Which mobile phones can be connected to the I-Series or I-Series+?
The Tobii I-Series sug2pports a Bluetooth standard called MAP (Message Access Profile) used by e.g. the automobile industry. You will find that a broad range of modern phones easily can be connected to Tobii Communicator 4.8 or later on your Tobii I-Series* if they follow the MAP specifications. However, some might not be able to fully use speech in phone calls, send or receive text messages. After connecting, Tobii Communicator will tell you if your phone supports all or only some features.
The following phones are specifically tested by Tobii and known to fully support all mobile communication features of Tobii Communicator and the I-Series:
- Google Pixel G-2PW4100 Verizon
- Samsung Galaxy S7 Verizon (SMG930VZKA)
- Samsung Galaxy S4 (GT-I9506)
- Samsung Galaxy S5 (SM-G900F)
- Sony Xperia Z3 Compact D5803
- Samsung Galaxy J1 (SM-J100H)
- Samsung Galaxy A3 (SM-A300FU)
- Motorola Gen3 (XT1541)
- Cat S30
- Doro Liberto 825
Tobii is aiming to update this list with popular phones carefully choose the phones to have a variety from all prize ranges and full availability in most markets.
Previously Supported Phones which are no longer fully compatible:
- Samsung Galaxy SIII (Verizon) Pebble Blue (SCH-I535)
- Samsung Galaxy S3 Neo+ (GT-I9301I)
- Samsung Galaxy S6 (Verizon) (SM-G920V)
The following phones have been reported as not or not fully compatible with the MAP bluetooth standard used in the Tobii I-Series:
- Blackberry 9800
- Blackberry Pearl 9100
- HTC Incredible S
- IPhone 4
- IPhone 5
- Motorola Razr XT910
- Motorola Defy
- Motorola Droid 4
- Nokia 701
- Nokia C5 00
- Nokia E75
- Nokia Lumia
- Samsung Galaxy S4 SGH-I337
- Samsung Wave II
* to connect a mobile phone to your Tobii I-Series, you need Tobii Communicator 4.8 or later. Radio-free versions of the I-Series (as sold in Argentina, Brazil, China and Japan) can not connect via bluetooth.
** we test the international versions of the recommended phones. There are local versions or mobile carier specific versions (e.g. the Samsung Galaxy S3 from Verizon in the US) available that might not fully support MAP.