The phone features a WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) micro browser, enabling users to access the latest mobile Internet services. The browser delivers real-time access to e-mail and specialized mobile Internet content, such as news briefs, stock quotes, airline schedules, sports scores, weather and traffic reports, and national white and yellow pages directories. The phone also supports the popular 2-way short messaging services that offer quick and direct text communication among friends, family and co-workers.
The product delivers battery performance of up to 5.6 hours of talk and up to 225 hours of standby with the optional high-capacity battery. The standard battery yields up to 3 hours of talk and up to 120 hours of standby. It measures 2x5x1" (51x130x25 mm) and weighs 6.1 oz (173.6 g).
A large screen and icon-based EZ-Read Menus make the features of the phone easy to use - including the 200-number phonebook and SuperSpeed one-touch dialing. The phone also features caller ID and message waiting. Other useful features include single key voicemail access, a large incoming/outgoing call log, side volume controls and 26 distinct ring tones. The phone features security tools such as call restriction, which allows calls only to numbers in the in-built phonebook and a phone lock option.
Ericsson, Inc., 740 E. Campbell Rd., Richardson, TX 75081-6708. Tel: 972-583-0324; Fax: 972-583-2777.