|Qtopia Greenphone is a Linux mobile development device open for unlimited software innovation. Offered as part of the Greenphone SDK, it makes Linux-based applications easier to build and faster to bring to market. This powerful GSM/GPRS device provides the perfect platform for creation, testing and demonstration of new mobile technology services and ships loaded with Qtopia Phone Edition.|
Customizable User Interface
Qtopia's customizable interface supports a range of display sizes with up to 24 bits per pixel (16 million colors), and window transparency. It also integrates Scalable Vector Graphics and features icon animation, multitasking, and dual display support for clamshell devices.
Improved Input Methods
Qtopia includes predictive keypad-based typing, customizable full screen handwriting recognition, and on-screen keyboard input. Trolltech partners provide input methods for non-western writing systems.
Targeting the global market is easier with Qtopia Phone Edition's extensive Unicode support and right to left text. Screen layout, including widget size and positioning, is automatically adjusted for translated text and for right to left rendering.
Integral Media Features
Qtopia Phone Edition’s media features include a Helix DNA multimedia framework, supporting playback and streaming of MP3 and many other audio and video formats. Qtopia Phone Edition has been tested with a partner DRM solution to demonstrate file access control and compliance with OMA DRM v1.0 forward lock.
Qtopia Phone Edition offers a suite of built-in capabilities including call management, calendar, contacts, tasks, messaging, email, games and support for efficient creation of SIP based VoIP and presence capabilities.
Qtopia's Safe Execution Environment builds on the security features of Linux to protect the integrity of the device and the network when downloading and running native applications.
Java Virtual Machines from Esmertec, IBM and Sun are available for Qtopia Phone Edition. Java applications integrate seamlessly with Qtopia, providing Java content with a native Qtopia look and feel.
Qtopia Platform's capabilities can be extended through its plug-in framework. The framework offers a well-defined development environment for new features including input methods, fonts, modem drivers, media codecs and other facilities
Qtopia platform enablers support other Phone Edition capabilities, and include a SQL database for efficient data management and a plug-in framework for easy addition of new capabilities like input methods and fonts.
Qtopia Phone Edition supports a full range of wireless connection options including AT-command modem integration, 802.11 with dynamic discovery, Bluetooth OPP, and IrDA.
Open Development Environment
Full documentation and a highly productive suite of tools are provided for customization and extension of Qtopia Phone Edition. Qtopia SDKs make it easy to develop on a desktop system and cross-compile to a target device. Qtopia's virtual frame buffer provides a realistic testing infrastructure matching the device display, pixel for pixel.
Compact Windowing System
Qtopia Phone Edition comes with its own windowing system, eliminating the need for X11 on embedded Linux. It requires a linearly addressable frame buffer as the display driver.