07 November 2005

The new Sony Ericsson P990 smartphone was announced

The Sony Ericsson P990 will be the first commercially available smartphone to adopt Symbian OS v9.1 and the UIQ 3 software platform.
Screen Display:
240x320 pixels QVGA
262 k color
RAM Memory: 64MB
Flash Memory: 128MB
Shared memory for storage: Up to 80MB user free memory
External memory: Up to 4GB Memory Stick Duo Pro
Max JAR Size: Unlimited (but depending on available storage)
Max SIS Size: Unlimited (but depending on available storage)
Local Connectivity:
Extra features:
2 Megapixel camera with autofocus
Video recorder/player
QWERTY, QWERTZ, AZERTY and Russian keyboard options
Jog Dial
4GB Memory Stick Duo Pro
Flight mode
FM radio

Press release says:

Developers can program in C++ or Java to create powerful professional and personal productivity tools for the P990. The smartphone is based on Sony Ericsson's Java Platform 3 (JP-3) and supports four new JSRs including Web Services (JSR 172). It is the twentieth phone from Sony Ericsson to support Mobile Java 3D with JSR 184. The P990 supports both CDLC and CDC Java environments, and standard Java applications can run in both flip-open and flip-closed modes.

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