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White paper Sony Ericsson P1 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 below 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 technology Sony Ericsson P1 uses and to show the main applications, functions and features of the phone. People who can benefit
White paper Sony Ericsson P1 Sony Ericsson Developer World At www.sonyericsson.com/developer, developers will find documentation and tools, such as phone White papers, Developer Guidelines for different technologies, SDKs and relevant APIs. The Web site also contains discussion forums monitored by the Sony Ericsson Developer Support team, an extensive Knowledge Base, Tips & Tricks, example code and news. In addition, Sony Ericsson offers technical support services to professional developers.
White paper Sony Ericsson P1 Contents Product overview .......................................................................................................................5 Key functions and features ......................................................................................................6 Controls and operation ............................................................................................................8 Product comparison .........................................
White paper Sony Ericsson P1 Product overview Sony Ericsson P1 is a "no compromise" converged device, successfully combining stylish look and feel, compact form factor and full business and personal use functionality. Sony Ericsson P1 is designed to attract people whose work and personal lives are closely entwined. They will buy Sony Ericsson P1 because they are looking for one device that meets all their needs. They need to be well organised and have all information in one place and they do
White paper Sony Ericsson P1 Key functions and features Function or feature Sony Ericsson P1 support Page Operating system Symbian OS™ V9.1 platform, including OMA DRM and 54 platform security MMI UIQ 3.0 55 Size 106 x 55 x 17 mm - Weight 124 g with battery - Screen 2.6" large QVGA (240 x 320 pixels) touchscreen with 262 k 59 colours that supports landscape view for imaging and browsing Colour Silver Black - Processor ARM9 - Talk time GSM up to 10 hours - UMTS up to 3.5 hours Standby time GSM u
White paper Sony Ericsson P1 Controls and operation Sony Ericsson P1 overview Standby view Text input methods Once the phone is started the Standby view Sony Ericsson P1 offers three text input methods: automatically appears on the screen. • The dual function keyboard located below the The Standby view acts as the starting point for screen. The backlight evenly lights up the dual performing a variety of tasks and for accessing function keyboard. Four keyboard types sup- applications via the Ma
White paper Sony Ericsson P1 • Word suggestion (when predictive text is text via the chosen method. If a prediction selected) suggestion is shown when sending/saving the input text, this word will not be sent/saved. Enhanced text prediction Push email For all three inputting methods (dual function keyboard, on-screen keyboard and handwriting Sony Ericsson P1 is designed to be a true mobile recognition) enhanced text prediction can be used. email device. Creating, sending and receiving email
White paper Sony Ericsson P1 • Simplified Chinese (ZS) •Slovak (SK) • Slovenian (SL) •Spanish (ES) • Swedish (SV) • Traditional Chinese (ZT) • Turkish (TR) 10 May 2007
White paper Sony Ericsson P1 Product comparison The Sony Ericsson Sony Ericsson P1 and P990 smartphones have important differences in hardware but minor differences in software. 11 May 2007
White paper Sony Ericsson P1 Images Sony Ericsson P1 P990 12 May 2007
White paper Sony Ericsson P1 Hardware comparison table Sony Ericsson P1 P990 Hardware Size (mm) and weight 106 x 55 x 17, 124g 114 x 57 x 21-26 (body flip), 155g Display 2.6” 240 x 320 pixels 2.76” 240 x 320 pixels RAM memory 128 MB 64 MB Flash memory 256 MB 128 MB User memory internal Up to 160 MB (without 3D games) Up to 60 MB (without 3D games) User memory external 512 MB Memory Stick Micro™ 64 MB Memory Stick™ Duo PRO (M2™) Camera 3.2 megapixel 2 megapixel Lens cover No Yes Flip No Yes Navig
White paper Sony Ericsson P1 User interface Infrared port Stylus On/off button Earspeaker Front camera Shortcut button Memory card slot Strap holder Screen Jog Dial Camera button Back button Dual function Stylus keyboard Screen Microphone Connector for charger and Antenna connector accessories Photo light Loudspeaker Rear camera Miscellaneous Accessories Sony Ericsson P1 supports a large range of accessories, please see “Accessories” on page 57 for a list. 14 May 2007
White paper Sony Ericsson P1 Manuals User guide and Web guide for Sony Ericsson P1 will be available at: www.sonyericsson.com/ support. The Web guide will also be accessible from the phone, where it is bookmarked in the browser. 15 May 2007
White paper Sony Ericsson P1 Technologies in detail This chapter offers a detailed description of the technologies available in this product. 16 May 2007
White paper Sony Ericsson P1 Phone applications The following call features have been included in • Call notes: Sony Ericsson P1 can launch Notes Sony Ericsson P1: during a call. The note is automatically named with the other party’s number, name (if known), • Ongoing call menu: Sony Ericsson P1 has a time of call and date. The user can start writing dynamic ongoing call menu that changes to in the note immediately. help the user perform actions quickly and sim- • Follow up call: Sony Ericss
White paper Sony Ericsson P1 When a command is selected, pre-configured A user may dial either an internal number, such as, DTMF tones are used to communicate the desired 1234, or a public number, like +468 123 4567. function to the server. The phone can even be used Sony Ericsson P1 can be set to bypass the switch to send data that the user is prompted to provide, for certain types of calls. such as the date they will be back from a business trip. Feature commands and text descriptions hav
White paper Sony Ericsson P1 Contacts The Contacts application in Sony Ericsson P1 Contacts are displayed in a list, which may be holds the details of all the user's contacts. It is fully filtered by folder such as business or personal. To integrated with the phone and other PIM see a contact’s details, select the contact. Tap the applications. Each contact can contain multiple icons alongside the contacts details to launch a phone numbers and email addresses, names, phone call, a new messag
White paper Sony Ericsson P1 Notes Notes provides a quick means of making notes in either text or sketch format. Notes can be launched during a call. The note is automatically named with the other party’s number, name (if known), time of call and date. Time and alarm clock Time is a sophisticated alarm clock, which can area. Alarms can be set. The alarm signal can be show the time both locally and in another time the FM radio or any supported sound that is stored zone. If the user swaps th
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