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GLOBAL ACCESSIBILITY REPORTING INITIATIVE (GARI)
MOBILE HANDSET/DEVICE
ACCESSIBILITY REPORT
Publishing Approval By: Elena Hurjui
Publication Date: 13 May 2013
GARI Project Website
www.mobileaccessibility.info
GLOBAL ACCESSIBILITY REPORTING INITIATIVE (GARI)
MOBILE HANDSET/DEVICE REPORT
Manufacturer/Importer: Alcatel Mobile Phones
Product Brand(s):
Alcatel OneTouch
Models:
ONE TOUCH M'POP
Phone is available in
the following regions:
Europe
Phone Shape:
Smart Phone
Website and/or contact
http://www.alcatelonetouch.com
details for the product
Date Completed:
Completed By:
FEATURE
May-13-2013
Elena Hurjui
DESCRIPTION
HARDWARE INFORMATION
Handset weight
Weight including battery.
The number of days the battery will last when the phone is switched on but
Standby Time / Talk
not being used (standby time). The number of hours it will last while you are
Time
making calls (talk time).
You can plug in a headset containing headphones and a microphone. This
Headset - plug
allows you to answer calls, listen, and talk without holding the phone. This
connected
can mean better call quality for some people and is useful if you have
trouble holding a phone.
The type of plug a headset will need to have so that it can be connected to
Headset - plug type
the phone
Touch Screen
Does the device have a touch screen?
Touch Screen - Heat
If the device has a touchscreen, is it capacitive (sometimes referred to as
Activated
heat activated
Easy Battery Placement
Is Battery clearly marked for proper orientation/placement
Easy to Press Keys
Keys on the keypad are easy to press
Each key can easily be distinguished from the surrounding keys, reducing
Key Identification
the chance that you will press the wrong one.
How each key is made easy to distinguish from the surrounding keys. Either
Key Identification by (1) being physically separate, (2) having ridges between them, or (3)
Discernment
some other way.
Key center point
What is the distance from the centre point of one alpha-numeric key to
distance
another?
Keypad Layout
The keypad is laid out like a QWERTY typewriter keyboard
Anti-slip features
Has a non-slip coating or ridges to prevent it slipping out of your hand
Ease of Opening for
Can be opened using one hand (only relevant for phones that have to be
Clam Shell/Flip
opened - ‘clam shell’, ‘flip’ or ‘slider’ designs).
Phone/Slider
Lanyard Pin for key ring
Has a small bar allowing a key ring or neck strap (lanyard) to be attached
or Lanyard Strap
Differentiation of
The number keys have a different colour or shape from the other keys,
Function Keys
making them easier to tell apart by touch or by sight
Backlight for Keypad
Keys light up so the numbers and labels are easier to read
Display Characteristics Size of the main display
Main Display Size
Display Characteristics The number of dots (called pixels) used to display text and images on the
Main Display Resolution
main display. More dots means more detail.
Display Characteristics Menus can be displayed using symbols or pictures in a grid layout. This can
Symbols/Icons
make them easier for some people to understand or remember
DETAIL
137 Grams
10 Days 13 Hrs
Yes
Information Not
Available
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Information Not
Available
NA mm
N/A
Yes
N/A
No
N/A
N/A
121 x 64 mm
480 x 800 pixels
Yes
Display Characteristics Screen Flicker
Internet Capability
Supports ability to
install third party
applications or apps.
External keyboard
support
Stylus support
The main display does not flicker at a rate that could cause problems for
people with photo-epilepsy (between 2 Hz and 60 Hz)
You can use the phone to browse websites and use other internet-based
services.
Yes
Yes
You can install third party applications for example from an approved
application store.
Yes
You can connect an external keyboard to the device
Yes
You can use a stylus or other pen-like device
Yes
MOBILITY/DEXTERITY FEATURES
Speaker-phone capable
Hands free operation during dialling and after call initiated
Text Messaging Service
Can all the text message features supported be read, composed and sent
Capable
using the phone's screen and/or keypad
Helps you write text messages more quickly by predicting words from the
Predictive Text Input
first few letters you type.
Individual keys are recessed or guarded in some way to reduce the chance
Guarded/recessed keys
that you will press the wrong key
Allows customised devices to work with the phone. Device can be
Device Coupling - Cable
connected to the phone by using a cable (an electrical wire)
Allows customised devices to work with the phone. Device can be
Device Coupling connected to the phone by using infrared signal (which travels through the
Infrared
air like a radio wave but cannot pass through walls or other solid objects)
Allows customised devices to work with the phone. Device can be
Device Coupling connected to the phone by using Bluetooth/wireless LAN (radio signals
Bluetooth/WLAN
which travel through the air and may also be able to pass through walls or
other solid objects)
Allows customised devices to work with the phone. Device can be
Device Coupling - Other
connected to the phone by using other connections then those described
above (please describe):
Flat Back for Table Top
Has a flat back, so it can be used while it is lying on a table
Operation
You can set it to answer all calls automatically without you having to do
Automatic Answer
anything.
You can set it to automatically redial if the number you called is busy or
Automatic Redial
unavailable.
Any Key Answering
Can the user answer the call by pressing any key?
Voice Recognition for
Allows you to dial a number by speaking the person’s name, if it is stored in
Dialing
your contact list (a personal ‘telephone book’ you create in your phone)
Some controls require you to pinch or twist them with your fingers, or rotate
Hand Movement
your wrist
Voice recognition for
Allows you to activate features by speaking commands into the phone,
accessing features
reducing the need to use the keypad
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
NA
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
VISION FEATURES
Tactile Key Markers - 'F'
& 'J'
Tactile Key Marker - '5'
Standard Number Key
Layout
Key Feedback - Tactile
Key Feedback - Audible
Audible Identification of
Keys - Spoken
Audible Identification of
Keys - Functions
Audible Cues - Battery
The 'F' and 'J' keys have raised dots or bumps on them so you can
distinguish them by touch (only relevant for phones that have a QWERTY
typewriter-style keypad)
The number ‘5’ key has a raised dot or bump on it so you can distinguish it
by touch
The number keys are laid out in the standard way with 1 2 3 at the top and *
0 # at the bottom
When you press a key you can feel a physical click, so you know it has
been pressed
When you press a key it makes a sound, so you know it has been pressed
When you press a number key the number is spoken out, so you know you
have pressed the correct one.
The sounds you hear when you press a key are different for number keys
and function keys, so you can easily tell them apart
Makes sounds to tell you when the battery is running out or when it is
recharging.
N/A
N/A
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Audible Cues - Power
Audible Cues - Calls
Audible Cues - Volume
Adjustable Font - Style
Adjustable Font - Size
Automatic Features Automatic Answer
Personalized Shortcuts
Voice Recognition for
Dialing or Accessing
Features
Ring Tone Variations
Voiced Menus
Voice output of SMS:
inbuilt
Display Characteristics Adjustable Contrast
Control
Display Characteristics Adjustable Brightness
Control
Voice output of caller ID
from contacts list
Display Characteristics Backlight for Display
Display Characteristics Colour Differention.
High contrast mode
Support accessibility
APIs
Speed dial
Web browser Zoom
Makes a sound when you press the power on/off button, so you know it’s
been pressed.
If another call comes in while you are still on a call, it makes a sound to tell
you there is a Call Waiting.
Is there a audible cue to indicate a change in the volume level?
You can change the font (typeface) used for the text on the display, which
may make it easier to read
You can make the text on the display larger or smaller to make it easier to
read
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Does the phone support automatic answering of calls?
No
You can assign a particular feature to a single key or a short key sequence
Yes
Voice Commands can be used for dialing or accessing features on the
phone.
Yes
You can set it to use different ring tones for different people when they call
you
Speaks the menu options, allowing you to access functions even if you
cannot read the display
Yes
No
Can read text messages out loud to you
No
You can adjust the contrast of the display to make text and symbols easier
to see against the background
Yes
You can adjust the brightness of the display to make it easier to read
Yes
When you receive a call, it speaks the caller’s name if it is stored in your
contact list
Yes
The display lights up to make it easier to read in the dark
Yes
The information presented on the display does not rely on colour perception
for understanding (e.g. you do not have to be able to distinguish red
symbols from green symbols)
The phone comes with at least one high contrast mode
API’s allow accessibility software programs to communicate with the device
(although there may be some limits).
You can assign speed dial short cut keys to your contacts
You can magnify web content when using the internet browser
HEARING/SPEECH IMPAIRMENT FEATURES
Automatic Features Can the Volume automatically adjust itself based on the ambient noise level?
Volume
The phone can be set to vibrate when it receives a call or text message or
Vibrating alert
when it gives a warning alert
When you press the power on/off button a visual alert is shown (e.g. a light),
Visual Alerts - Power
so you know it’s been pressed.
Displays a visual alert to tell you when the battery is running out or when it is
Visual Alerts - Battery
recharging.
Visual Alerts - Incoming
When a call comes in, it displays a visual alert, such as the caller’s name or
Calls
photo if it is stored in your contact list
Whether there are other visual alerts /text displays that are not mentioned
Visual Alerts - Other
above.
Visual Indicators on
The display shows the current battery strength and the network signal
Display - Battery
strength.
Visual indicators on
The display shows what type of network you are connected to (e.g. 2G or
Display - Network
3G).
Visual Indicators on
The display shows the current volume level.
Display - Volume Control
Visual indicators on
When someone has left a voice mail message, it displays a visual alert.
Display - Voice Mail
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
N/A
Yes
Yes
No
No
Visual Indicators on
Display - Line Status
Visual Indicators on
Display - Enhancements
Messaging Options Text Messaging/SMS
Messaging Options Email
Messaging Options - IM
Messaging Options MMS
Messaging Options Predictive Text
SMS Personalisation
and Reuse
Video Conferencing
Hearing Aid
Compatibility
Key Feedback Displayed
Ringer Volume
Adjustable
Call Logs
Text phone/TTY
compatibility
HAC Rating
Visual Alerts - Electronic
Message
Two-way video
communications – using
mobile networks
Two-way video
communications – using
wireless LAN networks
Adjustable Maximum
Volume Control
Front facing camera
Supports Closed
Captioning for Web
Video or Streaming
Adjustable Vibrating
Alerts
Whether there is a visual indicator on the display to indicate the line status
(i.e on-line)
Whether there is a visual indicator on the display to indicate whether any
enhancements are connected (Loopset, Headset or TTY/Textphone)
Yes
Yes
You can send and receive text messages.
Yes
Whether email is supported.
Yes
You can send and receive ‘instant messenger’ (IM) messages.
You can send and receive multimedia messages, which can include
photographs, audio and video clips
Helps you write text messages more quickly by predicting words from the
first few letters you type.
Allows you to create standard text messages that you can quickly send to
anyone without having to retype them each time. For example, “I’m in a
meeting, I’ll call you back”
Whether Two-way Video Conferencing is supported.
Yes
When used with a hearing aid set to the ‘T’ position, the sound is clearer
N/A
When you press the number keys the number is displayed on the screen so
you can check that it is correct before dialling.
Yes
You can adjust the ringing volume to make it louder or quieter.
Yes
Lists all the calls you have dialled, received or missed.
Yes
This product is compatible with the Textphone/TTY for the deaf.
No
The 'M' and 'T' Rating of the device when tested on US frequency bands. If
you use your hearing aid in Microphone mode (M), look for a phone with an
M3 or M4 rating. If you prefer telecoil coupling (T), look for a phone with T3
or T4 rating.
When a text, e-mail or IM comes in, it displays a visual alert to indicate it has
been received
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
NA
Yes
Allows you to make video calls in which you can see the other person and
they can see you using your mobile network
No
Allows you to make video calls in which you can see the other person and
they can see you using your wireless LAN network
No
Allows you to change default volume control limit
Yes
Allows the front facing camera to be used in signing or two-way video
conferencing.
No
Device will show closed captioning that is included in a video or video
stream.
Information Not
Available
Allows user to customize vibration settings for various notifications.
Yes
COGNITION FEATURES
Time-Independent
Responses
Time-Dependent
Response Adjustment
Simple Reminders
Assistance Instructions
When the phone displays an alert or a question that requires you to give an
answer, e.g. by clicking a “Yes” or “No” button or by typing in your PIN
number, it will wait for your response. This can be helpful for people who
find it difficult to decide what to answer or to enter the answer quickly.
When the phone displays an alert or a question that requires you to give an
answer, e.g. by clicking a “Yes” or “No” button or by typing in your PIN
number, you may need to respond within a certain time. But you can adjust
how long that allowed response time is. This can be helpful for people who
find it difficult to decide what to answer or to enter the answer quickly.
All text alerts and other reminders that are displayed on the screen use
simple, easy to understand language.
When you need to provide input (e.g. when setting up the phone or when it
asks you a question), extra helpful instructions are provided, explaining what
you need to do.
N/A
N/A
Yes
No
Adjustable Scroll Speed
Photo Associated
Telephone Book
Simple Instructions
GPS capability
Simplify display
Voice notes
With long messages that take up more than a single screen, you have to
scroll down to read the whole message. You can adjust the speed of the
scrolling, making it easier to read for some people.
You can add photos of people next to their numbers in your contact list (a
personal ‘telephone book’ you create in the phone).
Instructions and messages that are displayed on screen use simple
language.
The device has Global Positioning System (GPS) capability.
Allows you to disable or conceal unneeded features/programs or icons.
Allows you to record, save and play back a short voice reminder.
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
Alternative format User
The User Manual is available in alternative formats
Manual
Additional features that may benefit people with disabilities ( i.e the
Any Other Additional
possibility to connect additional accessories such as external keyboard or
Features
devices for synthesizing voice)
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
Related accessories
that may also benefit
people with disabilities.
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Information Not
Available
N/A
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