Sony Ericsson T600 user manual

User manual for the device Sony Ericsson T600

Device: Sony Ericsson T600
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September, 2002
T600/T602

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Contents Preface ........................................................................................................................... 2 Product Overview .......................................................................................................... 2 Key functions and features ................................................................................... 3 More in-phone functions ...................................................................................... 3 Messa

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T600/T602 White Paper, September 2002 Preface Product Overview The Ericsson T600/T602 White Paper is designed The T600/T602 is a an amazingly small triple band to give the reader a deeper technical understand- phone. It has a lithium battery and impressive talk ing of how the T600/T602 is designed, and how it and standby times. It is a phone of modern design interacts with other media. This document will and advanced technology with the most popular make it easier to integrate with the IT an

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T600/T602 White Paper, September 2002 Mobile chat Key functions and features The T600/T602 has a Mobile chat over SMS, pro- viding Internet-style chat functionality. Small and light The T600/T602 measures 92 x 41 x 19.5 mm and More in-phone functions weighs 63 grams. It is one of the smallest phones of the market. Melody composer Large display The T600/T602 has a built-in Melody Composer, Although small in size, the T600/T602 has a large where the user can edit and create up to 8 melo- displa

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T600/T602 White Paper, September 2002 Start-up and shut-down shows Messaging and The T600/T602 has built-in start-up and shut- down shows that feature a short animation with a melody. chat The T600/T602 is capable of sending and receiv- ing SMS messages, linked messages and it sup- ports Enhanced Messaging Service (EMS). Also, mobile chat over SMS is supported. • With the Short Messaging Service, a user can send text messages containing up to 160 characters to and from GSM mobile stations

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T600/T602 White Paper, September 2002 listed under “Documents” on page 22. EMS is a chat session quicker than usual SMS correspon- network-dependent service. dence. • Nicknames can be used to help identify the Pictures user in the chat. In the T600/T602, there are over 110 permanently • A user can temporarily leave a chat session, stored pictures that express different moods and for example to use the calculator, or play a situations. The pictures are grouped by eleven dif- game, and then r

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T600/T602 White Paper, September 2002 The WAP profiles WAP Services The T600/T602 holds eight WAP profiles, each with a group of network settings and a homepage. If you provide a corporate WAP service on your Intranet, it is useful to enter an Intranet WAP pro- file in user phones. The WAP profile holds network settings and user identification. The users switch between corporate services and WAP services on Using WAP in the T600/T602 the Internet, by switching WAP profile. The typical WAP

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T600/T602 White Paper, September 2002 Technical specifications of the WAP browser Feature Support in the T600/T602 WAP browser Authentication WAP 1.2.1 Server applications may request Basic Authentication. Gateway may request Authentication during connection setup. Back to previous page Yes Bearer type GSMData (IP) Yes, ISDN and analog Bearer type SMS No Bookmarks Yes, up to 8 named bookmarks for easy access to frequently visited pages Cache Yes Character sets* UTF8 (Default), USAASCII, Latin

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T600/T602 White Paper, September 2002 Bearer characteristics The phone accesses WAP services over IP, where IP is provided over GSM Data. GSM data access Security using WAP • Circuit connection of data calls mean that the phone is connected during the WAP session. The T600/T602 is based on the WAP 1.2.1 specifi- • Connection-oriented WAP uses error recovery cations where security functionality is specified services to provide high reliability. with a technology called Wireless Transport Laye

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S ure ec T600/T602 White Paper, September 2002 GATEWAY Internet Secure GATEWAY Banking Service Figure 1 . Example showing the limitations of security implementation. receiver. It is important that the user has a Over The Air provisioning of way to verify that the configuration message is authentic. WAP settings Configuration of WAP To simplify configuring WAP setting in a number of phones, all settings can be sent as an SMS mes- settings sage to each phone. This makes it easy for an opera

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T600/T602 White Paper, September 2002 In-phone functions and features *Subscription and/or network-dependent In-phone functions and features A Alarm clock with snooze function Yes Alphabet input (Arabic, Chinese, Cyrillic, Greek, Yes Hebrew and Thai) Alternate Line Service* Yes Antenna connector, external for HF kits No Automatic redialling Yes BBackground light Yes Background picture/wallpaper in standby Yes (115) Bluetooth wireless technology support No Bookmarks (URL memory) Yes (8) Built-in

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T600/T602 White Paper, September 2002 In-phone functions and features Clock Yes, with Time Zone* Closed User Groups (CUG)* Yes Code memo Yes Conference calls* Yes Connected Line Identity Presentation (COLP) Yes CSD (Circuit Switched Data), a.k.a. GSM Data Yes D Date Yes Display light Yes, white (display), blue (keypad) E EDGE (enhanced Data rates for Global Evolu- No tion)* e-GSM Yes E-mail Yes, WAP-based E-mail address storage No E-melody Yes EMS (Enhanced Messaging Service)* Yes, —limited ver

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T600/T602 White Paper, September 2002 In-phone functions and features K Keypad lock Yes L Language selection Yes Lunar calendar Yes (T602/T600c) M Memory check Yes Menu help Yes Mobile chat Yes Modem, built-in No O Option key Yes, gives the most common options for the function currently in use. The option key also provides a help menu for certain func- tions. P Phone book Yes, up to 200 con- tacts + SIM Phone book item, send as SMS Yes Phone lock Yes Picture editor Yes, stand-alone pic- tur

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T600/T602 White Paper, September 2002 In-phone functions and features S Screensaver No Shortcuts Yes SIM Application Toolkit* Yes SIM card copy Yes SIM card lock Yes Sleep mode (sleeping display) No SMS (Short Messaging Service)* Yes SMS Cell Broadcast* Yes SMS counter No SMS templates Yes (10) Sound handling Yes Speaker phone No Speech coding EFR, FR and HR Speed dialling Yes Start-up/Shutdown shows Yes Status menu Yes Stopwatch Yes Swatch Internet Time No Synchronization with PC No SyncML No T

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T600/T602 White Paper, September 2002 is forwarded to its destination. This can be Network-dependent features another Mobile Station, or a terminal in the fixed network. SMS messaging The T600/T602 is capable of sending and receiv- A Mobile Terminated SMS is when an SMS mes- ing SMS messages. sage is forwarded from the SMS-C to a Mobile Station. When the Mobile Station receives the • With the Short Messaging Service, a user can message, it returns a delivery report saying the send text mes

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T600/T602 White Paper, September 2002 centrally on web servers and downloaded as SIM Application required. While there is some overlap, WAP is a particularly good choice when deploying pro- grams that also have an HTML version for desk- Toolkit top use. Work is currently underway on building interfaces between the two technologies. For an operator, a company or service provider, SIM AT offers a powerful way to develop pro- grams and services to users, without the need for The SIM Applicati

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T600/T602 White Paper, September 2002 Support Service Mode in T600/ T602 GET INPUT General: No limit of hidden input characters Yes bit 1: 0 = digits (0-9,*,# and +) only Yes 1 = alphabet set Yes bit 2: 0 = SMS default alphabet Yes 1 = UCS2 alphabet Yes bit 3: 0 = ME may echo user input on the display Yes 1 = user input not to be revealed in any way (see note) Yes bit 4: 0 = user input to be in unpacked format Yes 1 = user input to be in SMS packed format Yes bit 8: 0 = no help information ava

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T600/T602 White Paper, September 2002 Support Service Mode in T600/ T602 SET UP CALL General: Capability configuration Yes Setup speech call CallParty Subaddress No DTMF support Yes ‘00’ = set up call, but only if not currently busy on another call; Yes ‘01’ = set up call, but only if not currently busy on another call, with Yes redial; ‘02’ = set up call, putting all other calls (if any) on hold; Yes ‘03’ = set up call, putting all other calls (if any) on hold, with redial; Yes ‘04’ = set up c

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T600/T602 White Paper, September 2002 SEND SHORT MESSAGE ‘Key’ responses Default message “Sending message Please wait” • Down arrow - Scroll down list. can be replaced for the Alpha Identifier text, or • Up arrow - Scroll up list. suppressed completely if a null text is provided. • Side key: - Scrolls the menu. Responses are “MESSAGE FAILED” or “MES- • ‘YES’ - Envelope (Menu Selection). SAGE SENT”. ‘Key’ responses‘ • Long NO’ or ‘NO’ terminates the proactive session. SET UP CALL If the ME is on

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T600/T602 White Paper, September 2002 e-GSM Terminology Extended GSM. New frequencies specified by the European Radio Communications Committee (ERC) for GSM use when additional spectrum is needed (Network-dependent). It allows operators to transmit and receive just outside GSM’s core 900 frequency band. This extension gives API increased network capability. Application Programming Interface. EFR Bearer Enhanced Full Rate, speech coding. The method for accessing WAP from the phone, EMS for


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