Nokia 3560 color with new TDMA phones
Nokia 3560 is one of the first devices to bring a full-color screen to the TDMA environment. Consumers will appreciate the color screen as well as the Javaâ„¢ MIDP for games and applications, the built-in WAP 2.0 (XHTML compatible) browser, SMS messaging, and downloadable polyphonic MIDI ring tones. Nokia 3560 is a dual-band device sold primarily in North America.
From a programming perspective, Nokia 3560 is a Series 30 Platform device, and nearly identical to its single-band cousin, Nokia 3520. The display is 96 x 65 pixels, with 4096 colors. Applications can use the standard canvas size of 96 x 54, or use the FullCanvas class and access the entire screen. The user interface supports the familiar arrangement of two soft keys and two-way scrolling.
Nokia 3560 supports CLDC 1.0, MIDP 1.0, and Nokia UI API. The device has 300 KB available for MIDlets, which is more than most Series 30 devices. MIDlets can be downloaded via WAP browser, depending on network support. The device ships with a few Java games pre-installed to introduce users to game playing on their phones. Nokia Developer's Suite 1.1 for the Javaâ„¢ 2 Platform, Micro Edition is available for a no-cost download on the tools page (see below), and can be integrated with popular IDE products.
Nokia 3560 supports browsing applications under the WAP 2.0 standard, depending on network support. Nokia Mobile Internet Toolkit 3.1 is a complete browsing development environment, including a server simulator based on Nokia Activ Server if a WAP gateway is unavailable during development.
Nokia 3560 Band Functionality: TDMA, AMPS Operating Frequency: 800/1900 Series 30 WAP 2.0 (XHTML compatible) Messaging: SMS Display: 96 x 65 pixels with 4096 colors, pixel ratio HxV 1:1.7 Memory for MIDlets: 300 kB Maximum size of one MIDlet suite: 64 kB Java APIs: CLDC 1.0, MIDP 1.0, Nokia UI API MIDlet deployment: WAP OTA (where supported) ITU-T keypad: - 2 soft keys - 2-way scrolling (up and down)