BenQ P30

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The BenQ P30 is a 2.5G smartphone from BenQ that uses the UIQ platform based upon Symbian OS.

The phone was released into the marketplace in October 2004, primarily in Far Eastern markets.

Specifications[edit]

  • User interface: UIQ 2.1
  • Operating system: Symbian OS v7.0
  • Display: 65 536 colors, 16-bit TFT touch-screen
  • Display size: 2.6", 208x320 pixels
  • Dimensions: 118 x 52 x 17 mm
  • Weight: 150 g
  • Standby time: 120 hours
  • Talk time: 5 hours
  • Memory card: SD / MMC
  • Network: Triband 900/1800/1900 MHz
  • GPRS class 10 for wireless data services

Features[edit]

  • Digital camera with VGA resolution
  • Multimedia: MP3 and MPEG4 audio and video
  • Web: WAP2.0 browser
  • Messaging: Email, MMS, SMS
  • PIM functionality: Contacts, Calendar, Notes, etc.
  • Connectivity: USB, Infrared and Bluetooth
  • Handwriting input i-Tap
  • Document viewer
  • Voice recognition
  • Photo album
  • Built-in handsfree
  • Conference call
  • Open development environment: Java MIDP 2.0

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