Doro PhoneEasy 410gsm

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Doro PhoneEasy 410gsm (white with green accents)
Doro PhoneEasy 410gsm (white)

The Doro PhoneEasy 410gsm (codenamed Shell) is a basic no-frills flip phone released in 2009. It was the first clamshell phone released by Doro, and has large rubber buttons with an emergency button on the back.

Variants

  • PhoneEasy 409gsm: Lacks Bluetooth.

Specs

Basics

PhoneEasy 410gsm
HW Platform/ChipsetMediaTek MT6223DA (52 MHz ARM7EJ-S)
SW Platform/OSMediaTek MAUI
Display 176 x 220, TFT
LED IndicatorYes, one for battery and one for messages
Flash memory16MB (Toshiba TV00570002CDGB)
Phonebook capacity300
Charging connectorUnknown barrel jack and Doro dock connector
Data connector2.5mm serial cable through headphone port
Regulatory infoWS5DORO410G (approved 2009-07-17)

Connectivity

PhoneEasy 410gsm
Operating modesGSM (900/1800/1900)
DataNo
SIM sizeMini SIM
IrDANo
Bluetooth1.2 • not on 409gsm
PC LinkNone

Media

PhoneEasy 410gsm
Supported image formatsBMP, GIF, JPG, PNG
Supported sound formatsAMR, IMY, MID, MP3
Speaker configurationSingle ear speaker and loudspeaker on back
Line out2.5mm port
SynthesizerMT6223 Software Synthesizer
FM radioYes, external antenna

Messaging

PhoneEasy 410gsm
SMSYes
EMSNo
MMSYes

Software

PhoneEasy 410gsm
JavaNo
MediaTek MRENo

Accessories

Batteries

Serial UART test points

While there is no means of PC data transfer on this phone, there are test points near the SIM card that allow for read/write access to the flash.

Doro 410gsm test points


Pin Name Direction Description
1 TX Transmit
2 RX Recieve
3 PWR Powers on phone(?)
4 GND Ground
5 VBAT Battery voltage passthrough(?)

Pre-loaded content

Games

  • Robot
  • UFO

Gallery

Phone

PCB Scans

Firmware

There is only one known dump of the 410gsm in an unencrypted format. The firmware version available is SHELL_S02_2V8_DORO410_L14EN_215_091201.