sender
Yes
Save the message on the SIM card
Yes
Forward the message
Yes
Know the remaining capacity storage
No, but notification when 95% full
Supported ways of replying to a received
text message
Via SMS
Yes
Via MMS
No
Via email
No
Via phone call (set up a call to the number
contained in the message body)
Yes
Via WAP (go to the WAP address contained in Yes
the message body)
Via USSD session
No
Option to send a text message to a list of
recipients
Yes
Option to write an email address as a recipient No
address
SMS storage
On the SIM card and in the phone
SMS storage capacity in phone memory
250 SMS in phone memory
Nokia Picture Messaging
Yes
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Enhanced Messaging Service
Feature
Support
Number of messages that the mobile phone 6
is able to handle to generate a concatenated
message
Capacity storage
500 contacts, 250 SMS* and the space left on the SIM
card
*1 EMS can contain up to 6 SMS
Outgoing messages
See how many short messages an EMS message
consists of before sending.
Choose whether to send the message or not after writing
Incoming messages
A signal is heard once all parts of the message have been
received or when a timeout occurs.
Option to re-use the content of an EMS message.
Sounds and pictures can be inserted in a new message, if
the object is not protected using ODI
Concatenated messages
A receipt is received in the mobile phone when all parts of
a concatenated message have been delivered
Insert objects
Options to add pictures, animations and sounds to an
EMS message
Sounds
Chimes high, chimes low, ding, tada, notify, drum, claps,
fanfare, chords high, chords low
I-melody
Yes, version 1.2
Melodies
Receive (always) and send melodies via EMS, if the
melodies are not protected by ODI.
Download melodies and commercial tunes from WAP
portals.
Create melodies on WAP portals
WBMP
Yes
Picture sizes
16x16 pixels, 32x32 pixels, variable size in black and
white
Pictures
Send and receive pictures via EMS, if the pictures are not
protected by ODI.
Create pictures on WAP portals.
Download pictures from WAP portals.
Receive pictures in enhanced messages originated by
service providers
Animations
The mobile phone supports the following animations:
Angry, Confused, Crying, Devil, Flirty, Glasses, Happy,
Indifferent, Kiss, Laughter, Love, Sad, Sceptical, Tongue,
Wink and Wow, as defined in 3GPP™ TS 23.040 v4.4.0
Options to send and receive colour animations
TP-PID field value given by the mobile phone 0 x 00
before sending an EMS message
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Multimedia Messaging Service
Feature
Support
MMS/GPRS parameters placement
MMS is connected to an Internet profile. An Internet
profile is connected to a Data Account. A Data Account
contains GPRS parameters
Option to pre-configure the MMS
parameters in factory
MMS/GPRS: Yes
Option to configure the MMS parameters by MMS/GPRS: Yes
OTA provisioning
Option for all the parameters from the
MMS/GPRS: Yes
parameters set to be OTA provisioned at the
same time
Option for only one parameter from the
parameters set to be OTA provisioned
MMS/GPRS: No
OTA provisioning solution
OTA Settings Specification v7.1 © Ericsson and Nokia
Supplier indication of realized
interoperability 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
Email recipient address
Message Cc recipient(s) address(es)
MSISDN recipient address
The user can insert multimedia elements into Browser
multimedia messages from
File manager
Camera
Contacts
Calendar
Sound recorder
Option for sent messages to be memorized
into a folder in the phone memory
Yes
MMS storage capacity in phone memory
Up to 50 MMS
Actions that the user can perform after
message notification
Always download
Roaming
Always ask
Actions that the user can perform after
message retrieval
Reply to the sender of the message (MMS)
Forward the message (SMS/MMS)
Delete the message
Call the sender of a message
View details
Save items
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Feature
Support
Multimedia codecs/formats supported for
audio
SP-Midi, G-Midi, SMF0, SMF1, AMR, MP3, iMelody
Multimedia codecs/formats supported for
image
JPEG, GIF87, GIF89A, WBMP, BMP
Formats for message presentation
Message body + attachments
SMIL version as described in OMA MMS IOP document
version 1.0
Maximum message size that can be handled Maximum size can be customized
by the phone for a message
MMS User Agent will report problems to the Message not sent causes no user subscription to service,
user in case of:
if included in ResponseText
Message not sent causes required functionality not
supported by MMS Relay/Server, if included in
ResponseText
Message not sent causes insufficient credit (in case of
prepaid charging), if included in ResponseText
Bluetooth™ technical data
Dimension
Support
Bluetooth capability statement
Bluetooth Specification, version 2.0
Bluetooth profiles
Generic Access
Generic Object Exchange
Handsfree
Headset
Object Push
Connectable devices
All products supporting Bluetooth spec. 1.1, or higher, and at
least one of the profiles above
Coverage area
Varies due to radio performance on remote device and the
occurrence of obstacles. Up to 10 metres (33 feet)
Transmission power
Class 2, typical +4 dBm or 2.5 mW
Frequency band
2.4 GHz – the unlicensed ISM band
Power consumption
Standby, Bluetooth On mode: <0.6 mA (GSM host processor
excluded)
Data transmission rate
Up to 600 Kbps asymmetric and up to 350 Kbps symmetric
from an application level
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Java™
Feature
Functionalities
Java™ Platform, Micro Edition
CLDC 1.1 (JSR 139)
MIDP 2.0 (JSR 118)
Wireless Messaging API (JSR 120)
Java™ Technology for the Wireless Industry (JSR 185)
File system packet API of the PDA Optional Packages for J2ME™
Platform (JSR 75-FC)
Mobile Media API (JSR 135 - Audio playback and snapshot only)
Web browser data
Feature
Support in the browser
Back to previous page
Yes
Bearer type GPRS (IP)
Yes
Bookmarks
Yes, up to 20 named bookmarks for easy access to frequently visited
pages, with folders supported
Bookmark Export/Import
Yes, can be sent and received using SMS
Cache
Yes (size 100 kB)
Character sets
UTF-8 (Default), USASCII, Latin1, UCS2.
When creating WML applications, it is recommended to always save
the page content as UTF-8, and that this is clearly indicated in the
pages before publishing. This ensures that the application content 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
Clear cache
Yes
Colour
Colour screen
Home page
Yes, up to 10 different; one for each WAP profile
HTML version for browser
Mobile Profile 1.0, WML 1.3
Hyperlinks in text
Yes, highlighted as blue text
Hyperlinks in images
Yes, indicated by a frame
Image animation
Yes
Image formats
GIF (including animated) WBMP, no transparent layers, JPEG, BMP
Network settings
Up to 10 different settings available by selecting WAP profile
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Feature
Support in the browser
OTA support
Yes
PPP authentication
PAP supported
Reload page
Yes
User agent profiles
Yes, list of client characteristics, for example, screen size
WAP/WML
WAP 1.2.1/WML 1.3
Internet profiles
Up to 10 Internet profiles, each with its own settings
Operator technical data
Feature
Support for WAP
WAP browser
Version
2 baseline
Security mechanism
Bearer
The Ericsson-Nokia
solution
OMA Client Provisioning
OTA via SMS
Operator verification
through a code that can be
included in the OTA
configuration data.
This code is shown to the
user who can choose to
install or not
Uses security mechanism (SEC)
methods according to WAP-183ProvCont-20010724-a. See
www.openmobilealliance.org
Bearer
The Ericsson-Nokia
solution
OMA Client Provisioning
OTA via SMS
A question whether to
install, with the code, if
available is asked. The user
may have to choose to
create a new profile or to
replace an existing profile
For NETWPIN the user is asked to
accept to install received settings.
For USERPIN, USERNETWPIN and
USERPINMAC the user is
subsequently asked to enter a PIN
code that is a shared secret between
the service provider and the user
Re-provisioning Interface
The Ericsson-Nokia
solution
OMA Client Provisioning
OTA via SMS
Same interface as above
If the settings previously installed
were privileged or have higher
priority, the settings might not be
possible to install again unless the
terminal is reset, otherwise as above
Carrier reset/provisioning
Yes, but not if the set is pre-configured in the factory and locked
Interface
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Feature
Support for WAP
Applicative provisioning
Preferred bearer customization
No
Email customization
No
Other applications/features
Yes (MMS)
Technologies
Openwave OTA
No
Other
Yes, The Ericsson-Nokia solution.
OTA Settings Specification v7.1
Provisioning bearer
SMS
Parameter sets available
< or = 10 (total number of Internet profiles)
Parameter sets for OTA
modification
< or = 10 (total number of Internet profiles)
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 accessibility
Internet, push inbox
SL reception warning
The user can make a choice if a dialogue is wanted or not before
loading the SL
SIA reception warning
Yes
Cache size limitations
The oldest push in the inbox will be discarded
Number of push messages
Depending on the size of the push messages. Around 20 push
messages with a size of 500 bytes can be saved
Push de-activate
Yes
Dynamic push menu changes
No, there are no changes in the menus when activating or
deactivating push
Security
Mechanisms for push
No
WSP push sessions
No
HTTP push session
No
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Feature
Support for WAP
User agent profile
UA profile content sent at beginning Yes
of WSP session
URL sent pointing to the UA profile
at the beginning of a WSP session
Yes
URL location
On the manufacturer WAP site
WTAI
WTA Make Call
Yes
WTA Send DTMF
Yes
WTA Add Phonebook
Yes
DOWNLOAD )
WAP solutions
HTTP GET solution to download
content over WAP
Yes
Download Fun from Openwave
No
Other download content over WAP
Yes, download limit (HTTP protocol)
Download application/product
memory check
Yes
Downloaded object solution
Yes. The user is informed where the content is saved and asked if
it should be used at once or later
UAP indication for downloading
Yes
Other features
Yes. Save, delete, forward, use and manage
Object formats
All formats that are supported in the phone will be available fo
download
GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE
Man Machine Interface
Selection keys
Yes
Separate/dedicated back or delete
keys
Yes
Screen backlight on when browsing Yes
Predictive writing
Yes
“http://” string displayed
automatically when entering URLs
Yes
Elements
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Feature
Support for WAP
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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Abbreviations
3GPP™
DTMF
3rd Generation Partnership Project. Collaboration
between a number of telecommunications
standards bodies to specify 3G. 3GPP also
maintains and develops the specifications for
GSM.
Dual Tone Multi Frequency. A method of coding
digits as a combination of two audible tones.
EFR
Enhanced Full Rate, speech coding
AMR
EMS
Adaptive Multi-Rate. 3GPP standard for speech
coding (compression).
Enhanced Messaging Service. An extension of
SMS enabling pictures, animations, sound and text
formatting to be added to text messages. 3GPP
has included EMS in the standards for SMS.
API
Application Programming Interface
ETSI
CS
European Telecommunications Standards Institute
Circuit Switched. Connection from A to B which
has a fixed bandwidth and is maintained over a
period of time, for example a voice telephone call.
FR
Full Rate, speech coding
CS-1 to CS-4
GIF
Coding Scheme. Determines the data rate per
timeslot in GPRS.
Graphics Interchange Format. Format for storing
images which also supports animated images.
Highly compressed by limiting the colour palette to
16 or 256 colours.
CSS
Cascading Style Sheets
GPRS
DM
General Packet Radio Services
Device Management. DM utilizes GPRS as bearer
(basic network connectivity needs to be in place) of
the provisioning data and allows the operator to
access the phone and check and set different
settings such as network connectivity (GPRS),
MMS and WAP.
GSM
Global System for Mobile Communications. The
GSM system family includes GSM 850, GSM 900,
GSM 1800 and GSM 1900.
DRM
HR
Digital Rights Management. Controls copying and
distribution of content, with respect to intellectual
property rights.
Half Rate, speech coding
HSCSD
High Speed Circuit Switched Data
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HTML
PDA
HyperText Markup Language
Personal Digital Assistant
HTTP
PDP
HyperText Transfer Protocol
Packet Data Protocol
JPEG
PIM
Joint Photographic Experts Group. Best known for
the JPG format for still image compression.
Personal Information Management. Generic term
for applications such as Contacts, Calendar and
Tasks
MIDI
SI
Musical Instrument Digital Interface
Service Indication
ME
SL
Mobile Equipment (phone excluding SIM card)
Service Loading
MMI
SIM card
Man Machine Interface. Same as User Interface
(UI).
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.
MMS
Multimedia Messaging Service, logical extension of
SMS and EMS. MMS defines a service enabling
sound and images to be combined into multimedia
messages.
SMS
Short Messaging Service. Allows messages of up
to 160 characters to be sent and received via the
network operator’s message centre to a mobile
phone.
ODI
Object Distribution Indicator. Part of EMS release
4.3, ODI is a mechanism for controlling distribution
of content (pictures, melodies etc.) within short
messages.
SS
Supplementary Services
OMA
SSL
Open Mobile Alliance. Promotes interoperability
and a wireless standard for delivering email,
textbased Web pages and data to mobile phones,
PDAs, pagers and other mobile terminals.
Secure Socket Layer
UI
OTA
User Interface
Over-the Air Configuration. To provide settings for
the phone by sending a text message using SMS,
over the network to the phone. This reduces the
need for the user to configure the phone manually.
URL
Uniform Resource Locator. The global address of
documents and other resources on the World Wide
Web.
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USSD
Unstructured Supplementary Services Data.
Narrow-band GSM data service.
VGA
Video Graphics Array. Graphics standard
introduced by IBM, with a resolution of 640x480
pixels.
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.
WBMP
Wireless BitMap. A graphic format optimized for
mobile computing devices.
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 Web (WWW). In contrast
to HTML, WML is designed to fit small handheld
devices.
WSP
Wireless Session Protocol
XHTML
Extensible HyperText Markup Language
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Related information
Documents
• Sony Ericsson User guide
• Sony Ericsson FAQ
• AT Command Reference Manual
• WAP 1.2.1 Specifications
Links
•
•
•
•
•
•
www.sonyericsson.com
www.sonyericsson.com/support
www.ericsson.com/mobilityworld
www.midi.org
www.extendedsystems.com
www.gsmworld.com/
•
•
•
•
•
•
www.imc.org
www.imc.org/pdi
www.etsi.fr
www.wapforum.org
www.w3.org/TR/xhtml-basic
www.cognimatics.com
Trademarks and acknowledgements
XHTML™ is a trademark or registered trademark of the W3C.
Microsoft®, Windows® is either a registered trademark or a trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the
United States and/or other countries.
The Predictive Text Technology is used under license from Zi Corporation.
The Bluetooth™ word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by
Sony Ericsson is under licence.
The Liquid Identity logo and TrackID are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sony Ericsson Mobile
Communications AB.
TrackID™ is powered by Gracenote Mobile MusicID™. Gracenote and Gracenote Mobile MusicID are
trademarks of Gracenote, Inc.
WALKMAN, Memory Stick Micro, and Sony are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sony Corporation.
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Ericsson is a trademark or registrered trademark of Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson.
3GPP™ is a trademark of ETSI in France and other jurisdictions.
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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