This middle class model is practically a complete analog of C60. Differs in higher
resolution of the screen and some insignificant changes in software.
- Class: middle
- Position in the line: above Siemens
- Rival phones: Nokia 3100
- Description based on official information
- Announced in August 2003, official announcement on the 25 of September
- Battery type Li-Ion 630 mAh
- Battery life:
- talk time up to 4.5 hours
- standby time up to 250 hours
- Time for charging a bit longer than 2 hours.
- Graphic display with the resolution of 128x128 pixels shows up to 4096 colors,
up to 5 text lines
- Colors - Eagle white, Pidgeon blue, Cherry red
- Weight: 85 g
- Dimensions: 101x44x20 mm
- Call register of last 10 outgoing, incoming and missed calls
- Memory is shared dynamically between all the applications,
a possibility to use free place for transporting any files.
- Users' groups (5), 3 changeable, and 2 are not
(others,received). A possibility to assign an icon and special call signal for a group.
- Phone book memory for 100 names, one number for a name. Graphical image can be
assigned to a name in the phone book.
- Phone book memory for 50 names, one name for a number. Picture can be assigned
to a name.
- Organizer memory for 500 events (three types of entries: memo, event, affair).
- Anniversary and birthday memo
- 400 KB of memory are shared dynamically between all the applications
- Call management, ringing tones
- Vibrating alert
- 16 tones polyphony, melodies
- Speed dialing for 8 numbers
- Automatic redial(up to 10 attempts)
- Voice codes - EFR, HR, FR, AMR
- Voice dialing for 20 numbers
- User's profiles
- Voice commands (up to 10)
- Built-in loud speaker
- Babysitter, call to the specified number on pressing any key
- A possibility to send and receive ringing tones and animated images
- A possibility to send group message
- Predictive text input T9 (including Russian)
- Input in Russian
- Concatenated messages, up to 760 characters
- WAP 1.2.1
- GPRS class 8
- РОР3/SMTP mail client, supports attachments
- Over the Air interface
- USB/RS232 synchronization with PC, synchronization of mail program, organizer and phone book data
- Organizer and extras
- Dictaphone. A possibility to assign records to organizer events or alarm clocks.
- Organizer supports different kinds of events. A possibility to keep memos up
to 50 characters in length in a calendar, set a reminder for them, even recurrent.
Calendar - day, week and month view.
- To-do list, a possibility to keep events not more than 50 characters in length, set priorities.
- Memos, up to 150 characters in length
- A possibility to record melodies from the microphone
- Musical editor, Cubasis fader
- Time, date
- Countdown timer, stopwatch
- Alarm clock, a possibility to set it for certain days of the week
- Calculator, currency converter
- Notes, can be protected with a password
- Screen savers, can be protected with a password
Eldar Murtazin (email@example.com)
Published 13 October 2003
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