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Topic # 3814 7-Apr-2005 19:56
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Does anybody have a list of colour Telecom devices and their corresponding screen resolutions?

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  Reply # 14075 8-Apr-2005 09:52
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c'mon guys somebody must have this information - are we pro innovative mobile content born out of NZ or are we not ;)

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  Reply # 14077 8-Apr-2005 11:26
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The screen sizes should be found on the telecoms website... except not in the format you want.

They do have them on each product though
ie.
https://www.telecom.co.nz/mobile/shop/front/1,5523,204449-201928,00.html?action=%2Fmshop_handsetGallery&productCode=SAN7400
"A sporty design with vibrant, 65K full-colour display (176x220 pixels) with external display."
https://www.telecom.co.nz/mobile/shop/front/1,5523,204449-201928,00.html?action=/mshop_handsetGallery&productCode=HYUTX115C
"High resolution 65K colour display: 128 x 160 pixels, with external display."

Seek and you shall find... https://www.telecom.co.nz/mobile/shop/front/1,5523,204449-201928,00.html




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  Reply # 14108 9-Apr-2005 23:52
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Still no luck. I can't be bothered doing anything on the Telecom site - I like my information handed to me on a silver plater, I'm not an alphabet soup kind of guy. If only all the tech specs were in a nice tidy standardised format (like cnet mobile). SO if I do this and post all of my research here before anybody else does then mobile developer community all owe me big time ;)

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Reply # 14109 10-Apr-2005 00:19
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Why annoy Telecom why not check out the makers website, Telecom NZ don't make them



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  Reply # 14119 10-Apr-2005 11:02
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Think about it. This type of information makes it easier for people to develop content for Telecom. I don't need to explain why this is a good thing for Telecom, as well as myself, and other developers. This type of info should be in a central easy to access place.

Anyway I thought that's what these forums were for... ummm share info and foster growth in mobile IT?

So here you go. I've made a start.

Screen Sizes, in Pixels, for current Telecom mobile phones

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Reply # 14122 10-Apr-2005 16:52
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Why do just telecom phones, Why not do GSM and 3GSM handsets as well way more users out there and more users in New Zealand.



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  Reply # 14124 10-Apr-2005 16:57
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It would be a more useful resource I agree.
I'll look into it - there are just so many phones :P



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  Reply # 14441 29-Apr-2005 17:30
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Added Nokia 6255 to Screen Size List - click here

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  Reply # 14466 2-May-2005 11:11
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hey guys,

what are you specicially looking for here? If your creating Java content, the screen size info is slightly diiferent, as you can generally use the entire screen (the screen size mentioned in the rdf), if your creating wap pages, your looking at a reduced width to allow for the scroll bar in the browser.

let me know which it is you want, as I have a complete list, and update it for every Telecom 027 handset that is realesed!

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  Reply # 14468 2-May-2005 12:04
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Hey Felix. This list is deisgned to help us as a reference when creating images for Wallpapers. Can you email me your list - dan@instinct.co.nz

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  Reply # 14469 2-May-2005 13:17
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checkk your email dan!




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