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Getting to know the phone
This mobile phone has different input
methods for entering Chinese
You can use these methods, for
example, to enter Chinese names and
Chinese short messages.
Switching between Chinese input
In the Chinese editing mode, you can
select and switch quickly to another
input method by pressing and
Regardless of which input method you
choose, your phone has a function to
speed up the entry of Chinese
characters. Whenever you enter a
stroke or a Pinyin letter, a candidate
row of the most frequently used
characters containing that stroke or
relating to that letter appears at the
bottom of the screen.
If the character you want is not
displayed in the candidate row, press
to present another candidate row.
character you want is displayed.
Alternatively, you can enter the next
stroke or Pinyin letter and a new set of
characters will immediately be
displayed in the candidate row. To go
back to the previous row, press
select a character in the candidate
row, press the navigation key or press
and hold the key corresponding to the
number above the character you want
A Chinese character is built up of
strokes. There are more than 30 basic
strokes, which are grouped into 5
stroke categories. Each category is
represented on the keypad by one of
. The Wild Card
, is used when you are not
sure of which stroke to use.