Built on: Series 40 2nd Edition (initial release)
16 November 2004
22 March 2012
The Nokia 6235 imaging phone is an enhanced CDMA device that combines advanced features like messaging, multimedia and e-mail with high-speed data support (CDMA2000 1X) in a classic design. Features such as the Openwave browser and Java™ technology make it suitable for business and mobile lifestyle applications.
SDKs supporting Java app, web, and messaging content development for Series 40 phones.
This document introduces Series 40 Developer Platform; it describes the user functionality provided by the platform and provides an overview of the options for developing applications and content.
This document answers the most frequently asked questions from developers and business managers regarding the Series 40 Developer Platform, including recent enhancements.
This updated document describes AT commands that can be used with Nokia CDMA products which are part of Series 40 platform 1.0 and 2.0.
This updated document includes detailed information about the messaging characteristics of each Nokia CDMA device that is part of Series 40 Developer Platform 1.0 or 2.0. The document contains both Smart Messaging and Multimedia Messaging features.
This updated document lists the WAP/XHTML characteristics in use in Nokia CDMA devices.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.