NEC N412i specs

NEC N412i specs

Ultra slim performer

The N412i Horizon is the slimmest ever, ultra-cool mobile. Take photos with the 1.3 megapixel camera and print them straight from your phone using PictBridge™ technology. Stay in touch with your world with innovative i-mode™ services, plus Bluetooth™ and Sync ML data transfer. And there’s even great entertainment packed into your super slim mobile, with Java™ games and applications, plus MP3 music.

ULTRA THIN: 101.5 x 47.9 x 11.9

i-mode™ SERVICES - to send and receive email and surf the web

SMS, EMS, MMS AND EMAIL [ENABLED] – to send and receive text, graphic images, colour pictures and audio messages

1.3 MEGA PIXELS CAMERA - with 5 x zoom for pictures and video

BLUETOOTH™ - To connect without wires

Java™ ENABLED – to download the latest games and applications


HIGH QUALITY 64 CHORD POLYPHONIC SOUNDS – download the latest ring tones

VIDEO WALLPAPER AND VIDEO PHONEBOOK – to get a movie as a wallpaper and see a video of your friend when they are calling

MP3 PLAYER – To listen to you favourite music wherever and whenever you want

PictBridge™ – To print your pictures directly from your phone

SYNC ML – To connect your phone to your PC to easily transfer data

TRI-BAND – to stay connected in five continents

CUSTOMISABLE DESKTOP ICONS - for quick access to your favourite applications

General Features:
GPRS (class 10)
Currency converter
To Do
Clock and alarm
Mode Key (customisable profiles including Normal, Meeting and Pocket)
Silent vibrate alert
Predictive (T9) text input
Still image viewer for wallpaper pictures and phonebook pictures
Tri rate codec (FR/EFR/HR)
Supports concatenated messages
12 colour led backlight

Camera: 1.3 Mega Pixels
For images and video
Digital 5x zoom
Adjustable brightness setting (take photos Indoors, Outdoors, Night, etc)
Four picture formats – Full colour, Monochrome, Sepia, Negative Film
Timer device
Variable picture size and quality

Calling: 64 chord polyphonic ringtones
Selectable any key answer
Voice dialling
Fast access to made and received calls lists
Dedicated phonebook key
In-call DTMF tones
In-call voice recording (60 seconds max)
“Listen who’s calling” with assignable ringtones
“Look who’s calling” with 12 colour LED call alert
Picture calling with phonebook pictures
Active flip

Memory: Up to 500 contacts in the phone including: Name; telephone numbers; addresses; ringtone settings
Dialled, answered and missed calls (ten of each)
22MB dynamic phone memory for picture, ringtone, voice memo, video, MMS, email, Java™ and MP3
Up to seven pre-set wallpapers and 23 pre-set ringtones
Two pre-set wake-up animations
10 x 60 second voice memos

Display/Indication: Main TFT display 65,536 colours (176 x 220 pixels)
Second display OLED (39 x 96 pixels)
OLED Clock display
Call duration indicator
Comprehensive soft icon display
Graphical user interface
Voicemail waiting indicator

Multimedia: Viewer JPEG, GIF87a, GIF89a, PNG, WBMP, MPEG4
Thumbnail Display option
Two Wake-up Animation presets
Wallpaper facility
MP3 Playback
Good-bye screen preset
Audio supported formats
Video Camera and player

Connectivity: Sync ML
Bluetooth - headset, handsfree, file transfer, OBEX and Dial Up Networking (Modem) profiles
USB connectivity

Supplementary Services: Alternate line service
Call barring
Call forwarding
Call hold
Call waiting
Calling line presentation
Calling line identification restriction
Send and receive short messages (SMS, EMS)
Supports Multimedia Messaging (MMS)
SIM application toolkit
SMS concatenation

Some services are network dependant

Basic Information: Dimensions: 101.5x47.9x11.9mm
Weight: 96g
SIM size: micro 3V/1.8v
Battery: 600mAh Li-Ion (built in)
Standby time: 140 hours (TW09)
Talk time: 140 minutes (TW09)

Battery life is network dependent; variations may occur. Your terminal works closely with the network and the standby and talktimes achieved depend upon this. In particular, your location within the network, the type of SIM, reception of area messages, the use of Full Rate or Enhanced Rate speech and other factors will affect both standby and talktimes.

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