Ericsson R380 World
The R380 was a groundbreaking phone that was one of the first smartphones to be as small and light as other modern mobile phones. The R380 was also one of the first phones to use the Symbian EPOC OS. Features include unique horizontal screen layout, handwriting recognition, and full organizer and PC sync features,
This phone is not currently available from any major U.S. carrier. It is compatible with some U.S. networks, and may be available from third-party dealers or smaller, regional carriers.
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GSM 900 / 1900
900 MHz / band 8
1900 MHz / band 2
|Weight||5.8 oz (164 g)|
|Dimensions||5.12" x 1.97" x 1.02" (130 x 50 x 25.9 mm)|
Talk: 6 hours max. (360 minutes)
Standby: 130 hours max. (5.4 days)
|OS / Platform||(proprietary)|
|Phone Book Capacity||?|
|SIM card size||?|
|FCC ID||AXATR-414-A2 » (approved Nov 30, 2000)|
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