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Archived:List of S60 devices supporting GPRS Class A (Dual Transfer Mode)

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Created: User:Technical writer 1 (27 Sep 2007)
Last edited: hamishwillee (15 Jun 2012)


The following table lists current S60 devices that support GPRS Class A mode. Class A devices can connect to both GPRS/WCDMA packet data and GSM voice services simultaneously.

Note that in the 3GPP standard the term DTM (Dual Transfer Mode) is used to denote the same capability.

Nokia E90 Communicator S60 3rd Ed, FP1
Nokia N95 S60 3rd Ed, FP1
Nokia 6121 Classic S60 3rd Ed, FP1
Nokia 6110 Navigator S60 3rd Ed, FP1
Nokia 5700 XpressMusic S60 3rd Ed, FP1
Nokia 6290 S60 3rd Ed, FP1
Nokia E70 S60 3rd Ed
Nokia E65 S60 3rd Ed
Nokia E61i S60 3rd Ed
Nokia E61 S60 3rd Ed
Nokia E60 S60 3rd Ed
Nokia N93 S60 3rd Ed
Nokia N92 S60 3rd Ed
Nokia N91 S60 3rd Ed
Nokia N80 S60 3rd Ed
Nokia N77 S60 3rd Ed
Nokia N73 S60 3rd Ed
Nokia N71 S60 3rd Ed
Nokia N90 S60 2nd Ed, FP3
Nokia N70 S60 2nd Ed, FP3

DTM allows simultaneous packet data transmission along with voice call when connected to a 3G network. This is also possible in a 2G network, but depends on whether the network is configured to support DTM.

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