|Release date||Jul 31, 2013|
|Display Resolution||128 x 64 px|
|Thickness (metric)||15.5 mm|
|Width (metric)||47 mm|
|Height (metric)||110 mm|
|Grams per cubic cm||0.09 g/cu cm|
|Included Accessories||Charging dock|
|Base technology||GSM 900/1800|
|Head SAR value (radiation)||0.622 w/Kg|
|mAh per gram||11 mAh/g|
|mAh per mm thick||52 mAh/mm of thickness|
|mAh per display square in.||58mAh/sqrin.|
|Talk minutes per Ah||263min./Ah|
|Manufacture product ID||TT800|
|Alarm clock||(with World Time)|
|Special keys||SOS Button|
|Hearing Aid Rating||Some sources say it is compatible|
TTfone adds the Jupiter TT800 to their roster of usable simple phones that are obviously built for elderly people who are looking for ultra-simple and easy-to-use phones. It is outfitted with several senior-focused features such as large buttons, an SOS emergency button, a one-touch button for the flashlight, and a talking-buttons feature (keys with voice accompaniment). It runs on an 800mAh battery that has a stand-by time of 10 days and a talk time of 210 minutes. It is also among the most lightweight phones on record, with a weight of 72 grams.
Also known as: TTfone TT800.
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