Sony Ericsson T100 user manual

User manual for the device Sony Ericsson T100

Device: Sony Ericsson T100
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September 2002
T100/T102

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White Paper T100/T102 Preface Purpose of this document The Sony Ericsson T100/T102 White Paper is designed to give the reader a deeper technical understand- ing of how the T100/T102 is designed, and of how it interacts with other media. This document will make it easier to integrate the T100/T102 with the IT and communications solutions of a company or organiza- tion. People who can benefit from this document include: • Corporate buyers  Support engineers  IT professionals  Business decisio

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White Paper T100/T102 Content Purpose of this document .........................................................................................2 Product overview ........................................................................................................5 Key functions and features .......................................................................................6 Secure WAP .......................................................................................................

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White Paper T100/T102 Talk and standby times .......................................................................................29 Exterior description ..............................................................................................29 Ambient temperatures .........................................................................................29 Standard language configurations ......................................................................29 Speech coding .............

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White Paper T100/T102 Product overview The T100 will attract modern young people who appreciate attractive design, ease-of-use and, core fea- tures at an affordable price. The T100 is small in size and gives a glimpse of the new industrial design that is coming from Sony Ericsson, capturing the simplicity and minimalism of Scandinavian and Japanese design. The phone features enhanced messaging capabilities and will start shipping in Q4 2002. Developed for GSM 900/1800 networks, the T100, and

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White Paper T100/T102 Key functions and features Secure WAP M-commerce is expected to be a growing part of adapted to and implemented in the WAP protocol the mobile Internet. Trading, banking and shopping and the layer called WTLS, Wireless Transport have been possible via the Internet for quite some Layer Security. The T100/T102 supports WAP time, building upon the foundation of the built-in 1.2.1, the version of the Wireless Application Proto- security features. It is these features that h

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White Paper T100/T102 T9™ Text Input for quicker messaging The T100/T102 supports the predictive text input which word you are writing. You only have to press method T9™ Text Input. Predictive text input each key once, even if the letter you want is not the makes it fast and easy to write text messages. It first letter on the key. works by searching a word database to anticipate The phone book The phone book is one of the most used features of number of contacts can be saved on your SIM mob

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White Paper T100/T102 More in-phone functions and features Up-to-date with the calendar The calendar of the T100/T102 keeps the user on the right track. It has four different views: day, week, month and all tasks view. Profiles The profile feature: a group of settings preset to sen. There are five pre-programmed profiles: Nor- suit a certain environment. The profiles are also mal, Meeting, Outdoors, Port h-free (portable related to intelligent accessories such as a desktop handsfree), Home.

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White Paper T100/T102 Option key When writing a text message, press and hold the “#” key, and a list of options is displayed. When in the WAP browser, press and hold YES, for a list of options. Games For some people, playing a game is a good way to  Ballpop relax. The T100/T102 includes the following five  Naval Fleet games for different moods and skills: Q  Yukon Struggle Wu Zi Qi Accessories The T100/T102 supports various accessories, such as Portable handsfree HPE-14, Portable hands

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White Paper T100/T102 Services on the network The T100/T102 supports the SIM Application Toolkit (online services), which makes it possible for operators to provide new services to existing users over the air, including new menus and functions in the phone. Dual band support Dual band support means that you can use the phone on two GSM networks; the T100 and T102 can be used on GSM 900 and 1800 networks. Sleep mode It is possible to extend the standby time in the T100/T102 by activating

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White Paper T100/T102 Technologies in detail The T100/T102 includes features such as Enhanced messaging, where the consumer can send messages with pictures, sounds and animations. It also supports other new technologies such as browsing over WAP. The following chapter gives a more detailed explanation of these features. 11 September 2002

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White Paper T100/T102 Messaging More than 15 billion text messages are sent world- the springboard for existing and coming messaging wide between mobile phones each month (January, services, such as Enhanced Messaging Service 2001). The consumers’ needs to express them- (EMS). The added value in SMS messaging will cre- selves in ways beyond voice were highly underesti- ate new revenue which can be shared between the mated by the industry when SMS was introduced network operators, the applica

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White Paper T100/T102 The T100/T102 supports most of the features other phones in EMS messages. Moreover, there specified in the EMS standard. It has a number of are pre-programmed animations and sound effects pre-defined EMS pictures stored in the phone, plus that can be used to enhance a message and make space for user-defined pictures that can be sent to it more personal. WAP services The typical WAP client is a small, portable device The WAP browser in the T100/T102 is compliant which i

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White Paper T100/T102 Easy create for WAP Improve productivity Creating a WAP service is no harder than creating Improve and simplify the communication flow an Intranet/Internet service today since WML and within an organization by making information avail- WMLScript are based on well-known Internet tech- able to mobile users. A company or organization nology. New market segments can be addressed can use a WAP gateway to provide a secure con- by launching innovative mobile Value Added Serv- n

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White Paper T100/T102 Security using WAP The T100/T102 supports WAP 1.2.1, a version of WTLS class 2 includes the following security fea- the Wireless Application Protocol that includes tures: WTLS class 2.  Encryption of a message, ensuring that only the When using certain WAP services, the user may sender and the recipient can read the contents want more security than normal, for example when of a message. using banking services. The user establishes a  Server authentication, meaning that

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White Paper T100/T102  Fill up a smart card with e-cash. When a service indication is received in the T100/  Interactive games, e.g. play poker with a friend. T102, it is presented to the user in one of the fol- lowing ways: In the T100/T102, the user selects whether to allow push messages or not. There are two different  High forms of Push services: Immediately displays the message irrespective of current activity. Medium Service Indication (SI) Message is immediately displayed, unless

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White Paper T100/T102 GSM data communication The T100/T102 offers the user data connection call is circuit switched, and only one time slot is anytime, anywhere, unmatched by fixed telephone used for each call. The data speed is, therefore, networks. Each GSM channel is divided into eight limited to 9,600 bps. repeating time slots. A normal GSM voice or data In-phone functions and features *Subscription and/or network-dependent A Alarm clock with snooze function Yes B Background light Yes, b

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White Paper T100/T102 EMS, pre-defined pictures/icons 30 EMS, animations Yes, 15 pre-installed EMS, text formatting Yes. Size, style and alignment. Not applicable on Chinese characters. EMS, sounds 10 F Fixed Dialling Numbers (FDN)* Yes G Games Yes, 5 games. Ballpop, Naval Fleet, Q, Yukon Struggle and Wu Zi Qi. I Input methods T9™ Text Input, multitap alphabetic (GSM standard), Bopomofo, Pinyin (simplified) and Stroke. K Keypad lock Yes L Languages 34 N Nokia Picture Messaging Yes, receivin

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White Paper T100/T102 SMS templates Yes, 10 templates of up to 25 characters each Speech coding Enhanced and Full Speed dialling Yes Start-up/Shutdown show Yes Status menu Yes Stopwatch Yes TTimer Yes V Vibrating alert Yes W WAP browser Yes, WAP 1.2.1 browser WAP certificates VeriSign, GlobalSign, Baltimore, Entrust WTLS for added WAP security* Yes, WTLS class 2 Network-dependent features SMS and EMS messaging A Mobile Terminated SMS is when an SMS mes- The T100/T102 is capable of sending and

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White Paper T100/T102 Facts and figures 20 September 2002


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