If you prefer one brand or manufacturer to another, type it into the respective field. Fill in the Model/Codename field if you search for a specific model, model series or codaname.
Fill these fields (month and year) in if you want to limit the age of devices (based on released date). Choose the lower limit in the first row and the upper limit in the second row. If you would like to list devices released in a given month (e.g. April, 2007) enter the same year and month into Released after and Released before menus.
Narrow the Dimensions and Maximum mass if you prefer lightweight and small devices. In case of exclusion of lightweight devices fill in the Minimum mass field.
If you prefer one microprocessor or chipset to another, select that here. You can limit the CPU clock frequency between lower and upper limits.
What are your minimal and maximal requirements in amount of memory? Do you need a hard disk? Fill in the respective fields or leave Minimum HDD capacity empty if you do not need built-in HDD
Which card slots and expansion interfaces are important for you? Tick them off!
Which kind of audio jack (for analog audio out) do you prefer? And the speaker? Mono loudspeaker means one, stereo means two built-in loudspeaker and there are sorrund sound systems too.
Select a specific operating system in the first field OR use the second field if you prefer an OS family and the specific OS is irrelevant for you. It is senseless to select an OS and a platform too.
|Operating System family:
Detailed display parameters, like color depth, diagonal and resolution. You can search for an exact display resolution if you enter the same numbers into to maximum and minimum horizontal resolution fields and/or maximum and minimum vertical resolution fields. Some devices also have a secondary display. You can look for for devices with a specific kind of video out.
Integrated Cellular Phone
Traditaional mobile phones, Pocket PC Phones, Smartphones & Communicators have integrated cellular phone module (Cellular Networks and Bands) which allows the user to make voice and data calls (Cellular Data Links) on the go. Tick check boxes off which are necessary for you in a mobile phone. You can also define maximal Specific Absorption Rate of radio waves (SAR) for body and head.
|Supported Cellular Networks and Bands:
|Supported Cellular Data Links:
Antenna and antenna connector:
Integrated Secondary Cellular Phone
Some mobile phones has two integrated cellular phone modules (Dual Cellular Operation) which allows the user to easily switch between cellular modules (Selectable cellular module) or use two active cellular modules at the same time (Parallel operation). If it is presented secondary cellular module supports different cellular networks (Supported Secondary Cellular Networks) and may support some cellular data link standards (Supported Secondary Cellular Data Links).
|Dual Cellular Operation:
|Supported Secondary Cellular Networks and bands:
|Supported Secondary Cellular Data Links:
Integrated Digital Camera
Select an imager sensor if camera must be integrated. Enter minimum resolution (horizontal x vertical).
Do you need more special extras?
Comminication & Network Interfaces
Select those comminication features which must be integrated in your device.
|Wireless MAN / WiMAX:||
Positioning device | Keyboard | Jog
Select one type of positioning devices. Would you like to use built-in keyboard or jog wheel? Select a specific type or exclude the feature by choosing the No option.
Satellite Navigation (GPS)
Do you need built-in GPS module and/or complementary GPS services? Choose a GPS features and/or an antenna type.
|Supported GPS protocols:|
|Complementary GPS services:|
Some mobile devices are able to receive various kinds of analog/digital satellite/terrestrial broadcasts (TV, FM radio, DMB, DAB, etc.)
Power Supply (Battery)
Choose a battery build up and a battery technology if these are important for you. If the long battery life is a significant factor for you fill in Min. battery capacity and/or Min. battery life fields
Ingress protection rating (IP) defines the level of protection (e.g. IP54) that device provide against mechanical impacts, solid materials and liquids. If you need a drop-resistant, dust-protected and/or waterproof device you can define the level of its protection here.