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Helping you find what you search

Introduction

The search engine enables you to find handset models that supports specific features.
The list of the feature can be obtained by looking at the section "Tips for Search Engine" section that you find at the bottom of all handset model DNA description.

You can use boolean algebra for advanced requests as explained below:

The search engine syntax

The boolean full-text search capability supports the following operators:
Operator Expected results
+ A leading plus sign indicates that this word must be present in every piece of information returned.
- A leading minus sign indicates that this word must not be present in any piece of information returned.
< > These two operators are used to change a word's contribution to the relevance value that is assigned to a piece of information. The << operator decreases the contribution and the >> operator increases it. See the example below.
( ) Parentheses are used to group words into subexpressions.
~ A leading tilde acts as a negation operator, causing the word's contribution to the information relevance to be negative. It's used for marking noise words. A piece of information that contains such a word will be rated lower than others, but will not be excluded altogether, as it would be with the - operator.
* An asterisk is the truncation operator. Unlike the other operators, it shooud be appended to the word, not prepended.
" The phrase, that is enclosed in double quotes ", matches only pieces of information that contain this phrase literally, as it was typed.

Some examples:

The following examples are different searching expressions that you woud find useable:
Searching string Expected results
JSR75 Find handsets that support JSR 75.
JSR75 JSR184 Find handsets that support JSR 75 and/or JSR 184.
+JSR75 +JSR184 Find handsets that support JSR 75 and JSR 184.
+JSR75 JSR184 Find handsets that support JSR 75 and rank it higher if it also supports JSR 184.
+JSR75 -JSR184 Find handsets that support JSR 75 but not JSR 184.
"Screen Height 288" Find handsets that has a screen height of 288 pixels.
"Screen Canvas Width 352" Find handsets that has a canvas width of 352 pixels.
+"MIDP-2.0" +(>ProtocolTCP <ProtocolUDP) Find MIDP-2.0 handsets that support protocl "TCP" or "UDP", but rank "TCP" higher than "UDP".
+platform SonyEricssonK* Find handsets with platform property starts with "SonyEricssonK" such as "SonyEricssonK750i", "SonyEricssonK600", etc..

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