MTV Cribs: Pimp My Java/J2ME Ring-Ring

Bruce Hopkins suggests in his comment to post a profile of a "loaded" J2ME cell phone (one with a lot of JSRs).

Here's the Nokia 9500.

See:

Pimp My Cell Phone: Nokia 9500

Here's the list of extreme makeover JSRs

  • CLDC 1.1
  • MIDP 2.0
  • Nokia UI API
  • Wireless Messaging API (JSR-120)
  • Mobile Media API (JSR-135)
  • Bluetooth API (JSR-82 no OBEX)
  • Java Technology Wireless Industry rel. 1 (JSR-185)
  • FileConnection and PIM API (JSR-75)
  • CDC 1.0 (JSR-36)
  • Personal Profile (JSR-62)
  • Foundation Profile (JSR-46)

Fo shizzle! Now, that's what I call a Java phone! Especially that JSR 36/46 combo. Oo-wee! (Who led those slammin' specs?) :-) J2ME CDC and Foundation Profile takes you from Oo-ya to Boo-ya, just like that, homey. Ain't no other phone I know with 10 JSRs. Anyone got one to match that?

Word.

Comments:

Or, a handset that is JSR 248 (MSA) compliant - which means complying w/ ~22 JSRs... ceo

Posted by C. Enrique Ortiz on June 16, 2005 at 11:51 AM PDT #

...but there's still one very important JSR missing within my Communicator 9500 - it's JSR-180. Besides JSR-180 I would like to see a J2ME implementation of http://www.sip-communicator.org/

Posted by Joost Andrae on June 17, 2005 at 01:49 AM PDT #

Of course, I think that 2nd place should go to the Motorola i605. You have to download the SDK to get this info, but buried in the readme file is this juicy information:

- MIDP 2.0 APIs
- 3D Graphics APIs for iDEN Applications
- OPP APIs
- JSR-82 (Bluetooth APIs)
- JSR-135 (Mobile Multimedia APIs)
- JSR-120 (Wireless Messaging APIs)
- JSR-75 (PIM and File API)
- JSR-172 (WebService & XML Parser API)
- JSR-179 (Location API)
- JSR-184 (Mobile 3D Graphics API)
- JSR-205 (Wireless Messaging API 2.0)
- Resource Bundle APIs
- PhoneBook/DateBook APIs (UDM)
- Generic call and PhoneCall Receive APIs
- Radio and System Status Manager APIs
- Recent Call Access APIs

It doesn't have CDC of FP (who was the lead of those specs again?) but it does have full JSR-82 (with OBEX!) and not to mention Location API and Web Services API. Very, very cool.

Posted by Bruce Hopkins on June 17, 2005 at 05:42 AM PDT #

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