The Doro 6030 is one of the few 4G LTE voice phones you can still buy. With HD Voice, it delivers a significant leap in voice quality when calling other phones on the AT&T physical network, and it has a very good keypad. It’s all the phone you need if all you want to do is make calls. The Doro 6030 is great for hearing impaired people, having good amplification capabilities.
Getting the most out of your Doro phone requires understanding how to use it. That’s where having the owner’s manual comes in handy. With proper usage, there is less risk of damage, and you’ll learn how to get the most out of it.
Please read and save the entire manual before setting up or using your 6030. Misuse may damage the unit and/or cause harm or serious injury. Download the manual and save it for future reference.
|Seniors features||Minimal features and performance|
|Inexpensive||No Wi-Fi or USB|
|Keyboard designed for easy-to-use||The camera is only 0.3 MP|
|Very simple interface|
The screen is nice and large for a mobile phone, so text messages are clearly seen. For seniors, some special features are beneficial to have. They make living your golden years more convenient. The emergency button, HD voice output, and easy interface are among these useful features.
- Visual ring indicator
- Assistance button
- Backlit keypad
- Key tones
- 4 one-touch speed dials
- Phonebook: 100 names and numbers
- Receive and send SMS/MMS
- Predictive text
- Startup wizard – a great feature that guides you through the phone menu and functions
- 9 polyphonic ringtones
- Vibrating ringer
- Camera 0.3 Megapixel
- Hearing Aid Compatibility Rating T4/M4
Doro 6030 Specifications
- Resolution display: 320*240
- Colour display
- Optional display modes for optimized for visually impaired users
- Display size: 2.4″ – 49*36mm
- Handset size: 100*53*18mm
- Weight: 94g
- Battery included: 800mAh-Li-ion
- Talk time: up to 8 hours
- Standby time: up to 530 hours
- Universal charging solution
- GSM: 900/1800/1900
- Bluetooth 3.0
The Doro 6030 is a clamshell cellphone designed for seniors. It features large buttons and a clear display, making it easy to use. It also includes a built-in flashlight and an emergency button that can be used to call for help. To use the Doro 6030, first make sure that the battery is charged. Then, open the phone by pressing the release button on the side. Next, use the arrow keys to navigate through the menu. To make a call, press the green call button. To end a call, press the red end call button. The Doro 6030 is a great choice for seniors who are looking for an easy-to-use cellphone.