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(keitai-l) Re: J-SH53 announced on 4/24

From: Jeffrey L. Funk <funk_at_iir.hit-u.ac.jp>
Date: 04/25/03
Message-Id: <5.0.2.5.2.20030425164349.0274aa90_at_localhost>
>
>I think the 505 allows you to set more than one (maybe 2 is the limit?) =
>apps as the standby app - so they are basically always running (?) or at =
>least can be started up instantly.
1. Does this mean that an incoming call could activate an i-appli based 
screen saver? If so would it be possible for CPs to release a screen saver 
in which the user could customize the screen saver for each caller in the 
same way we can do this for ringing tones? this can be done with photos but 
animated characters (blue for mike and pink for sally) might be interesting 
to some people.
2. an always on i-appli-based screen saver might also be of interest to 
businesses who might want to use such a screen saver as an entry point to 
their mobile Intranet. And a 256K program might provide enough power to do 
something interesting, e.g., provide customer data to a maintenance worker 
when his company received a request from a customer.
jeff funk 
Received on Fri Apr 25 10:54:23 2003