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Part Numbers: ANT 610B, ANT-610B
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Manufacturer/Importer: Product Brand (s) Models Website and/or contact details for the product Nokia Nokia 5120 www.nokiausa.com
Completed by: Julie Matthews
Date completed: 1/26/2009
Handset Hardware Information
Requirements - Description Weight of handset/device
Circle answer or Insert REMARKS the value 88 grams BL-5C
For handset incorporating batteries, weight of handset together with batteries. Please specify type or model of batteries used.
Standby Time / Talk Time
Standby time (in days) and Talk Time (in hours)
Standby time: 12 days
Talk time: 6 hrs
Headset - plug connected Headset - plug type
Alternative headset can be connected in lieu of handset 2.5mm or 3.5mm Headset Jack
Yes 3.5mm AV
Shape of Device
A, B, C, D, E, F or G
A. Clam Shell / Flip Phone B. Candy Bar / Monobloc/ Stick C. Slide D. Swivel E. Touchscreen F. Smart Phone G. Other Touch Screen Easy Battery Placement Easy to press keys Key Identification Key Identification If Device is Touchscreen - Is the touch screen heat activated Is Battery clearly marked for proper orientation/placement Keys on the keypad are easy to press Are individual keys easily discernible to the user? How are the keys discernible - separate keys, use of ridges to define No Yes Yes Yes Separate keys Separate keys for Volume control B. Candy Bar
Key center point distance
What is the distance from the centre point of one alpha-numeric key to another
Does the phone feature a QWERTY keypad?
Anti-slip features Ease of Opening for Clam Shells Lanyard Pin for key ring or Lanyard Strap Differentiation of function keys Backlight for Keypad
Non slip grips on side of product to prevent slipping out of hand. Can the Clam Shell/Flip Phone be opened with one hand Product has a lanyard pin for key ring or lanyard strap. Are function keys differentiated from the numeric keys eg colour/shape etc Lighting inside the keypad Adjustable Contrast Control Adjustable Brightness Control
No NA Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Messaging, Web and Contacts
Adjustable Font Size Main Display Size (mm) Main Display Resolution (in pixels) Backlight for Display Colour differention: Methods other than colour to display information (eg images/ text/font etc) Symbols/Icons (User can select the menu in Grid or List) Screen Flickers less than 2 Hz or greater than 60 Hz (LCD used in this product?)
30.2mm x 40.3mm 256k colours, 18bit Yes Yes Yes Yes Circle answer or Insert REMARKS the value User can select their preference of the menu view. Grid, List, Grid with labels or Tab.
Telephone Features For People with Disabilities Mobility / Dexterity Features
Requirements - Description
Hands free operation after call initiated Speaker-phone capable If Yes does the phone have full duplex speaker phone capability Text Messaging Service capable All text message features supported can be read, composed and sent using the phone's screen and/or keypad Phone predicts a whole word from the first few letters of the word being typed using an inbuilt dictionary (for SMS/MMS use) Keys that are recessed or guarded in some way are easier to press and reduce the possibility of pressing the wrong key. Device can be connected to the phone by using: - cable Coupling to a device - infrared - Bluetooth / WLAN - Other: (please describe) Flat back for table top operation Product has a flat back for table top operations Automatic Answer Automatic Features Any Key Answering Voice recognition for Dialing or accessing features Hand Movement Redial The user can answer the call by pressing any key Voice Commands can be used for dialing or accessing features on the phone. Controls require pinching, twisting, or rotation of the wrist
Yes Yes Yes Full duplex
Predictive Text Input
T9 Predictive text
Yes No Yes Packet Data Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Voice Dialing
VISION FEATURES A tactile marker is included on the 'F' and 'J' keys for QWERTY keypads Tactile key markers A tactile marker (such as a raised 'pip') to identify where the '5' key is Standard key layouts Key feedback - tactile Key feedback - audible Audible identification of Keys Audible key feedback different for function and number keys Battery charging or low battery warning Audible Cues Power on/off Caller Waiting or ending calls Volume Level Indicator Adjustable font Automatic Features Adjustable font style Adjustable character size Automatic Answer Can the Volume automatically adjust itself based on the ambient noise level Personalized Shortcuts Voice recognition for Dialing or accessing features Ring Tone Variations Voiced Menus HEARING/SPEECH IMPAIRMENT FEATURES Vibracall alert Phone vibrates when receiving an incoming call, messages or warning alerts Power on/off Battery charging or low battery warning Visual Alerts Incoming Calls (Caller ID)/ Incoming messages/ Call waiting Other visual alerts/text displays not mentioned above. Battery and Network strength indicators Network technology level Visual indicators on Display Volume Control Voice Mail Visual display of the line status (i.e. on-line) Enhancements connected (Loopset, Headset or TTY/Textphone) Text messaging / SMS Messaging Options Email Instant Messaging Multimedia Messaging Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Native Email Headset and TTY is supported in this product. All Alerts are displayed on the display. Light effects is supported in this product. User can personalize shortcuts Voice Commands can be used for dialing or accessing features on the phone. Possibility to assign different ring tones to different stored numbers The phone can read out menu options. Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes No User can personalize the Selection key. Voice Dialing User can assign images and speed dial to contacts. In Messaging and Contacts DTMF tones Number layout uses the standard 3 x 4 (12 key) keypad array Pressing a key provides a change that can be felt to confirm button has been pressed. Pressing a key provides a tone that can be heard to confirm button has been pressed. The number on the Number keys is spoken when pressed. Yes Yes Yes Yes No Two nibs on the 5 key No
Predictive Text SMS Personalisation and Reuse Video Conferencing Hearing Aid Compatibility Key feedback - displayed Ringer volume adjustable Call Logs COGNITION FEATURES Time-independent Responses Time-dependent Response Adjustment Simple Reminders Assistance Instructions Adjustable Scroll Speed Photo associated Telephone Book Simple Instructions ADDITIONAL FEATURES Alternative format User Manual The User Manual is available in alternative formats Are responses independent of time User can adjust timing for time-dependent response User is reminded by simple alerts/messages Are instructions displayed to assist input of desired information when needed (i.e. during setup or if delayed response is detected) Adjustable Scroll Speed (User scrolls through static messages at own pace) Option to associate photos with numbers in Telephone Book On-screen Instructions/System Messages appear in short simple sentences Phone allows user to save a personalised SMS message for future use Two-way Video Conferencing Magnetic coupling provided for telecoil (T-coil) equipped hearing aids Number being dialed is displayed on the screen Adjustment of the ringing volume is possible Allows the user to see the missed, received and dialed calls
Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes By using the scroll key. Voice Clarity is supported in this product.
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Braille, Large Print and Audio. Online user guide is screen reader compatible.
Please list/describe any additional features with may benefit people with disabilities ( i.e the possibility to Highlighted features are user can assign images to their contacts. Voice Clarity and IM. connect additional accessories such as external keyboard or devices for synthesizing voice) OPTIONAL A CCESSORIES
Related accessories that may also benefit people with disabilities.
Wired Headsets, BT Headsets, Wireless keyboard
For answers to questions about general accessibility issues and products www.nokiausa.com www.nokiaaccessibility.com
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