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  BenQ P30 facts
The smallest and lightest Symbian OS UIQ device. Uses the latest version of UIQ - 2.1 - providing rich personalisation possibilities. Equipped with powerful TI OMAP 1510 processor and advanced TI chipset. Scheduled for release in Q3 2004 in Asia and Europe, still not available.
UIQ is a customizable pen-based user interface platform for media-rich mobile phones based on Symbian OS. UIQ offers users enchanting interaction through its pen-based user interface and large display. It is designed to offer easy access to the wide variety of data services in 2.5 and 3G networks. UIQ phones use large, touch sensitive screens (208-240*320 pixels, 12 or 16-bit color). The latest UIQ 2.1 release brings advanced UI personalisation with Themes, Java MIDP 2.0 and enhanced multimedia and network support.


General data:

  • Product name: BenQ P30
  • Dimensions: 118 x 52 x 17 mm
  • Weight: 140 g
  • GSM System and power class: E-GSM 900 class 4, GSM 1800 class 1, GSM 1900 class 1
  • Antenna: external
  • SIM card: small plug-in card, 3V or 5V
  • Operating system: Symbian OS v7.0 with UIQ 2.1 User Interface
  • Processor: Texas Instruments OMAP 1510 based on ARM9 core (RISC, 32-bit, 144 MHz)
  • Internal user storage memory: ~ 4 MB
  • External storage: MMC (MultiMedia) or SD (Secure Digital) memory cards
  • Operating memory: 16 MB, 8-9 MB available
  • Talk time: up to 3-5 hours
  • Standby time: up to 200 hours
  • GPRS maximum data rate: 85,6 kbps + 21,4 kbps (with CS-4 coding scheme)
  • Screen type: TFT, touch sensitive, anti-reflective
  • Display size: 208x320 pixels, 36x56 mm
  • Colour resolution: 18 bit, 262 thousand colors
  • Keypad: hardware keybad built-in
  • Third party application support: C++, Personal Java, Java MIDP / CLCD 2.0, OPL, Visual Basic


  • Handsfree options: Built-in speakerphone, Portable handsfree, Bluetooth headset, Stereo headset
  • Picture phone book: Picture of contact when making outgoing call, Picture of caller when incoming call CLI matches entry in Contacts
  • Personal ringtones: Sound clips as personal ringtones and alerts: ARM, AU, iMelody, MIDI, RMF (Beatnik), MP3 and WAV
  • Voice control: Voice dialling, Magic word

PDA applications:

  • Contacts (address book)
  • Calendar (Diary)
  • Tasks ("To-Do" list)
  • Jotter (Text and "ink" notes)
  • Voice Memo (Dictaphone)
  • Time (World Clock)
  • Calculator
  • Audio Player
  • Video Player
  • Messaging / E-mail client
  • Web Browser

Integrated camera:

  • Image size: 640x480 (VGA), 320x240 (QVGA), 160x120 (QQVGA)
  • Color depth: 24-bit (16,7 million colors)
  • Video size: QCIF

Video Player:

  • File format: MPEG-4
  • Streaming transport: RTSP according to 3GPP
  • Video coding: MPEG-4 Simple Visual Profile Level 0, H263 Profile 0 Level 10, H263 Profile 3 Level 10
  • Audio coding: AAC, AMR

Audio Player:

  • File format: AMR, AU, WAV, MP3, General MIDI level 1 with 64-voice polyphony, RMF
  • Features: Playlists, Loop, Automatic pause on phone call, Shuffle, graphic spectrum analyzer


  • Bluetooth
  • Infrared
  • USB

Remote synchronisation:

  • Data: Contacts, Calendar, Tasks
  • Bearer: HTTP
  • Protocol: SyncML

Local synchronisation:

  • Data: Contacts, Calendar, Tasks, Jotter Text Notes, email
  • Bearer: Bluetooth, IrDA, USB
  • Protocol: SyncML
  • PC applications supported: Lotus Organiser 5 & 6, Lotus Notes 4.6 & 5.0, Microsoft Outlook 98, 2000, 2002

PC connectivity solutions:

  • Drag and drop file transfer
  • Backup and restore of user data and settings
  • Install new application
  • Use as wireless modem

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