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Setting up Bluetooth car kits
Your phone works with a wide range of Bluetooth car kits. With a Bluetooth car kit you can operate your phone handsfree without plugging it into a car holder. Before you can use your car kit you need to Pair it with the phone. First you need to turn on Bluetooth on your phone: Select Menu > Connect > Bluetooth > On/Off > On, or select Menu > Organiser > Connect > Bluetooth > On/Off > On. The Bluetooth icon appears on the screen. You now need to make the car kit Discoverable: Turn on the car kit. Make the car kit Discoverable. (See car kit instructions. Some car kits are permanently Discoverable).
Quick start Finally you need to Pair the devices: On the phone select Discover & Pair. As the phone Discovers devices it displays them on the screen. When the car kit name appears in the list you can select Stop to stop the search. If the phone does not Discover your car kit, press A to try again. Highlight the car kit in the list. Select Pair. Enter the Bluetooth Passkey provided with the car kit. You can select Paired Devices to confirm that the devices are Paired. This lists all the devices that are Paired with the phone. Once the car kit and phone are Paired, you can make calls and answer calls using the car kit. To make calls from your car kit, press the green call button on your car kit, then, after the tone, use voice dialling. To answer a call with your car kit, press the green call button. To end a call press the red end call button on your car kit. Note: Voice dial recordings must be loud to ensure confirmation is audible when using some car kits.
Ear Piece Main Display
Left Soft Key A Use to: Access the Contacts List from idle mode. Switch between text entry types. Select the option in the left hand selection area. Call Key D Keypad @ Key j Use to: Go to the Browser default home page from idle mode. Microphone Accessory Connector
Navigation Key This is a multi function key. It is represented by Q in the text. Press the edges of this key to move around the display. Right Soft Key B Use to: Cancel the current option. Return to the previous menu. Delete last character in text entry. Select the option in the right hand selection area
End Call Key E
Memo Key / Camera Shutter Key
Case Screen Personal Handsfree Connector
22 After some operations, the display automatically clears after three seconds or when you press any key.
The status icons are displayed according to the currently activated functions. The antenna, GSM signal strength and battery icons are displayed when the phone is switched on and connected to a network.
Ensure that the phone is switched on, the network operator logo is displayed, and the antenna and signal strength icons (ST) show that network coverage is available in the current area. From idle mode, enter the area code and phone number. Press D.
Answering a call
To receive a call the phone must be switched on and the signal strength icon (T) must be displayed. To answer a call, press any key except E.
Answering a call handsfree
Press and hold D. Note: Do not hold the phone to your ear when in handsfree mode.
Sending DTMF tones during a call
You can send DTMF tones during a call to access voice mail, paging and computerised home banking. For example, you may need to enter a number to remotely access voice mail messages. To send DTMF tones during a call, press the required digit keys.
Rejecting a call
If you do not want to answer an incoming call, press E. Note: If you do not answer a call, or reject a call, the number of incoming calls missed is displayed. Press any key to clear the display.
Making international calls
If you know the international number, you can enter it in the normal way, followed by the area code and phone number. You can use the automatic international access code (+), to dial international numbers without knowing the code for the international exchange. From idle mode, press and hold 0 until + is displayed. Use e to scroll through a list of country codes. Select the code you want. Enter the area code and phone number. Press D. Note: Many countries/regions include an initial 0 in the area code. In most cases, you should omit this when dialling international numbers. If you have difficulties making international calls, contact your service provider.
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Making emergency calls
To make an emergency call, the antenna symbol (S) must be present. If a SIM is installed, enter 112 and press D. If a SIM is not installed, press Q, select SOS, press Q. Note: Making emergency calls without a SIM installed is country or network operator dependent.
Voice calls using Bluetooth headset or car kit
You can use voice dial (see Creating a voice dial entry on page 61 for instructions on how to use voice dial). to make voice calls from your Bluetooth headset or car kit without pressing any keys on your phone. With some headsets and car kits you can also redial the last number (refer to your headset or car kit instructions for details). To make a voice dial call using your Bluetooth headset or car kit: Press the main function button on the EB-BHX70 headset, or the green call button on most car kits. Wait for the tone. Your phone displays Please Call Voice Command. Speak the voice command. Your phone repeats the voice dial entry back for confirmation. If you hear a double tone, then the voice command has failed. Your phone dials the number. To end the call, press the main function button on the EB-BHX70 headset, or the red end button on most car kits. Note: Bluetooth must be switched on (Connect > Bluetooth > On/Off > On) and your Bluetooth headset or car kit must be Paired with your phone, see Discovering and Pairing devices on page 122 for details. Your voice dial recordings need to be loud to ensure that they are audible when you use a car kit.
Press e to move up or down one line of text. Press f to move left or right one character. Press B to delete the character to the left of the cursor. Press and hold B to delete the current line. If you move the cursor over a character and press another key, the new character is inserted immediately before the selected character.
Cut, copy and paste
You can cut, copy and paste text from other messages or contacts list entries on your phone. To cut text: Select Menu > Cut. Move to the start of the text that you want to cut, and select Start. Use f to highlight the text that you want to cut, and select Stop. To copy text: Select Menu > Copy. Move to the start of the text that you want to copy, and select Start. Use f to highlight the text that you want to copy, and select Stop. You can only paste text if you have previously cut or copied some text. To paste text: Move where you want to paste the text. Select Menu > Paste.
38 Use the Settings menu to personalise your phone.
Brightness Backlight Time
The wallpaper is a picture that displays when the phone is in idle mode. Select Wallpaper. Select your picture. If your picture is not in the folder press B then select another folder.
Changing the start up events
The start up events are an animation that you can select and a greeting that you enter. These appear when you turn on the phone. The animation is also shown when you turn off the phone.
Greeting Enter the text of your greeting
Select one of the preset animations
Setting the brightness
You can adjust the brightness of the display. To make the display brighter select +1, to dim the display select -1. Select Brightness. Use e to move between +1, 0 and 1. Press Q.
Setting the backlight time
The Backlight Time is the time that your screen remains lit when you are not using your phone. Select Backlight Time. Select from 10 seconds, 30 seconds and 60 seconds. Note: Setting the Backlight Time to 60 seconds, can reduce the talk and standby time of your battery. Menu > Settings > Display 39
Setting the key backlight
The Key Backlight illuminates your phones keys. Select Key Backlight. Select On or Off. Note: Turning on the Key Backlight can reduce the talk and standby time of your battery.
Menu > Settings > Call service 50
Note: This is SIM and service provider dependent. This option is only available for Pay as you go SIMs. To maintain control over the cost of calls that you make, you can set the phone to restrict its use to a specified number of units. Setting the unit price First you need to enter a price per unit. This is the amount that your service provider charges for one unit of call time. Select Service Charges > Price/Unit. Enter your PIN2. Enter the currency unit (maximum 3 characters). Enter the unit price.
Settings Setting the maximum unit level Use this to set the maximum cost of the calls that you can make. Select Service Charges > Max Cost. Select Menu > Edit. Enter your PIN2. Enter the maximum number of units (the corresponding cost is displayed). Note: The duration of one unit may vary during the day at peak and off-peak times. The call charge information may not be an accurate reflection of the tariffs charged by your service provider. Disabling the maximum unit level Use this to disable your maximum cost setting. Select Service Charges > Max Cost. Select Menu > Disable. Confirm that you want to disable this setting. Enter your PIN2. Setting a warning level You can set a warning to indicate that you have almost reached your maximum cost. Note: This is SIM dependent M. Select Service Charges > Warning At. Enter a value in units at which you want the warning to sound. Viewing the remaining cost You can see how many units you have left before you reach your maximum cost level. Select Service Charges > Cost Left. Viewing the used cost You can see how many units you have used. Select Service Charges > Call Meter
Sending your number
Note: This is network dependent R. If your network supports this function, you can decide whether you want your phone number to be sent when you make a call. Note: You must be registered with a service provider before you can choose to send your number. Select Send My Number. Select from Network Set, On and Off. If you select Network Set, your networks default setting is used.
Recalling a voice dial entry
From idle mode press and hold b or a. Say clearly the name that you want to recall. Press D to call the number.
Dialling a voice dial entry
You can set up voice dial to dial a voice dial number directly from idle mode, so you dont have to press D to call the number. Select Voice Dial. Select On/Off. Select On. To turn it off select Off. Note: Use voice dial to make calls from your Bluetooth headset or car kit. Voice dial recordings must be loud to ensure that confirmation is audible when using some car kits.
Menu > Contacts list > Voice dial
Editing a voice dial entry
Select Voice Dial. Select an entry. Select from Add, Play and Delete. Add. Add a new Voice Dial entry. Play. Listen to the recording for the selected entry. Delete. Delete the selected entry.
Menu > Contacts list > Groups 62
From the Groups menu, you can set up groups of contacts. You can use groups to collect together types of entries, for example, business, friends and family. You can give each group a suitable title, for quick access to the entries.
Creating a group
Select a preset group name or one of the available user group names from the list. You can enter a name, ring type, vibration alert and case screen colour. Note: If you already have ring type, vibration alert and case screen colour set for an individual that you add to the group, then the groups settings are used in preference to those set for the individual.
Viewing a group
Once you have created a group, you can view its settings. Select the group on the list. Select View from the menu. From this view you can then edit the group settings: Select the item that you want to edit. Select Edit. Make your changes. Select Ok to make your changes or Cancel to revert to the original. You can revert to the original settings by selecting Reset.
Previewing a group
This simulates an incoming call, so that you can review your settings and see if they are what you want. Select a group. Select Preview. You can then adjust your settings using View.
Adding and removing members
Once you have created a group, you can add or remove members. To add a new member: Select the group on the list. Select Members from the menu. Select Add. Select a contact from your list. Or Highlight the group on the list. Press A. Select Add. Select a contact from your list. To remove a member: Select the group on the list. Select Members from the menu. Highlight a contact. Select Remove to remove this contact from the group. Or Highlight the group on the list. Press A. Highlight a contact. Select Remove to remove this contact from the group. Menu > Contacts list > Groups 63
Menu > Contacts list > SIM
Creating barred dial number entries
Menu > Contacts list > Storage 66
Note: Before you can create a barred dial number entry you have to enable Barred Dial (see Enabling and disabling barred dial on page 56). When you enable barred dial you can no longer dial the numbers that you entered as barred dial numbers. You can use this to stop certain numbers being dialled. You enter the contact details using the Create option on the SIM menu. When you save the entry you have to enter your password.
This shows the amount of space you have used on your SIM and your phone. Use e to move between the two. You can copy all the SIM contacts to the phone or copy all the phone contacts to the SIM: Select Menu > Copy All. Select SIM to phone or Phone to SIM. You can delete all the SIM contacts or all the phone contacts: Select Menu > Delete All. Select SIM Contacts or Phone Contacts.
The games that are on your phone are network dependent. If you have four games listed then you have embedded games and should follow the instructions in the Embedded games section. If you have one game listed then you have downloadable games and should follow the instructions in the Downloadable games section.
Welcome Instructions Settings
To play the embedded games, select the required game, then follow the on-screen instructions.
Select this to see a demonstration of a game.
Select this to read the welcome screen.
Select this to see general instructions for playing the games.
Nickname Use this to create a name to use when you play games. When you first select this item, it displays No nickname. Use B to delete the existing text, then enter your nickname. Sound Use this to set the sound level for your games. You can select from Off, Low, Medium and High.
Games Vibrations If you turn vibrations on, the phone vibrates when a target is hit in the game. You can select from On and Off. Backlight Use this to set your key backlight. You can select from Off, On 30s and Always on. Note: If you select Always on, this may affect the talk and standby time of your battery.
Camera Changing the format Select Format. Choose from JPEG Fine, JPEG Normal, JPEG Economy and PNG. JPEG Economy produces a small file but with a low resolution. JPEG Normal produces a file which is acceptable for most uses. JPEG Fine and PNG produce large files with high resolution. Trimming your picture Use this to select and save just a small part of your picture. Select Trim. Use g to increase and decrease the size of the box to include just the part of the picture that you want. First adjust up and left, then press Q to adjust down and right. The white corner of the box indicates the directions that you can go. When you have the selection you want, press Q to select the area. Press Q.
Renaming the picture
Select Rename. Use B to remove the existing text. Enter the new text. Press Q. Select Ok to save your changes or Cancel to revert to the old name.
Deleting the picture
Select Delete or press B. Press Q to confirm, or B to cancel.
Close up picture
When the image is on the preview screen, press b to see a close up picture. This zooms in on the centre of the image. Press a to return to the original image.
77 You can set the brightness of an image both before and after taking the picture. The brightness can be increased or decreased by two levels.
Changing brightness while taking a picture
When the image is on the preview screen, press c to make it lighter or d to make it darker. The brightness icon at the top of the screen changes to show how much lighter or darker you have made the image.
Changing brightness after taking a picture
See Changing the brightness on page 76.
Preview screen menu
These are all set up using the same basic method: When the required image is shown in the preview screen, press A. Select the required option. Select the required setting. Press B to leave the menu.
Turns on a light on the front of the phone.
Turn Twilight on when taking pictures in low light conditions.
With Effect you can choose from Off, Sepia, Monochrome or Negative.
This places a border round the image. You can preview the frame by highlighting it then pressing Q.
With Format you can choose the format for saving your image. JPEG Economy produces a small file but with a low resolution. JPEG Normal produces a file which is acceptable for most uses. JPEG Fine and PNG produce large files with high resolution.
With Capture Mode you can choose from: Single Shot takes a single picture. Multi Shot captures images at 1 second intervals while you hold Q down, to a maximum of six images. Self Timer delays the taking of an image. Remote takes a picture immediately, then returns to the capture screen.
80 From the Messaging menu you can send and receive MMS, SMS and email messages. The nine menus are as follows:
Settings 1 MMS 2 SMS 3 e-mail
Inbox 1 MMS 2 SMS 3 e-mail
Broadcasts Receive Message List Topics Languages
Voice Mail 1 Voice Mailbox
Create 1 MMS 2 SMS 3 e-mail
e-mail 1 Send/Receive
Outbox 1 MMS 2 SMS 3 e-mail
MMS stands for Multimedia Message Service. With MMS you can attach images and music to text messages. The recipient can play the images and music as a slide show.
Use Settings to set up MMS to suit your requirements.
Player Mode Server List
Messaging Configuring MMS Note: Your MMS settings may have been pre-configured by your service provider. MMS may not work if you change these settings. You must configure your MMS before you can send or receive MMS messages. You can create up to three server profiles on the phone.
Server List <1> to <3> Edit
For Circuit Switch, select Set, then select Edit and set: Digital Dial number Analogue Dial number Circuit Type. Select from Digital and Analogue. User ID User Password For GPRS, select Set, then select Edit and set: Access Point Name User ID User Password Authentication. Select from Normal, Encrypted and None. Note: Once you have set up a server you need to select the new server and select Set to activate the new setting.
Messaging If you receive a voice call while you are in chat mode, you can accept the incoming call and return to chat mode at the end of the call. To save a chat message session select Menu > Save. Move. Move the message to your phone or SIM memory. Delete. Delete the message. Delete All. Delete all messages.
To access your Outbox select Outbox > SMS. From your outbox you can view all your sent text messages. You can select a message, and choose from the following options: Edit. Edit the message. Send. Send the message. Read. Read the message. Chat. Read sent and received messages with another party on one screen. Select Chat. Enter the phone number you want to chat with. Enter a nickname. This can be up to 18 characters long. Send and receive messages. Press E to end the chat. When you receive a message in chat mode, the text appears above your previous message. If your phone is not in chat mode when you receive a reply to a chat message, it is received as normal SMS. If you receive a voice call while you are in chat mode, you can accept the incoming call and return to chat mode at the end of the call. To save a chat message session select Menu > Save. Create. Create another text message. Move. Move the message to your phone or SIM memory. Delete. Delete the message. Delete All. Delete all messages.
Menu > Messaging > Outbox > SMS
Broadcasts are messages sent on a variety of subjects by your service provider.
Menu > Messaging > Broadcasts 92
Before you can receive broadcasts, you need to specify the topics of information that you want to receive. Select Topics. Press Q. Select Insert. Use e to page through the list of available topics. Press Q to select a topic. If you want to specify more than one topic, keep paging through the topics and select all the ones that you want.
Turning broadcasts on and off
If you are busy, or do not want to receive broadcasts for a while, you can turn them off, and turn them on again later. Select Receive. Select On or Off.
The Message List stores the last broadcast messages that you received. You can delete messages from here.
You can change the language for your broadcast messages. Select Language. Select Menu > Edit. Select the language from the list.
With SMS Chat you can read sent and received messages with another party on one screen. Use this to start a call in chat mode. Enter the phone number you want to chat with. To enter a number using the keypad: Enter the number, then select Menu > Ok. To select a number from the contacts list: Press A to go to the Contacts List. Select the contact. Select Recall. Confirm the number, select Menu > Ok. Enter a nickname. This can be up to 18 characters long. Select Menu > Ok. Enter your message. Select Menu > Send. Press E to end the chat. You can also enter a user message in your chat. Select Menu > User Msg. A list of the user defined messages is displayed. Select the message you require. Press Q. To edit a user message, see Editing user messages on page 46. To save a chat message session select Menu > Save.
With Business Card you can enter some details about you, and send them to a Bluetooth or infrared device.
Select View. Select the item you want to enter or change. Select Edit. Enter the text. Press A to save the card.
Organiser You can enter the following information: Item First name Last name Home number Work number Mobile number Other number Home e-mail Work e-mail Other e-mail URL Title Company name Note Photo Number of characters 32 Select a picture from the list or take a picture with the camera. Menu > Organiser > Business card 115
Send your details to a Bluetooth device
Select Bluetooth. The phone searches for another Bluetooth device. Select Stop when the Bluetooth device is displayed. Select the Bluetooth device from the list or select Find to Discover another Bluetooth device.
Send your details to an infrared device
Set up the devices so that the infrared ports are pointing at each other, and within the effective range of infrared connection. Ensure that there are no obstructions between the devices.
Note: To receive a business card from another infrared or Bluetooth device use Receive Object. See Receive object on page 120.
Use the schedule to register reminders for events and for planning holiday periods. Caution: You need to ensure that any settings made in the schedule will not automatically power on the phone when you are in an aircraft, medical facility etc. See Important information on page 5.
Menu > Organiser > Schedule 116
Creating a reminder
Select Menu > Create. Press Q. Enter the start date. Enter the end date. Select the next menu item. Enter the start time. Enter the end time. Select the next menu item. Select from Once, Daily, Weekly and Yearly. Select the next menu item. Enter any notes that you want to make. Select the next menu item. Select a ring type. Press A to save the entry.
Viewing a reminder
Highlight a date. Select View or select Menu > View. Select the reminder. Select Detail.
Deleting a reminder
Highlight a date. Select Menu > Delete. Select from Day, Past and All. Day, deletes all the reminders on the selected day. Past, deletes all reminders prior to the selected day. All, deletes all reminders.
Setting a holiday reminder
Select Menu > Options. Select Holiday Set. Select Day or Day of the week. Press and hold B to remove the current date. Enter the new date. Repeat for each day of holiday as required. Note: Dates that you set as holiday dates are shown in red. Menu > Organiser > Schedule 117
Deleting holiday reminders
Select Menu > Options. Select Holiday Set. Select Holiday List. Select required holiday date. Select Delete. Confirm delete. To delete all your holiday reminders: Select Menu > Options. Select Holiday Set. Select All Clear. Confirm delete.
Caution: You are responsible for the security of a recorded message. You should ask for the other partys consent before recording.
Recording a memo
Select Record. Record your message. Press Q to stop recording. Press Q to start recording the next memo. To start recording during a call press Q and select Memo or press the memo key on the side of the phone. A tone sounds when recording starts and again when it stops. To stop recording, press Q.
Recording a conversation
Playing back a recording
Select Playback. Select a recording. To stop playing press Q twice. Note: You can use the notepad during play back, see Using the notepad on page 34. Volume control during play back While playing back a recording, use e to adjust the volume.
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Deleting a recording
Select Delete. Select the recording. Confirm delete recording.
Note: This option is SIM dependent. M Use this to receive data such as contact entries, pictures, sounds or themes from another infrared or Bluetooth device. For details see Receiving objects via infrared on page 128, or Receiving objects via Bluetooth on page 124.
Note: This option is SIM dependent. M This option contains the same items as the main Connect menu. For details on the Connect options, see Connect on page 121.
From the Connect menu you can set up your Bluetooth and infrared dialup connections and receive data from other devices. Note: You can access the Connect menu from the top level menu or via the Organiser menu. This is SIM dependent. Your phone can be used as a modem to connect a laptop or desktop PC to the Internet via Bluetooth, infrared or USB Data Cable. For further information please refer to the documentation on the CD-ROM, or to the Panasonic website www.panasonicmobile.com/support/software.
Discover & Pair
Bluetooth provides wireless connections from your phone to headsets, car kits, PCs, laptops and other devices. It uses a radio link which provides fast and reliable transmission of data and voice without the need for a line of sight connection. It operates over a distance of about 10 metres, although you may be able to achieve a distance of up to 30 metres. You can use Bluetooth on your phone to: Make and receive voice calls using a Bluetooth headset or car kit. Transfer pictures, sounds, themes or other data files to or from PCs, laptops or other mobile phones that support Bluetooth. Send and receive electronic business cards with other mobile phones that support Bluetooth. Connect a computer to the Internet so you can send e-mails or browse websites. Connect to a computer to send and receive faxes.
Discover Discoverable DTMF Tones GPRS
ISP Network Operator Pair PAP
Password Authentication Protocol. A security feature for the GPRS network.
Form a permanent association between two Bluetooth devices.
Glossary Passkey A one to sixteen digit number entered when Pairing Bluetooth devices. Used as a security measure to prevent unauthorised Pairing. Also known as PIN, Password or Passcode by other manufacturers. Used for the control of the Call Bar. Supplied by your service provider. Personal Identification Number used for SIM security. Supplied by your service provider. If the PIN is entered incorrectly 3 times, the PIN will be blocked. Personal Identification Number used for the control of Fixed Dial Store and Call Charge metering. Supplied by your service provider. If the PIN2 is entered incorrectly 3 times, the PIN2 will be blocked. PIN/PIN2 Unblocking Key. Used to unblock the PIN/PIN2. Supplied by your service provider. If the PUK/PUK2 is entered incorrectly 10 times, the PUK/PUK2 will be blocked. The act of locking on to a GSM network. This is usually performed automatically by your phone. The ability to use your phone on networks other than your Home network. The organization responsible for providing access to the GSM network. Subscriber Identity Module. A small smart-card which stores unique subscriber and user-entered information such as Contacts List entries and Short Messages. Supplied by your service provider. Wireless Application Protocol. The communication standard which enables you to download resources from the Internet to your phone.
Registration Roaming Service Provider SIM
Bands supported. GSM900 Class 4, GSM1800 Class 1 GSM1900 Standby Time. hours Standby Time (Bluetooth on). hours Talk Time. 1.hours Talk Time (using Bluetooth). 1.4 4.6 hours Note: Talk and standby time are dependant upon network conditions, SIM usage, battery condition and LCD backlight setting. Temperature Range Charging. +5C +35C Storage. -20C +60C Weight:. 95 g (including battery) Dimensions Height. 88 mm Width. 48 mm Depth. 24 mm Supply Voltage. 3.7 V DC, 680 mAh Li-ion Antenna. Fixed Charge Time. Up to 120 min. Note: Charging time is dependant on usage and battery condition. SIM Type. 3 V only Contacts List Memory. 500 + SIM Animation Themes. 2 Memo & Voice Recorder. 4 x 14 seconds Games. 4 or 2 (depends on service provider) Backlight colours. 8 Ringtones. 15 Fixed (depends on Data Folder) Schedule. Up to 100 entries Alarms. 4 Graphics Formats Supported. GIF87a, GIF89, JPEG, WBMP BMP, PNG Maximum File Download Size. 100 kB Maximum File Storage. 4 Mb 139
Specifications Audio Formats Supported. MIDI, iMelody, AMR, SMAF, WAV
Note: Limitation of MIDI: Format 0 and 1 are supported Limitation of SMAF: 16 polyphonic SMAF Limitation of WAV: CD quality WAV (16 bit Linear PCM/44.1kHz/stereo) is not supported. Only the following formats are supported: 8 bit Linear PCM/4 kHz/mono 8 bit Linear PCM/8 kHz/mono 16 bit Linear PCM/4 kHz/mono 16 bit Linear PCM/8 kHz/mono Bluetooth Version. Bluetooth Class. Bluetooth Range. Bluetooth Profiles. WAP 1.2.1 protocol stack 1.up to 10 metres Headset, Handsfree, DUN, OBEX FAX
EU warranty and licensing
EU/EEA Wide guarantee is applicable in the EU/EEA and Switzerland. Panasonic GSM European Service Guarantee Conditions Dear Customer, Thank you for buying this Panasonic digital cellular telephone. The Panasonic GSM European Service Guarantee only applies while travelling in countries other than where the product was purchased. Your local guarantee is applicable in all other cases. If your Panasonic GSM telephone requires service while abroad, please contact the local service company shown on this document. The Guarantee The applicable period of the European wide guarantee for GSM is generally 12 months for the main body and 3 months for the rechargeable battery. With respect to a product used in a country other than a country of purchase, notwithstanding what is stated in the conditions below, the customer will benefit, in that country of use, from these guarantee periods of, respectively, 12 and 3 months, if these conditions are more favourable to him than the local guarantee conditions applicable in such country of use. Conditions of Guarantee When requesting guarantee service the purchaser should present the warranty card together with proof of purchase, to an authorised service centre. The guarantee covers breakdowns due to manufacturing or design faults; it does not apply to other events such as accidental damage, however caused, wear and tear, negligence, adjustment, modification or repair not authorised by us. Your sole and exclusive remedy under this guarantee against us is the repair, or at our option the replacement, of the product, or any defective part or parts. No other remedy, including, but not limited to, incidental or consequential damage or loss of whatsoever nature shall be available to the purchaser. This is in addition to and does not in any way affect any statutory or other rights of consumer purchasers. This guarantee applies in countries shown on this document at the authorised service centres detailed for that country.
Service Centres in England Tel. +159159
Service Centres in Ireland Tel. +2898333
With its elegant clamshell design, superb color screen, built-in digital camera with Photo Light, Bluetooth capability and polyphonic ringtones, the X70 contains a virtual plethora of features for the person who wants everything. The X70's high quality 65,536 color large display screen means your photos will be sharper and clearer than ever before. This built-in digital camera even has a Photo Light that enables you to illuminate whatever you are taking a picture of. The X70 also supports Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) and email for keeping in touch with friends, family and colleagues. The X70's support for Bluetooth will also enable you to link wirelessly to another Bluetooth enabled device, be it your laptop or personal headset, providing you with speedy communication that is hassle free. With room for up to 400 photos on the X70's stored memory, you will want to put your pictures to good use. By assigning a photo to a number in your phonebook, pictures of your caller will be displayed when they ring you. The X70 also has a 16-tone polyphonic ringer, to make your favorite tunes come alive. Other great features include voice recognition, active flip, desktop handsfree facility, voice memo, GPRS, WAP and also games. In addition to all these advanced features, the X70 has a highly stylish, sleek, silver clamshell design that makes it one of the "must have" phones on the market.
|Product Type||Cellular phone|
|Phone Design||Folder type phone|
|Integrated Components||Digital camera|
|Band||GSM 900/1800/1900 (Tri-Band)|
|Service Provider||Not specified|
|Messaging & Internet|
|Cellular Messaging Services||MMS, SMS|
|Supported SMS Functions||SMS MT (Mobile Terminated), SMS Chat|
|WAP Protocol Supported||WAP 1.2.1|
|GPRS (General Packet Radio Service)||Yes|
|Wireless Interface||Bluetooth, Infrared (IrDA)|
|Conference Call Capability||Yes|
|Additional Features||Intelligent typing (T9), SIM application toolkit (STK), world clock, melody composer|
|Phone Book Entries Qty||500|
|Calculator||Yes , business/financial|
|User Memory||4 MB|
|SIM Card Lock||Yes|
|Restrict Access to Phone Book||Yes|
|Optical Sensor Type||CMOS|
|Min Illumination||5 lux|
|Camera Light Source||Flash|
|Type||LCD display - color|
|Display Resolution||132 x 176 pixels|
|Color Depth||65,536 colors|
|Display Indicators||SMS indicator, silent ring signal, divert indicator, digital clock, GPRS indicator, missed calls indicator, TTY indicator, signal strength, roaming, voice message waiting, keypad lock, battery meter|
|Display Illumination Color||White|
|Features||Wallpaper, screensaver, backlit|
|Type||LCD display - monochrome|
|Connector Type||Data port Headset jack|
|Run Time Details||Talk - up to 300 min Standby - up to 250 hrs|
|Recharge Time||120 min|
|Included Accessories||Power adapter|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
|Part Numbers||EB-X70AAUFUT, PanasonicX70, X70|
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