Sony Ericsson WHITE PAPER P800 user manual

User manual for the device Sony Ericsson WHITE PAPER P800

Device: Sony Ericsson WHITE PAPER P800
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Number of pages: 128
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January, 2003
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P800/P802



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P800/P802 White Paper, January 2003 Preface The P800/P802 White Paper is designed to give the reader a deeper understanding of the features and applications of the P800 and P802. In this document, the term ‘P800’ is used to denote all models and ‘P802’ to denote the Chinese model. The differences and additional features of the Chinese language models are described in more detail in the section ‘Chinese Models in Detail’ The paper gives an overview of the key points of t

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P800/P802 White Paper, January 2003 Contents Preface .............................................................................................................................................2 Contents ...........................................................................................................................................3 P800/802 Overview ........................................................................................................................

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P800/P802 White Paper, January 2003 User scenarios........................................................................................................................ 40 Standards, architecture and protocol ..................................................................................... 40 P800 Video Player ..................................................................................................................... 40 Locally Stored Clips...........................

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P800/P802 White Paper, January 2003 C++......................................................................................................................................... 70 Java ........................................................................................................................................ 71 P800/UIQ Feature Support..................................................................................................... 72 Developer Support ..............

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P800/P802 White Paper, January 2003 Using the P800 as a Modem...................................................................................................... 95 Technical Explanation of CSD, HSCSD and GPRS .................................................................. 97 Circuit Switched Data (CSD) .................................................................................................. 97 High Speed Circuit Switched Data (HSCSD) .................................

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P800/P802 White Paper, January 2003 Infrared Transceiver technical data...................................................................................... 127 Remote Synchronisation ...................................................................................................... 127 Local Synchronisation .......................................................................................................... 127 PC Suite for P800............................................

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P800/P802 White Paper, January 2003 P800/802 Overview • Tri-Band E-GSM 900, GSM 1800, GSM 1900 • GPRS 4+1 slot and HSCSD 2+1 slot • Large 4096 colour touch screen • 5-way Jog Dial ® ® • Memory Stick Duo Slot TM • Bluetooth , IrDA, and USB connectivity TM • Symbian OS Platform: C++ and Java SDKs • Integrated Digital Camera • Video and Audio Players • Image & Sound Personalisation • Multimedia Messaging (MMS) • SMS, EMS and E-Mail • Document Viewers • Combined We

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P800/P802 White Paper, January 2003 Features and Specification Summary General Phone Size: 117 x 59 x 27 mm Office Handsfree (loudspeaker) function. Weight: 158g with flip Voice dial, voice answer, ‘magic word’ activation TM OS: Symbian OS V7.0 Picture Phone Book – picture of contact displayed. Processor: ARM 9 Polyphonic ringtones User storage: 12 Mbyte (P800); 9 Mbyte (P802) Flight mode – use P800 as PDA with phone off. SIM-AT ® ® Memory Stick Duo USSD Slot for Memor

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P800/P802 White Paper, January 2003 Integrated Browser Remote Synchronization WAP Version: 2.0 Synchronisation with SyncML compliant servers: Markup HTML 3.2 (excluding Frames & Data: Contacts, Calendar, Tasks Javascript) Bearer: HTTP languages: WML 1.3 Protocol: SyncML WBXML xHTML Basic Local Synchronization xHTML Mobile Profile Data: Contacts, Calendar, Tasks, cHTML Jotter text notes, E-Mail ® ® Scripting: Compiled WML scripts PC Applications: Lotus Org

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P800/P802 White Paper, January 2003 Accessories Accessory Product name Advanced Car Handsfree HCA-20 Bluetooth Car Kit HCB-30 Bluetooth Headset HBH-30 Bluetooth Headset HBH-60 Bluetooth Handsfree HBH-20 P800 Car Holder HCH-32 Advanced Music Mute Gooseneck Microphone HCE-14 Micro Travel Charger CMT-10 Portable Handsfree HPB-10 Standard Battery BST-15 Cigarette Lighter Adapter CLA-11 System Cable HCC-20 Travel Charger CTR-10 Serial Cable Deskstand DSS-20

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P800/P802 White Paper, January 2003 P800 Controls and Operation The P800 has a large touch-screen and a flip. This provides fast and convenient one-handed operation with the flip closed plus large touch-screen sophistication with the flip open. Stereo headset socket CommuniCam button Jog Dial Browser Button Stylus clips to the side of the P800 Infrared ‘eye’ Memory Stick Duo slot (under stylus) On/Off switch Accessory Charger Connector Connector External Antenna Co

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P800/P802 White Paper, January 2003 Flip Closed (FC mode) With the flip closed, known as ‘flip closed’ or FC mode, the P800 can be used like a conventional mobile telephone with the added benefit of Jog Dial. AWAY TOWARDS UP 5-way SONY Jog CommuniCam button Dial DOWN SELECT Browser button Current soft- command 208 x 144 pixel visible OK button to screen action a command Menu button ‘Back’ button Flip Rotating the Jog Dial takes the u

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P800/P802 White Paper, January 2003 Flip Open (FO mode) When the flip is opened, the large touch-screen is revealed. In ‘flip open’ mode, the stylus may be used to navigate and enter data. The Jog Dial provides further navigation and selection capability. The User Interface is Symbian’s established UIQ design, adapted for the narrower 208 pixel screen. Application picker – one tap access to the Tap here to reach the five most important Application Launcher, applica

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P800/P802 White Paper, January 2003 Flip Removed The flip may also be removed. A ‘flip replacement’ cover is clipped in place instead of the flip: Flip Replacement When the flip is open or removed, a ‘virtual flip’ can be displayed on the screen. It works in exactly the same way as the hardware flip, except that the buttons are represented on the touch screen. The main uses of the virtual flip are: • FC input methods (especially for the Chinese versions) • SIM-

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P800/P802 White Paper, January 2003 Application UI Outline P800 applications generally follow the style guidelines established for Symbian UIQ applications. The user may select five important applications and display them on the ‘application picker’ strip across the top of the screen. The sixth icon at the right always switches to the Application Launcher. All applications are listed in the Application Launcher. The user may select list view with small icons and t

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P800/P802 White Paper, January 2003 Here is the detail view in the contacts application. The most important information is displayed directly. Further information is organised by using tabs; in this case notes and a picture. A conventional menu structure is provided for tasks and actions. Changing the folder here will re- classify this entry. Entries default to ‘all’ or ‘unfiled’. Tapping on a telephone number will navigate to the phone application to make a call.

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P800/P802 White Paper, January 2003 P800 Memory Organisation Data Storage Locations The P800 is divided into two parts: • A GSM phone part, having flash memory. This is very similar to a conventional mobile phone such as the T68i • An ‘Organizer’ part running Symbian OS and having a large amount of flash and RAM memory plus a Memory Stick slot and ability to exchange files with a PC. Note: The ‘Phone’ application which provides the phone MMI exists on the Symbian OS part

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P800/P802 White Paper, January 2003 Note: The extensive MMI of the P800 means that it is impractical to hold many languages inside the phone, as is done for some other models. The second 16Mbyte bank of flash memory is divided into two parts. The first 4 Mbyte is reserved. It is essentially an extension of the ROM area. The rest of the second bank provides a ‘C:’ drive of 12 Mbyte capacity. This behaves just like a normal disk drive. Some folders can even be viewed and manage

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P800/P802 White Paper, January 2003 Empty Populated with data files in the factory; user can use and delete these files and applications. Files are loaded in the factory and may be deleted only by the Startup and Master Reset process. Sony Ericsson Multimedia Content Sound, pictures, video and other files chosen to show off the capabilities of the P800. This is described in more detail in ‘Customisation and Personalisation’ later in this document.


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