Ericsson R380 PDA & Phone

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R380 back view

The Ericsson R380 is a Smart Phone with a built in PDA (Personal Digital Assistant) - but still the size of a mobile phone. It has a touchscreen, WAP browser, can take voice notes and serve as a speaker phone

R380 features include:

  • GSM 900/1800 dual band phone
  • Touch screen with back light
  • Uses WAP system for Internet access
  • In-built modem
  • EPOC operating system
  • Flip with keys
  • Large display
  • Infrared communication
  • Size as a mobile phone
  • Address book
  • Calendar
  • E-mail and SMS
  • WAP browser
  • Voice notes
  • Notepad
  • Speaker phone
  • Calculator
  • Alarm clock
  • PC synchronisation
  • Ericsson Mobile Internet

The R380 has an address book, a calendar, a voice note recorder, a notepad and other personal organisation tools. 

The R380 features hand writing recognition, voice dialling and voice answering. Synchronisation of user information between R380 and a PC will be supported. 

To access information R380 will support Internet WML browser (WAP).

To access information from the Internet, R380 supports WAP (Wireless Application Protocol). 

Developed specifically for mobile use the Mobile Internet service (based on WAP) is a unique function offering you quicker access to the Internet.

The Ericsson R380 is equipped with the EPOC operating system. Developed by Symbian especially for wireless information devices, this operating system is easier to operate, less power consuming, faster, and more versatile than others.

EPOC offers the user a fully featured suite of personal information management as well as productivity and communication applications.

Based on a new platform, the phone's components draw less current and thereby ensure work times, which will fulfil requirements from active users. 

Batteries are made from lithium ion. Ericsson has developed an all-new series of accessories, which form an intelligent communications concept together with the phone.
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