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  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Getting Started Parts & Functions.............. 6 SIM Card................7 SD Card................9 Charging Battery.............. 12 Power On/Off..............13 arrows U User Guide Contents Making Initial Settings............ 14 Using a Google Account........... 16 Unlocking Screen...............19 Basic Operations Basic Operation..............22 Manner Mode..............22 Using Vibration/Mute............24...
  • Page 4 Handset Settings Handset Settings.............. 72 Data Usage Settings............73 Battery Settings...............74 Display & Wallpaper Settings..........74 Sound Settings..............75 Security & Location Settings.......... 75 System Settings..............78 Other Settings..............79 Global Services Global Roaming..............84 Making Calls while Abroad..........85 Warranty/Specifications/Customer Services Warranty & After-Sales Service........90 Specifications..............90 Customer Service..............
  • Page 5: About The User Guide

    Introduction About the User Guide Thank-you for purchasing this product. Screens and operation may differ depending on your environment (updates, etc.). Before Using This Product Read "Quick Start" and "Safety Precautions" thoroughly for proper usage. Accessible services may be limited by subscription contract conditions.
  • Page 7: Getting Started

    Getting Started Parts & Functions.............. 6 SIM Card................7 SD Card................9 Charging Battery.............. 12 Power On/Off..............13 Making Initial Settings............ 14 Using a Google Account........... 16 Unlocking Screen...............19...
  • Page 8: Parts & Functions

    Parts & Functions Handset (Back/Side) Handset (Front) Part Description Part Description Filters noise during calls. Also use as mic Sub-Mic Front for hands-free calls. Use to shoot photos or videos of yourself. Camera Internal Internal Antenna for calls and data Earpiece Hear the other party's voice here.
  • Page 9: Sim Card

    SIM Card Keys SIM Card is an IC card containing phone number and other customer information. Handling SIM Card For SIM card handling, see following items. IC chip For SIM card handling, see SoftBank Website. Part Description https://www.softbank.jp/mobile/support/protect/usim/ Toggle Display on/off. (Japanese) Power Key Long Press for power on/off.
  • Page 10 Removing SIM Card Pull Slot Cap out Always power off beforehand. With Display upward, insert SIM Removal Pin in hole in Slot ・Slot Cap detaches from handset. ・Pull out straight without bending in direction shown. ・Do not push down on ejected Slot Cap. May damage Slot Cap. Set SIM Card in Tray in Slot Cap with IC chip facing down ・Insert firmly and straight until Slot Cap ejects.
  • Page 11: Sd Card

    SD Card Pull Slot Cap out Handset supports SD Cards up to 400 GB. Some SD Cards may not operate properly. When using a new SD card for the first time, always format it on handset. SD Card Cautions ・Slot Cap detaches from handset. ・Pull out straight without bending in direction shown.
  • Page 12 Formatting SD Card Storage settings In Home Screen, (Settings) Format Storage FORMAT SD CARD SD card Done All data on SD Card is erased.
  • Page 13 Formatting SD Card Cautions Removing SD Card When using a new SD Card for the first time, always Always unmount SD Card and power off first. format it on handset. ・Formatting erases all data on SD Card. Carefully check any SD Card that was used on another device before With Display upward, insert SIM Removal Pin in hole in Slot formatting.
  • Page 14: Charging Battery

    Charging Battery Charging with AC Charger Be sure to use an AC Charger specified by SoftBank. For Charging Cautions information on AC Charger and other peripheral devices, see SoftBank Website. Never connect USB Type-C plug while handset or peripheral Operation using AC Charger (USB Type-C rapid charging AC equipment is wet.
  • Page 15: Power On/Off

    Power On/Off Powering Off Powering On Power Key (Long Press) Power Key (Long Press) Power off Lock screen appears. ・See "Unlocking Screen" to unlock the screen. ・Startup wizard appears the first time handset is powered on. See "Making Initial Settings" to make settings. Handset powers off.
  • Page 16: Making Initial Settings

    Making Initial Settings DON'T COPY When powering on the first time, an initial settings wizard appears for optionally making Wi-Fi, Google™ account, and other settings. Follow onscreen instructions to set items. Making Initial Settings Select language then START ・ Tap NEXT to copy data from another mobile with Google account settings.
  • Page 17 Follow onscreen instructions to set screen lock DONE FOR NOW ・ To not set a screen lock, Tap SKIP Settings are complete. ・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen instructions. Follow onscreen instructions to set Google Assistant ・ To not set Google Assistant, Tap No Thanks Follow onscreen instructions to add Google Pay™...
  • Page 18: Using A Google Account

    Using a Google Account Google Use a Google account and get more convenience with Google services. A Google account is required to use some services or fully use some applications. Google Account Cautions Be careful not to forget your Google account mail address or password.
  • Page 19 Enter date of birth and gender Next Yes, I'm in Create a different Gmail address I agree A Google account is created. Enter username (mail address) Next Next Enter password Enter password again (for confirmation) Next Set Google services ACCEPT Account is created.
  • Page 20 Logging In with a Google Account In window for add a Google Account, enter mail address Next In Home Screen, (Settings) Enter password Next Accounts Follow onscreen prompts Add account You are signed in to your Google Account. Google Window for adding a Google account opens.
  • Page 21: Unlocking Screen

    Unlocking Screen Unlocking Screen Screen Lock When screen is locked, Power Key After a period of inactivity, Display turns off to save battery power (screen lock active). Screen lock prevents accidental Touchscreen operation. Lock screen appears. ・To activate screen lock manually, Press Power Key when Flick Display is turned on.
  • Page 23: Basic Operations

    Basic Operations Basic Operation..............22 Manner Mode..............22 Using Vibration/Mute............24 Airplane Mode..............25 Updating Software............26...
  • Page 24: Basic Operation

    Basic Operation Manner Mode Mute ringtones and other handset sounds to avoid disturbing Selecting Options and Navigating others around you. Screens Manner Mode Cautions Tap items, icons, onscreen keys, etc. to open assigned items. Shutter sound when shooting still images, video recording ・...
  • Page 25 Using Manner Mode (Silent) Manner mode In Home Screen, (Settings) Select manner mode Sound Manner mode Manner mode Handset is in Manner mode. Manner mode...
  • Page 26: Using Vibration/Mute

    Using Vibration/Mute Select manner mode Mute ringtones for arriving calls, new mail, etc. to avoid disturbing others around you. Using Vibration Press Volume Up/Volume Down Key Manner mode (Silent) Volume bar appears. Handset is in Manner mode (silent). Icon changes to , and handset vibrates for arriving calls, new mail, etc.
  • Page 27: Airplane Mode

    Airplane Mode Using Mute Disable all functions that emit signals. Handset remains powered on. Press Volume Up/Volume Down Key Using Airplane Mode Power Key (Long Press) Volume bar appears. Airplane mode It is not set. Icon changes to , and handset vibrates for arriving calls, new mail, etc.
  • Page 28: Updating Software

    Updating Software System Check whether updates are required via the Internet, and update as required. Before Updating Software Saved data may be lost depending on condition of handset (malfunctioning, damaged, water seepage, etc.). It is recommended that you back up important data before updating software.
  • Page 29: Touchscreen & Text Entry

    Touchscreen & Text Entry Using Touchscreen............28 Text Entry.................29...
  • Page 30: Using Touchscreen

    Using Touchscreen Pinch/Spread Handset uses a touchscreen-type Display. Operate with your Contact Display lightly, then close/widen fingers. fingers on Display. Contact Display lightly and briefly. Touch & Hold Contact Display lightly; release finger when screen changes. Drag Touch icon or other item lightly, move it where desired, and release finger.
  • Page 31: Text Entry

    Text Entry Switching Keyboards Keyboards In a text entry window, Use onscreen keyboards for text entry. ・ Tap Text entry field for keyboard. To hide it, Tap ・Text entry descriptions are for Google Keyboard (default input method). Enabling One-Handed Mode Shrink onscreen keyboard for easier one-handed operation;...
  • Page 33: Handset Interface

    Handset Interface Handset Screens............... 32 Status Bar................. 34 Using Notifications Window..........35 Using Quick Settings............35...
  • Page 34: Handset Screens

    Handset Screens Navigation Bar Tap, Drag, or Flick icons on Navigation Bar (Display bottom) Home Screen Layout for the following functions/operations. Icon Description Status Bar Tap to return to previous screen. Appears Drag down for Notifications Window. Drag Notifications for onscreen keyboard; (Back) Window down to open Quick Settings.
  • Page 35 Switching Navigation Bar Activation Swipe up on Home button Switch Navigation Bar activation and how to list recently used applications. In Home Screen, (Settings) Navigation Bar activation switches. ・ Tap Swipe up on Home button to toggle on ( )/off ・...
  • Page 36: Status Bar

    Status Bar Main Status Indicators Status Bar appears at the top of Display. Notification Status Indicators appearing in Status Bar include the Indicators for new mail, etc. and Status Indicators for handset following. appear here. Indicator Description Status Bar Layout Bluetooth Connected ®...
  • Page 37: Using Notifications Window

    Using Notifications Window Using Quick Settings Drag Status Bar down to open Notifications Window. Open Drag Notifications Window down to access Quick Settings. Tap Notification Indicators to check details. icons to toggle functions on/off, etc. Opening Notifications Window Opening Quick Settings Drag Status Bar down Drag Status Bar down Notifications Window opens.
  • Page 38 Quick Settings Layout Adjust brightness Toggle Wi-Fi on/off Toggle Location on/off Toggle Auto-rotate screen on/off Toggle Clear Font on/off Open Loupe magnifier Toggle mobile data on/off Toggle Wi-Fi hotspot on/off Toggle Phone memo on/off Toggle Bluetooth function on/off ® Turn Flashlight on/off Toggle Manner mode on/off Toggle Blue Light Cut mode on/off Toggle Airplane mode on/off...
  • Page 39: Phone

    Phone Placing/Answering Calls........... 38 Optional Services..............40 Phone Number..............46 Using Contacts..............46...
  • Page 40: Placing/Answering Calls

    Placing/Answering Calls Placing Calls How to dial directly to make a call and answer a call, as well as options when a call is arriving/during a call are described. In Home Screen, Phone Function Emergency Location Report Making emergency calls (110, 119 or 118) automatically reports handset location to corresponding agency (police, etc.).
  • Page 41 Answering Calls To end call, Flick up when call is arriving Call ends. Calling the Emergency Number When the Call begins. Phone's Screen is Locked In lock screen, Flick up Emergency Enter number To end call, for emergency service ・Available if Security unlock preference is setting other than None Touch/Swipe...
  • Page 42: Optional Services

    Optional Services In-Call Screen Layout/In-Call Operations Optional Services The following optional services are available. Service Description Call Divert calls to a preset number when out forwarding of service area or unable to answer. Divert calls to a Voicemail Center to take Voicemail messages when out of service area or Show name (number) of other party...
  • Page 43 Using Call Forwarding Voice Mail / Call Forwarding Call Forwarding ON In Home Screen, Ring Time Tap ring time Settings Calls Telephone Number of Forwarding Destination phone number entry field Enter forwarding number REGISTER Call service settings Call Service Setting window opens. CONFIRM Voice Mail / Call Forwarding Call Forwarding is set.
  • Page 44 Using Voicemail Voice Mail / Call Forwarding Voice Mail ON In Home Screen, Ring Time Tap ring time Settings Calls CONFIRM Call service settings Voicemail is set. ・ appears in Status Bar for new message. Drag Status Bar Call Service Setting window opens. down and Tap Answering Machine notification, then follow the voice prompts.
  • Page 45 Using Call Waiting for "Call Waiting" ( Requires separate subscription. In Home Screen, Call Waiting is set. ・ Tap to toggle on ( )/ off ( ・When call arrives during another call, tone sounds. Flick up to begin call. Settings Calls Call service settings Call Service Setting window opens.
  • Page 46 Using Group Calling Using Caller ID Notification Requires separate subscription. In Home Screen, During a call, Add call Settings Calls Call window opens. Enter number Call Settings open. Additional settings When call connects, Merge Caller ID Hide number Show number Group Calling starts.
  • Page 47 Using Call Barring Tap outgoing/incoming restriction Restrict outgoing calls to specific numbers. ・When attempting to place call while outgoing calls are restricted, a message appears. Message may take time to appear in some areas. In Home Screen, Call Barring is set. Settings Calls Call service settings...
  • Page 48: Phone Number

    Phone Number Using Contacts Save phone numbers, mail addresses, etc. to Contacts. Checking Your Phone Number Contacts Cautions Information saved in Contacts may be lost or changed if In Home Screen, (Settings) Battery is left uncharged. Accident or malfunction may also cause loss or change to information.
  • Page 49 Set items SAVE Contact is saved.
  • Page 51: Messaging

    Messaging +Message (+メッセージ (+Message))......50 Using Gmail............... 51...
  • Page 52: Message (+メッセージ (+Message))

    +Message (+メッセージ (+Message)) Tap recipient Sending New Messages In Home Screen, Message window opens. ・To send to a number/mail address not saved in contacts, tap destination entry field at the top of the display Enter number/mail address and write a message. Tap message entry field Enter message Message is sent.
  • Page 53: Using Gmail

    Using Gmail Enter recipient/subject/mail text Gmail is Google's webmail service. Use this service to exchange email. Creating/Sending Mail In Home Screen, (Google) (Gmail) Mail is sent. Operations when Composing Mail Adding Cc/Bcc In mail composition window, in To field Enter recipient Mail list opens.
  • Page 55: Internet

    Internet Using Chrome..............54...
  • Page 56: Using Chrome

    Using Chrome Enter words to search and URLs Use Chrome simply by entering words to search and URLs. TLS (Transport Layer Security) is a protocol for encrypting sent/received data. While in a screen connected by TLS, data is encrypted to safely send/receive private information, credit card numbers, corporate secrets, etc., and provide protection against online threats (eavesdropping, falsification, impersonation, etc.).
  • Page 57 Bookmark Operations Adding Bookmarks Editing Bookmarks In Chrome, Bookmarks Touch & Hold target In Home Screen, bookmark Edit items Deleting Bookmarks In Chrome, Bookmarks Touch & Hold target bookmark Chrome opens. ・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen instructions. Show Web page to add Current Web page is added to Bookmarks.
  • Page 59: Camera

    Camera Capturing Still Images/Videos......... 58 Viewing Captured Still Images/Videos (Photos).....59...
  • Page 60: Capturing Still Images/Videos

    Capturing Still Images/Videos Capturing Still Images Capturing Still Images/Videos In Home Screen, File Format for Still Images File format for still images is JPEG. File Format for Videos File format for videos is MP4. Camera Cautions Still Image/Video Viewfinder appears. If Lens Becomes Dirty ・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen instructions.
  • Page 61: Viewing Captured Still Images/Videos (Photos)

    Viewing Captured Still Images/ Capturing Videos Videos (Photos) View still images/videos saved to internal storage, SD Card, In Home Screen, and Google online storage. Viewing while logged in to your Google account is explained here. Showing Still Images/Videos Show captured or downloaded still images and videos. Type File Format Still image...
  • Page 63: Application Basics

    Application Basics Applications...............62 Adding/Deleting Application..........63...
  • Page 64: Applications

    Applications Other Ways to Set Required Permissions for Applications Setting Required Permissions for Setting Functions to Use for Each Application Applications In Home Screen, (Settings) Apps & notifications See all XX apps Tap application Set the operation of applications when activating for the name Permissions Tap function...
  • Page 65: Adding/Deleting Application

    Adding/Deleting Application INSTALL Download a variety of applications (free/paid) from Google Play. Change the setting of downloaded applications to enable manual or automatic updates. Log in to your Google account beforehand. Installing Applications Many different kinds of applications can be installed on handset from Google Play (provided by Google Inc.).
  • Page 66 Purchasing Paid Applications Enter password for Google account VERIFY In Home Screen, (Play Store) CONTINUE Google Play appears. ・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen instructions. Tap paid application Application is downloaded and installed. Purchased Applications Payment Pay only once. Redownloads of uninstalled applications are free of charge.
  • Page 67 Updating Applications In Home Screen, (Play Store) Google Play appears. ・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen instructions. My apps & games Tap application to update UPDATE The application is downloaded and installed. ・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen instructions. Setting Application Updates Setting Automatic Application Updates In Google Play, Settings...
  • Page 69: Wi-Fi/Bluetooth

    Wi-Fi/Bluetooth ® Connecting by Wi-Fi............68 Using Bluetooth Function..........69 ®...
  • Page 70: Connecting By Wi-Fi

    Connecting by Wi-Fi Use Wi-Fi Handset supports Wi-Fi (wireless LAN). Access the Internet via a household Wi-Fi connection environment. Automatic Updates for Optimizing Wi- Fi Connection While using Wi-Fi, updates for optimizing connection may be received or applied automatically. Connecting Selected Access Points Wi-Fi is enabled.
  • Page 71: Using Bluetooth ® Function

    Using Bluetooth Function ® Connect to a Bluetooth -capable wireless phone, etc. for calls ® or to a hands-free device such as a headset. Hints Cannot use Bluetooth ® Is handset in Airplane mode? If in Airplane mode, Bluetooth function is disabled. Bluetooth function ®...
  • Page 73 Handset Settings Handset Settings.............. 72 Data Usage Settings............73 Battery Settings...............74 Display & Wallpaper Settings..........74 Sound Settings..............75 Security & Location Settings.......... 75 System Settings..............78 Other Settings..............79...
  • Page 74: Handset Settings

    Handset Settings In Home Screen, (Settings) The User Guide describes main setting options. Items that appear and arrangement depend on current settings, etc. Handset Settings Customize operation of handset functions. Handset settings include the following items. ・Tap search bar at top of Display to search for items in settings menu.
  • Page 75: Data Usage Settings

    Data Usage Settings Data usage Check mobile data traffic (per month) and set limit. Data usage is only as tracked by handset, and may differ from actual data usage statement. Data Usage Operations Setting Data Saver In Home Screen, (Settings) Network &...
  • Page 76: Battery Settings

    Battery Settings Display & Wallpaper Settings Check Battery usage and make settings to reduce Battery Set Display brightness, wallpaper, etc. consumption. Display & Wallpaper Settings Battery Settings Settable items are the following. Settable items are the following. Item Description Item Description Brightness Set brightness of Display.
  • Page 77: Sound Settings

    Sound Settings Security & Location Settings Make ringtone, operation tones, and other sound settings. Make security settings including method for unlocking screen and Operation Password as well as location. Sound Settings Security and Location Operations Settable items are the following. Setting Screen Not to Lock Item Description...
  • Page 78 Enabling SIM PIN ・Show passwords Set whether characters are visible as password is entered. When PIN is enabled, a window for entering PIN appears to ・Device admin apps allow handset use each time handset is powered on with SIM Set whether to enable device Card installed.
  • Page 79 PIN Cautions Changing SIM PIN Entering incorrect PIN three consecutive times activates First enable SIM PIN to change PIN. PIN Lock. To cancel, Personal Unblocking Key (PUK) is required; contact Customer Service. Entering incorrect PUK ten consecutive times locks SIM Card, disabling handset. In Home Screen, (Settings) For recovery, SIM Card must be reissued at a SoftBank...
  • Page 80: System Settings

    System Settings Checking Emergency Information Check and make settings for language, text entry, date and In lock screen, Flick Emergency time, data backup, default reset, and handset information. EMERGENCY INFORMATION two times ・Available if Security unlock preference is setting other System Settings than None...
  • Page 81: Other Settings

    Other Settings Apps & Notifications Make application and notification settings. Settable items are Network & Internet the following. Make settings for Wi-Fi, mobile network, data usage, etc. Item Description Settable items are the following. See all XX Check and make settings for installed apps applications.
  • Page 82 Storage Accessibility Check handset and SD Card storage space. Also perform SD Set captions, magnification gestures, and other useful Card mount and erase SD Card data. Settable items are the accessibility functions. Settable items are the following. following. Item Description ・Available items vary depending on SD Card and USB drive status.
  • Page 83 Useful Tools Google Set useful functions such as Pedometer, Keep lit when held, Make settings for Google services together at the same time. and Assistant key. Settable items are the following. Settable items are the following. Item Description Item Description Detect a USB Google Detect a USB device connected to handset.
  • Page 85: Global Services

    Global Services Global Roaming..............84 Making Calls while Abroad..........85...
  • Page 86: Global Roaming

    Global Roaming Changing Data Roaming Setting Handset is Global roaming Service eligible. Use the same Change setting for data communication outside Japan. handset number outside Japan. Handset connects to an appropriate mobile provider automatically by default. In Home Screen, (Settings) Network &...
  • Page 87: Making Calls While Abroad

    Making Calls while Abroad Tap dialpad to enter other party's number See SoftBank Website to learn about roaming areas/services, etc. https://www.softbank.jp/en/mobile/service/global/ Setting Whether to Use Abroad Assistant In Home Screen, Settings Calls Dial assist Dial Assistant Function ・ Tap Dial Assistant Function to toggle on ( )/off ・Do not add + before number.
  • Page 88 Calls to Landline Phones/Cell Phones in Country of Stay Call To Local Number In Home Screen, CALL Phone opens. Handset dials number. Call begins when other party answers. Call window opens. Tap dialpad to enter other party's number ・Do not add + before number.
  • Page 89 International Calls to Countries Other than Japan from Abroad Add Country Code In Home Screen, Tap country code Phone opens. CALL Call window opens. Tap dialpad to enter other party's number Handset dials number. Call begins when other party answers. ・Do not add + before number.
  • Page 91: Warranty/Specifications/Customer Services

    Warranty/Specifications/ Customer Services Warranty & After-Sales Service........90 Specifications..............90 Customer Service.............. 91...
  • Page 92: Warranty & After-Sales Service

    Warranty & After-Sales Service Specifications Warranty Handset ・The warranty period is 1 year from the date of newly Item Description purchase. Dimensions (W ・Repairs will be done based on terms of free repair service. Approx. 149 x 72 x 8.8 mm x H x D) Terms of free repair service is referred to SoftBank website.
  • Page 93: Customer Service

    Customer Service For SoftBank handset or service information, call General Information. For repairs, call Customer Assistance. SoftBank Customer Support ・From a SoftBank handset, dial toll free at 157 ・From a landline/IP phone, dial toll free at 0800-919-0157 ・Business hours : 9:00 am - 8:00 pm Smartphone Technical Support Center ・From a SoftBank handset, dial toll free at 151 ・From a landline/IP phone, dial toll free at 0800-1700-151...
  • Page 95 Safety Precautions Safety Precautions............94 Materials................103 Handset & Hardware Care..........104 Bluetooth Function............106 ® Wi-Fi (Wireless LAN)............107 Water, Dust, and Shock Resistance......108 Export Control Regulations........... 110 Intellectual Property Rights..........111 Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) for This Product..112...
  • Page 96: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions Handset, Charger, SIM Card, SIM Removal Pin (Common) Read Safety Precautions before using handset. Observe precautions to avoid injury to self or others, or damage to property. Safety Precautions Do not use, store, or leave where heat reaches These indications show degree of risk from improper use.
  • Page 97 Do not apply excessive force to or break Do not allow water or other liquid (drinking handset. Particularly when carrying handset in water, sweat, seawater, pet urine) in charging your clothes pocket, do not bump it or place it terminal or external device port. between objects.
  • Page 98 Stop charging if charging does not complete within a prescribed charging time. Do not drop, step on, throw, or otherwise subject to strong force, impact, or vibration. Overcharging may cause fire, burns, injury, etc. May cause fire, burns, injury, electric shock, etc. Always power off handset or stop charging before entering anywhere flammable gas or Do not allow anything conductive (metal, pencil...
  • Page 99 Handset temperature may become high when used continuously or while charging. Avoid Do not use damaged equipment. unintentional continued contact with handset May cause fire, burns, injury, etc. for a long time such as by placing handset in clothes pocket, falling asleep, etc. Handset or Charger may become hot after continued use of applications, call functions, data communication, video Do not place on unstable surface (wobbling...
  • Page 100 Handset Do not light or cause Mobile Light to flash close to other people's eyes. In particular, keep adequate distance from infants. Do not throw handset into a fire or apply heat. May cause vision impairment. May temporarily blind or startle, and cause injury or other accident.
  • Page 101 For use at a hospital, follow the instructions If Display or Camera lens breaks, be careful of the institution. with shards of broken glass and exposed handset parts. Power off handset where its use is prohibited. Handset radio waves may affect electronic devices or other Touching broken or exposed parts may cause burns, injury, electronic medical equipment.
  • Page 102 Handset may become hot while using Camera, Wi-Fi, etc. Do not allow prolonged and direct Do not swing handset by strap. skin contact or cover with paper, a textile, May cause injury or other accident. bedding, etc. May cause burns, malfunction, ignition, or fire. Before using the motion sensor, ensure your safety around you, hold handset firmly, and do Before using handset in a car, check with...
  • Page 103 Charger Do not touch Charger cord, charging terminal, or power plug with wet hands. May cause fire, burns, electric shock, etc. Do not use Charger if cord is damaged. May cause fire, burns, electric shock, etc. Use with specified power supply and voltage. Also, use AC Charger for global use when charging abroad.
  • Page 104 SIM Card Insert or remove the connector of Charger without bending or applying force such as pulling cord. Incorrect insertion or removal may cause fire, burns, injury, When handling SIM Card, be careful not to hurt electric shock, etc. yourself (fingers, etc.) on cut edges. Cut edges may be sharp and cause injury.
  • Page 105: Materials

    Materials Handset Use & Electronic Medical Equipment arrows U Parts Materials Used/Surface Finish Display Panel Tempered glass/AF coating Exterior Case Persons with an implanted pacemaker or PA-GF plastic/UV cured acrylic coating (side) defibrillator should carry handset at least 15 cm away from the implant.
  • Page 106: Handset & Hardware Care

    Handset & Hardware Care Handset ・Handset is certified as conforming to technical standards Handset, SIM Card, AC Charger (Sold for specified wireless equipment based on the Radio Law. To Separately), Optional Accessories show the mark of technical conformity: (Common) In Home Screen, (Settings) System Advanced...
  • Page 107 ・Place your ear on center of Speaker for best reception. Ears Camera can block Speaker and make sound inaudible. ・Handset is designed not to easily be disassembled. Modifying ・Mind etiquette when using Camera. handset is prohibited by the Radio Law. ・Do not expose Camera Lens to direct sunlight.
  • Page 108: Bluetooth ® Function

    Bluetooth Function ® SIM Card Handset is equipped with Bluetooth -compliant security ® ・SIM Card is lent to you from SoftBank. It is replaced at features for communication via Bluetooth . However, these ® cost in case of loss or if damaged. Bring old SIM Card (after may be inadequate depending on settings.
  • Page 109: Wi-Fi (Wireless Lan)

    Wi-Fi (Wireless LAN) Usage Precautions 2.4 GHz Devices A wireless LAN (WLAN) exchanges information using radio WLAN devices use the same frequency band used by household waves, and allows you to freely establish a LAN connection appliances such as microwave ovens and industrial, scientific, if you are within an area where radio waves reach.
  • Page 110: Water, Dust, And Shock Resistance

    Water, Dust, and Shock Resistance Usage Precautions Handset has IPX5* and IPX8* water resistance, as well Avoid doing the following. as IP6X* dust resistance on the condition that Slot Cap is <Examples> securely attached. Also, handset comprises a shock-resistant ・Exposing to soap / detergent / bath powder structure that has passed testing* in accordance with US MIL ・Washing with a brush / sponge...
  • Page 111 Maintaining Water/Dust Resistance Draining Water To prevent water or dust intrusion, be sure to observe the If handset has gotten wet, water may still seep out later following. after wiping off; drain water as follows. ・To install/remove SIM Card or SD Card, push tip of SIM Removal Pin in hole in Slot Cap, and then pull out ejected Slot Cap straight without bending.
  • Page 112: Export Control Regulations

    Export Control Regulations Wipe off any water draining from handset with a dry, clean cloth and let dry Export Control Regulations Water is drained. This product and its accessories may be subject to Japanese ・Water remaining in handset may seep out after wiping off. export control regulations ("Foreign Exchange and Foreign ・Do not wipe away remaining water in gaps directly with a Trade Control Act"...
  • Page 113: Intellectual Property Rights

    Bluetooth SIG, INC. and any use of such marks by Independent JPEG Group. Fujitsu Connected Technologies Ltd. is under license. Other ・FeliCa is a contactless IC card technology developed by Sony trademarks and names are those of their respective owners.
  • Page 114: Specific Absorption Rate (Sar) For This Product

    Hereby, Fujitsu Connected Technologies Ltd declares that * The technical regulations are provided in Article 14-2 of the the radio equipment type 【arrows U】 is in compliance with Ministry Ordinance Regulating Radio Equipment. Directive 2014/53/EU. The full text of the EU declaration...
  • Page 115 5470-5725MHz / 12.0 dBm 802.11ac) Bluetooth 2400-2483.5MHz / 10.5 dBm (Bluetooth) RFID (NFC) 13.56MHz/-19 dBμA/m at 10m The manufacturer of this product is Fujitsu Connected Technologies Ltd. with its registered place of business at Chuorinkan 7-10-1 Yamato, Kanagawa 242-0007, Japan.
  • Page 116 FCC RF Exposure Information Your handset is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed the emission limits for exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy set by the Federal Communications Commission of the U.S. Government. The guidelines are based on standards that were developed by independent scientific organization through periodic and thorough evaluation of scientific studies.
  • Page 117 A About the User Guide............3 Adding/Deleting Application..........63 Airplane Mode..............25 Applications...............62 B arrows U User Guide Index Basic Operation..............22 Battery Settings...............74 Bluetooth Function............106 ® C Capturing Still Images/Videos......... 58 Charging Battery.............. 12 Connecting by Wi-Fi............68 Customer Service.............. 91 D...
  • Page 118 P Parts & Functions.............. 6 Phone Number..............46 Photos................59 Placing/Answering Calls........... 38 +メッセージ (+Message)..........50 +Message (+メッセージ (+Message))......50 Power On/Off..............13 S Safety Precautions............94 SAR...................112 SD Card................9 Security & Location Settings.......... 75 SIM Card................7 Sound Settings..............75 Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) for This Product..112 Specifications..............90 Status Bar.................
  • Page 120 U User Guide July 2019, First Edition SoftBank Corp. Visit SoftBank Shop for assistance Model : arrows U Manufacturer : FUJITSU CONNECTED TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED...