Sony Ericsson T300
The Sony Ericsson T300 is an entry-level tri-band GSM cell phone released by Sony Ericsson in 2002.
The T300 is a slightly cut-down version of its predecessor, the T68, lacking Bluetooth and some software functions. It was marketed for its ability to capture photos using the optional CommuniCam accessory (attached to the phone's data port) and send them via MMS. It was the first consumer phone released by Sony Ericsson to include a dedicated PCM sound generator for playing MIDI ringtones and MMS melodies. Additional upgrades to the software included support for downloadable Java games and digital zoom on the CommuniCam.
T306: Released for Cingular, supporting the GSM bands used in the Americas.
|Chipset||Ericsson ARM||Ericsson ARM|
|Platform||Ericsson R320s||Ericsson R320s|
|Display||101 x 80, STN, 8-bit color||101 x 80, STN, 8-bit color|
|Flash memory||8 MB; 400 kB accessible to user||8 MB; 400 kB accessible to user|
|Charging and data connector||Ericsson T28||Ericsson T28|
|Operating modes||GSM (900/1800/1900)||GSM (850/1800/1900)|
|SIM size||Mini SIM||Mini SIM|
|Bluetooth||Not supported||Not supported|
|PC Link||Supports PIM functions and time sync.
Can receive files over serial,
but not send them.
|Rear camera||VGA (640 x 480), fixed focus, auto white balance, photo frames|
|Supported image formats||GIF, JPG, WBMP|
|Supported audio formats||AMR, IMY, MID|
|Supported video formats||Not supported|
|Speaker configuration||Single ear speaker and buzzer|
|Line out||Ericsson T28 connector, mono output|
|Java||MIDP 1.0, CLDC 1.0, downloadable|
- Sony Ericsson BST-22 (3.6 V, 700 mAh Li-Po)
- Data cable
- Stereo handsfree
- Alien Scum
- Black Deal
- Alien Scum
- Deep Abyss
This section here for template purposes; no firmware download is currently available for this phone.