Sony Ericsson T68ie user manual

User manual for the device Sony Ericsson T68ie

Device: Sony Ericsson T68ie
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Number of pages: 71
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April, 2002
T68i/T68ie

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T68 White Paper, April 2002 Contents Purpose of this document ...........................................................................4 Product overview ...................................................................................................6 Key functions and features ..........................................................................6 More in-phone functions .............................................................................7 Multimedia in the T68i ..............

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T68 White Paper, April 2002 Multimedia message service .....................................................................54 Bluetooth technical data ............................................................................56 Performance and technical characteristics ...............................................57 WAP browser technical data .....................................................................58 WAP Operator technical data ..................................................

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T68 White Paper, April 2002 Preface Purpose of this document The Ericsson T68i/T68ie White Paper is designed to give the reader a deeper technical understanding of how the T68i/T68ie is designed, and of how it interacts with other media. This document will make it eas- ier to integrate the T68i/T68ie with the IT and communications solutions of a company or organization. People who can benefit from this document include:  Corporate buyers ITProfessionals  Software developers  Support engineer

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T68 White Paper, April 2002 5

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T68i White Paper, April 2002 images from the Web is another alternative. Product overview Thousands of online image collections already exist on the Web and many sites are already gearing up to include images for use in mobile phones. The T68i comes in two versions, T68i and T68ie. There are various ways to incorporate images and Theonlydifferencebetweenthetwo versions is other multimedia into your communication. You the languages they support. In this document, the can attach pictures to people

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T68i White Paper, April 2002 Joystick navigation More in-phone functions The T68i has an easy-to-use 5-directional E-mail joystick function. Using finger or thumb, you can The T68i is one of the first mobile phones on the easily navigate the new T68i menu system. When market with a built-in fully functional e-mail you arrive at the required function in a menu, client. With inbox, outbox, save draft and reply instead of pressing Yes, just gently press the options, you have all the functions you n

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T68i White Paper, April 2002 defined screen saver at the purchase of the technology, infrared or MMS. phone, but the user can choose his/her own image/animation as a screen saver. After a short SyncML - for remote synchronization period of time the screen saver changes to sleep SyncML is an open standard that allows you to mode, to save power. synchronize calendars, files and phone books with any mobile device irrespective of model and Memory management make. In the T68i, SyncML is used for remo

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T68i White Paper, April 2002 Image formats Multimedia in the For information on Image formats and downloadingofimages,see“Imageformat T68i technical data” on page 67 and “Images – downloading to phone” on page 67. The T68i is a multimedia phone. The colour display together with the audio functionality gives the user several multimedia possibilities. Sounds can be recorded and pictures can be created and edited. By using themes, it is easy to change the appearance of the display. Pictures, audio,

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T68i White Paper, April 2002 MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) One of the key features in the T68i is the Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS), expected to become the preferred messaging method of mobile terminal users, since there are virtually no limits to the content of an MMS transmission. An MMS message from the T68i can contain text, graphics, animations, images, audio clips and Figure 1. An MMS message can contain images, ring melodies. For more detailed information, see music, audio and g

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T68i White Paper, April 2002 example, a user can send a clip of his or her own MMS. personal rendition of “Happy Birthday”. Notes Pictures and themes The T68i supports vNote. Notes can be sent via By using either a digital camera attached to the MMS. T68i with a cable, or a snap-on camera accessory, users can take a snapshot and . immediately send it to a recipient. The ability to send pictures is one of the most exciting attributes of MMS, as it allows users to share meaningful moments with fri

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T68i White Paper, April 2002 Architecture MMS technical features The MMS standard, just like SMS, offers store- The MMS Centre (MMS-C) is comprised of the and-forward transmission (instant delivery) of MMS Server, the MMS Proxy-Relay and the MMS messages, rather than a mailbox-type model. Store. The MMS Centre is the central element of MMS is a person-to-person communications the MMS network architecture, providing storage solution, meaning that the user gets the message and operational support,

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T68i White Paper, April 2002 Concatenated messages EMS (Enhanced Apart ofthe EMSstandard isthe supportfor concatenated messages, which means that the Messaging phone is able to automatically combine several messages both when creating and receiving Service) EMS. This is useful to be able to build,and display,messages with rich content,since the amount of information in each SMS is limited by the SMS standards. Enhanced Messaging Service (EMS) adds new powerful functionality to the well-known SMS

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T68i White Paper, April 2002 icons or melodies with EMS. Compatible with SMS standards Users will find EMS as easy to use as SMS. At the Unified messaging moment 15 billion SMS messages, are sent every The user typically receives a short message month worldwide. Roughly 80% of this traffic is notifying them that they have a new message in user-to-user i.e. mobile phone users sending their unified messaging box, with icons or short messages to each other using the keypad formatted text further en

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T68i White Paper, April 2002 with an SMS request interface. The diagram shows a model over the possibilities with Enhanced Messaging Service: - When the Operator/Service provider enables EMS in the network, users will enjoy adding life to messages with sounds, melodies, pictures and formatted text. - New ranges of Content/Application aggregators on the operator network or the Internet can provide EMS contents and services to the users over SMS. - Content Creators/providers can see a new demand f

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T68i White Paper, April 2002 devices Bluetooth™  Access points in hotel lobbies and airports for connecting to computer networks and wireless the Internet technology Using Bluetooth wireless technology in the T68i Key benefits include: The T68i features built-in Bluetooth wireless  True wireless connection technology. Its short-range radio link operates in Cable replacement for connecting to head- the globally available 2.4 GHz radio frequency sets, computers, networks, printers and band, ensu

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T68i White Paper, April 2002 and immediate update of data. The benefit for Synchronize the end user is that SyncML can be used almost anywhere and in a wide variety of devices, calendar and regardless of application or operating system. For more detailed information, see “SyncML phone book technical data” on page 68, or go to www.syncml.org. What is SyncML? In everyday life, access to an updated calendar SyncML is the common language for and addresses of friends and business synchronizing all de

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T68i White Paper, April 2002 Figure 4 SyncML architecture to deploy and support their customers in a Benefits of a common synchronization cost-effective manner. To support the protocol range of data types and devices in use Endusers today, service providers must install and Today’s user of mobile devices probably configure multiple server infrastructures, uses a different synchronization product maintain and support that infrastructure, with every device. Each technology can and maintain compat

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T68i White Paper, April 2002  Network operators synchronization. As multiple applications that need remote synchronization over WAP are developed, Integration between XTNDConnect PC For there will be an automatic growth of reve- Ericsson and Microsoft Outlook provides an nue for network operators. embedded menu for one-key synchronization. To enhance functionality and compatibility Local synchronization further, the synchronization software can easily Open standard be upgraded. Synchronization

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T68i White Paper, April 2002 Pentium II recommended 64 MB RAM recommended (minimum 32 MB)  Other requirements: 20 MB free hard disk space Bluetooth wireless technology, infrared, or cable connection  Support is handled by Sony Ericsson. XTNDConnect PC All users of the T68i can easily upgrade to the full version of the synchronization software. A number of features and supported applications will then be added, including XTNDConnect Phone Viewer.  Phone book and calendar synchronization for th


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