Built on: Series 40 1st Edition
20 May 2003
22 March 2012
The Nokia 6108 mobile phone is a tri-band device that features a built-in touchpad, handwriting recognition software for both Chinese and Latin characters, and a two-way dictionary. MMS support, WAP 1.2.1 (XHTML) browsing, and Java™ technology support both business and mobile lifestyle applications.
Nokia 7210 Content Authoring SDK 1.0 supports MMS reception, Push reception, and a browser. Designed to run as either a stand-alone or an integrated application, developers can use this tool to preview local files and Internet files. Developers using Mobile Internet Toolkit 3.1 or Adobe GoLive 6.0 can use the simulator as a plug-in, to exploit capabilities specifically for the Series 40 UI category. The tool replicates the UI of the Nokia 7210 handset including general look, key layout, key definitions, error messages, display and rendering, soft keys, and menu selection.
This document specifies the Java MIDP, Browsing, and MMS features of Developer Platform 1.0 for Series 40 and Series 60.
This document discusses issues involved in developing games for Developer Platform for Series 40 and then porting them to other devices.
Provides an introduction to the supported J2ME and Nokia APIs in the Developer Platform for Series 40.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.