The Handset Series 6xx are the native handsets for the Mitel SIP-DECT Infrastructure.
There are currently the following models:
|Handsetname||Color display||Vibration motor||Bluetooth||proprietarySD slot||USB port||IP65||CATiq||Latest firmware||HW revision||End of sale||end of support|
It is currently unclear to me if there any other hardware revisions out there.
Maybe all handsets support enabling a test mode for testing the receive strength of up to 4 dect base stations.
It is also possible to display all surrounding dect base stations in firmware 7.4.5.
Handsets with the 7.4.5 firmware can be switched into a test/trace mode. The default menu structure will be replaced with a menu structure suitable for testing and measurement.
The phone can be charged (slowly) with power through the usb port.
The USB-Port can be used to transfer the phonebook or update the firmware.
The SD card needs to be specially formatted by Mitel. It contains a new DECT portable part identifier. The SD card will be used by the phone to store all configuration and user data including the identifier on the sd card.
Anyone out there with an image of such an sd card?
The firmware can be updated by using the USB port or by update over-the-air.