Built on: Series 40 1st Edition
28 April 2004
5 June 2012
The Nokia 3587 mobile phone is an enhanced CDMA device that combines high-speed data support (CDMA2000 1X) and GPS (E911) features in a low-cost design. Features such as the Openwave browser and Java™ technology make it suitable for business and mobile lifestyle applications.
The Nokia 3510i Content Authoring SDK supports MMS reception, Push reception, and a WAP 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, NDS for MMS 1.0, or Adobe GoLive 6.0 can use the simulator as a plug-in, allowing additional capabilities specifically for the Series 30 UI category. The tool replicates the UI of the Nokia 3510i handset including general look, key layout, key definitions, error messages, display and rendering, soft keys, and menu selection.
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.