Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Philips Fisio 610 : support for GPRS, SMS, and a range of applications such as Java MIDP 2.0

Philips's Fisio 610 is yet another model in a range of phones from experienced users from Philips. A new compact design and a reduced sized battery - which avoids rendering a negative impact on battery life - ensures a thin and light phone which is ergonomically comfortable.Dual band 900/1800 MHz connectivity isn't all the Philips Fisio 610 has to offer: there's also support for GPRS, SMS, and a range of applications such as Java MIDP 2.0, voice commands, all of which laptop and handheld users will be pleased to learn is a breeze to utilize either by means of GPRS support is the fastest way to download files with your mobile, and spacious phone book.
GPRS is an abbreviation for General Packet Radio Service. It is a fully fledged data network, which runs parralel to existing GSM infrastructure.
The benefits are an always-on connection to WAP services and, in ideal conditions at least, faster data transfer rates compared to that over the GSM network.

General            2G Network     GSM 900 / 1800
Announced       2001
Status   Discontinued
Size      Dimensions       110 x 45 x 18 mm
Weight             90 g
Display             Type    Monochrome graphic
Size      5 lines
            - Soft keys
- Zoom function
- Orange backlight
Sound Alert types        Vibration; Monophonic ringtones, composer
Speakerphone No
Memory           Phonebook        
Call records      10 dialed, 10 received, 10 missed calls
Card slot          No
Data     GPRS Class 4 (3+1 slots), 24 - 36 kbps
3G       No
WLAN            No
Bluetooth          No
Infrared port     No
Camera                        No
Features           Messaging        SMS
Browser           WAP
Radio   No
Clock   Yes
Alarm   Yes
GPS     No
Java     No
            - T9
- Voice dial
- Voice command
- Picture messaging
- Organizer
Battery                         Standard battery
Stand-by          100 h
Talk time          4 h

(old handphone -

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