JP2011030254A - Mobile phone, and display control method and program - Google Patents

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JP2011030254A
JP2011030254A JP2010209912A JP2010209912A JP2011030254A JP 2011030254 A JP2011030254 A JP 2011030254A JP 2010209912 A JP2010209912 A JP 2010209912A JP 2010209912 A JP2010209912 A JP 2010209912A JP 2011030254 A JP2011030254 A JP 2011030254A
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A cellular phone, a display control method, and a display capable of pasting an icon corresponding to a text or a function execution target while ensuring user visibility and operability on a standard display screen It is to provide a control program.
When an image desired by a user is displayed as a standby screen, an icon associated with a text or a function is displayed so as to be superimposed on the standby screen. When a key operation for terminating communication by the communication means is performed in a state where the icon is displayed on the standby screen, the standby screen switches the icon to the non-display state while maintaining the same image display.
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  The present invention relates to a mobile phone that allows a user to designate a favorite image on a standby screen, such as a mobile phone.

  With the recent enhancement of mobile phone functions, mobile phones store and manage a large amount of data through e-mail transmission / reception using a mobile phone and browsing of web pages. Through such processing, the mobile phone handles a large amount of data.

  For example, a wireless connection from a mobile phone to a base station (BS), a packet control device and a packet gateway that converts the IP address and mobile phone number from the base station, the WWW (World Wide) on the Internet. Web) A large amount of data (text data, image data, voice data, etc.) is taken into a mobile phone by data communication such as access to a server and use of e-mail.

  Even when the above-described wireless communication is not performed, various types of data are taken into the mobile phone by executing application functions such as text input from the user to the mobile phone and camera shooting attached to the mobile phone.

  As described above, the function of extracting only necessary information from a large amount of data taken into a mobile phone every day and preventing the user from forgetting the extracted necessary information is multi-functional. This has become very important for recent mobile phones that handle large amounts of information.

  Various proposals have been made for mobile phones having such functions (see, for example, Patent Document 1).

JP 2001-101098 A

  By the way, in a conventional mobile phone, a memo with text is pasted on a standard screen (a screen during non-call when the mobile phone is turned on, a so-called standby screen) so that the user does not forget information. However, there was a problem that visibility was lost due to the presence of a memo on the standard screen of the mobile phone.

  In view of the above problems, an object of the present invention is to provide a mobile phone capable of pasting an icon corresponding to a text or a function execution target while ensuring user operability on a standby screen, A display control method and a display control program are provided.

  In order to achieve the above object, according to a first aspect of the present invention, a communication means, a display means for displaying a user-desired image as a standby screen, and the standby screen displayed on the display means. And a control means for controlling the display means so as to display an icon associated with each text or function superimposed on the standby screen, and the control means includes the control means on the standby screen. When a key operation for ending communication by the communication means is performed in a state where any one of the plurality of icons is displayed, the standby screen switches the icon to a non-display state while maintaining the same image display. It is characterized by that.

  Preferably, the display means causes the control screen to display the same image when a key operation for input of any of up, down, left and right is performed in a state where the icon is not displayed on the standby screen. Switching to a state in which the icon is displayed while the display is maintained is characterized.

  Preferably, the display means can display text associated with the icon together with the icon when the icon is displayed on the standby screen.

  More preferably, the display means displays a predetermined number of characters of the text when the text is displayed together with a corresponding icon, and displays the text when the icon is selected and determined. It is characterized by making a transition to.

  Preferably, address information is associated with the icon, and when the control unit selects an icon associated with the address information and performs a call operation, a call using the address information is performed. The display means is shifted to a screen for performing the above.

  More preferably, the control means displays the plurality of icons superimposed on the standby screen without overlapping the images indicating the radio wave state and the battery state.

  Preferably, the control means displays a plurality of the icons superimposed on the standby screen, and performs an input key operation of either up, down, left, or right while any icon is selected. The standby screen is in a state where an icon different from the selected icon is selected while maintaining the display of the same image.

  Preferably, the control means displays a plurality of the icons superimposed on the standby screen, and switches to a screen related to the corresponding text or function when any of the plurality of icons is selected and executed. When a predetermined operation different from the execution operation is performed in a state where any of the plurality of icons is selected, a submenu relating to the arrangement of the icons is displayed to change the registered position and delete the icon. It is possible to make it possible.

  More preferably, the control means switches to a state in which the icon is displayed when a predetermined time elapses after no icon is displayed on the standby screen.

  According to a second aspect of the present invention, there is provided a display control method in a mobile phone including a communication unit and a display unit, and displaying a user desired image as a standby screen on the display unit; The step of displaying an icon associated with each text or function superimposed on the standby screen, and the communication by the communication means is terminated while any of the icons is displayed on the standby screen. When the key operation is performed, the standby screen includes a step of switching the icon to a non-display state while maintaining the display of the same image.

  According to a third aspect of the present invention, there is provided a display control program for causing a control unit of a mobile phone including a communication unit and a display unit to perform display control, wherein a user desired image is displayed on a standby screen. A step of controlling the display means to display as, a step of controlling the display means to display an icon associated with a text or a function superimposed on the standby screen, and on the standby screen When a key operation for terminating communication by the communication means is performed in a state where any of the icons is displayed, the standby screen keeps the same image from being displayed while the icon is not displayed. Controlling the display means to switch.

  According to the present invention, an icon corresponding to a text or a function execution target can be pasted on a screen while ensuring user operability, so as not to affect visibility as much as possible. There are advantages you can do.

It is the figure which illustrated an example of the external appearance of the mobile telephone which concerns on embodiment. 1 is a diagram illustrating an example of a system configuration of a mobile phone according to an embodiment. It is a flowchart which shows an example of the registration operation | movement of the sticking memo of the mobile telephone which concerns on embodiment. It is a figure which shows an example of operation | movement of the display part in registration of the sticking memo of the mobile telephone which concerns on embodiment. It is a figure which shows an example of operation | movement of the display part in starting of the sticking memo of the mobile telephone which concerns on embodiment. It is a figure which illustrates the execution aspect of the sticking memo of the mobile telephone which concerns on embodiment. It is a figure which shows the priority of the text displayed on the sticking memo of the mobile telephone which concerns on embodiment. It is a flowchart which shows the operation | movement at the time of displaying the sticking memo of the mobile telephone which concerns on embodiment on two screens. It is a state transition diagram of the operation of the display unit of the mobile phone according to the embodiment. It is a figure for demonstrating the operation | movement of display / non-display of the sticking memo with respect to the display part of the mobile telephone which concerns on embodiment.

First embodiment
Hereinafter, a first embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to the accompanying drawings.

  1A and 1B are external views of a mobile phone body according to the present embodiment, where FIG. 1A shows an external view in a closed state, and FIG. 1B shows an external view in an opened state. FIG. 2 is a block diagram illustrating a configuration example of main circuits of the mobile phone according to the present embodiment.

  As described above, the standard screen means a non-call screen when the mobile phone is turned on, a so-called standby screen.

  Further, the first screen according to the present invention corresponds to a screen in a state in which windows described later are arranged on the standard screen in the present embodiment.

  As shown in FIGS. 1 and 2, the cellular phone 1 includes a main body case 11, a communication unit 12 as a wireless communication unit, a voice unit 13, a display unit 14, an operation unit 15 as an input unit, and a memory 16 as a storage unit. And a control circuit 17 as a control means and a movable mechanism section 18.

  The communication unit 12 includes a transmission / reception antenna 121 and a radio circuit 122.

  The transmitting / receiving antenna 121 is built in the side of the main body case 11 where the display unit 14 is provided.

  The wireless circuit 122 modulates the voice information, ID, browsing request information of the web page data, etc., processed by the control circuit 17 and transmits it to a base station (not shown) by the antenna 121 in order to perform wireless communication using radio waves. .

  Further, the radio circuit 122 demodulates various information such as page data and audio information transmitted by radio from the base station and received by the antenna 121 and outputs the demodulated information to the control circuit 17.

  The voice processing unit 13 includes a voice processing circuit 131, and is connected to a microphone 132 that performs voice input for a call function and a speaker 133 that performs voice output.

  The sound processing circuit 131 performs predetermined processing on the sound input from the microphone 132 and supplies the processed signal to the control circuit 17.

  The audio processing circuit 131 performs predetermined processing on the audio information supplied from the control circuit 17 and outputs the audio information from the speaker 133.

  As shown in FIG. 1, the microphone 132 is disposed below the operation unit 15 of the case body 11, and the speaker 133 is disposed above the display unit 14.

  As shown in FIG. 1, the display unit 14 has a display device such as a liquid crystal display (LCD) arranged on the upper side of the case body 11, and includes a telephone number, various messages, and text input for a call function. Display notes including data.

  The display unit 14 is used as a guide display line for displaying, for example, the type of mode, the strength of radio waves, the remaining battery level, and the like for the top row.

  The display unit 14 has two types of modes, a normal mode and a power saving mode. The normal mode is a mode for displaying a standard screen, and the power saving mode is a mode in which the backlight of the display unit 14 is turned off when the operation unit 15 is not operated for a predetermined time in the state of the standard screen.

  In particular, the display unit 14 in the present embodiment is based on the control of the control circuit 17 and a plurality of windows (data display areas) of a predetermined size called pasted memos on the standard screen are standard as the first screen. It can be displayed overlaid on the background display of the screen. In the present embodiment, a window can be pasted not only on the first screen on the standard screen but also on the second screen in the same manner as the first screen. Then, two screens can be alternately displayed by pressing (operating) a predetermined key of the operation unit 15.

  In this embodiment, two types of windows are set, and a small window that displays only symbols and a large window that displays symbols and text data or a part thereof are set.

  Since these windows are displayed on the display unit 14 on the standard screen, the presence of the memo can be effectively recognized by the user.

  As shown in FIG. 1, the operation unit 15 is arranged on the lower side of the case body 11, and includes a plurality of numeric keys 15c corresponding to an end (end call) / power key 15a, a start (call) key 15b, numbers, and the like. It has up / down / left / right keys 15d, a center key 15e, and the like.

  The memory 16 as the storage means includes, for example, an EEPROM, and stores a control program for sending and receiving calls and mails, an Internet browser, message data, an address book in which names and telephone numbers are registered.

  The memory 16 further stores data (pasted memo data) corresponding to each pasted memo. For pasted memo data, for each data registered as pasted memo, in addition to link data for that data, display text data, symbol data, display flag and window display position data displayed in the window are a set. Composed.

  Here, as the display text data, various data stored in the memory 16 or a part thereof is selected by the user through the operation unit 15, and the text data included in the selected data is selected according to a predetermined priority order. This is the determined text data. However, an upper limit is set for the amount of text data displayed in each window displayed on the display unit 14, and in the present embodiment, the upper limit value is 8 characters. Therefore, the upper 8 characters of the determined text data are displayed text. It becomes data.

  The symbol data is an identification symbol set so that the user can easily identify the attribute of the memo when the pasted memo is displayed on the display unit 14, and image data and icons ( ICON) or the like.

  The display flag indicates a display mode of the pasted memo on the display unit 14.

  With this display flag, for example, when the display flag is 1, only the symbol is displayed on the display unit 14, and when the display flag is 0, the symbol and text data (or a part thereof) are displayed on the display unit 14. The control circuit 17 can control the display unit 14.

  Furthermore, it is possible to specify where text data (or a part thereof) or a symbol is displayed as a window on the display unit 14 by the window display position data. The display unit 14 is configured to be able to display, for example, a plurality of windows vertically on the standard screen, and preferentially selects a position that does not overlap the background display unit (clock display or the like) of the standard screen. Can be used.

  The control circuit 17 is mainly composed of a microcomputer and controls the entire mobile phone 1. For example, the control circuit 17 controls transmission / reception of various types of information in the communication unit 12, processes audio information for the audio processing unit 13, controls display of information on the display unit 14, and processes according to input information of the operation unit 15. And access control according to the processing to the memory 16 is performed.

  Further, based on the pasted memo data of the pasted memo data stored in the memory 16, the display unit 14 is controlled to display (pasted) the pasted memo in parallel on the standard screen.

  The movable mechanism 18 supports a part of the main body case 11 (side including the display unit 14) and the other part of the main body case 11 (side including the operation unit 15) so as to be horizontally rotatable. Thereby, for example, the display unit side of the main body case 11 can be horizontally rotated in one direction from the closed state as shown in FIG. 1A, so that it can be opened as shown in FIG. 1B. It becomes.

  Next, the operation of the mobile phone 1 in the present embodiment will be described with reference to FIGS. 3 and 4. FIG. 3 is a flowchart of the registration process of the attached memo that the mobile phone 1 has, and FIG. 4 is a diagram showing the display contents of the display unit 14 in the attached memo registration process of the mobile phone 1.

  In FIG. 3, first, the user selects data in the memory 16 (ST10). The data to be selected may be any data generated by the execution of the application, such as e-mail text data (or a part thereof), image data by a camera photographing function (not shown in FIG. 1), schedule data, and the like. Absent.

  The user selects such various data through the operation unit 15, and the selected data is taken into a buffer (not shown). Furthermore, pasted memo data is created on the memory 16 and the first 8 characters of text data “I want to go to hot springs today ...” included in the selected data (“Go to hot springs today”) It is set as display text data of pasted memo data (ST11).

The example shown in FIG. 4 shows a change in the screen of the display unit 14 when the picture diary data (image data and / or text data) selected on the screen SC10 is registered as pasted memo data.

  When data is selected for registering a pasted memo, an icon selection screen is displayed (ST12 and screen SC12). When the user selects a desired icon (symbol) (ST13), the corresponding icon is specified. The symbol data to be set is set as the symbol data of the pasted memo data (ST14).

  Next, a window selection screen is displayed (ST15 and screen SC13).

  There are two types of window selection: a small window that displays only symbols (icons) and a large window that displays symbols (icons) and text data or a part thereof.

  When the user selects a window and, as shown in the screen SC14a, designates the window display area vertically or at any position and then presses (operates) a predetermined key (ST16), the display flag corresponding to the selected window and The window display position data is set as pasted memo data (ST17).

  Thereafter, in accordance with the selected window display, the display unit 14 displays the standard screen with the pasted memo pasted (ST18).

  FIG. 4 shows the operation of the display unit 14 when the screens SC14a to SC16a select a large window display, and the operation of the display unit 14 when the screens SC14b to SC16b select a small window display.

  As is clear from FIG. 4, the large window display has an advantage that a part of the text data can be visually recognized, so that the contents of the memo can be easily recalled, and the presence of the memo is standard for the small window display. Since the visibility of the background screen is improved compared with a large window while securing it on the screen, for example, if an image that the user likes is pasted on the background screen, do not hide the image as much as possible There is an advantage that a memo can be displayed.

  By sequentially registering pasted notes as described above, the control circuit 17 sequentially arranges a plurality of windows on the display unit 14 in parallel (screens SC16a and SC16b).

  Next, FIG. 5 is a diagram illustrating the operation when starting the pasted memo registered in this way.

  In FIG. 5, when a predetermined key such as the up / down / left / right key 15d of the operation unit 15 is operated from the standard screen (standby screen) state (screen SC20), if the pasted memo is registered, the pasted memo is displayed. A list is displayed (screen SC21a), and if a pasted memo is not registered, a message indicating that the pasted memo is not registered is displayed (screen SC21b).

  In the cellular phone 1 according to the present embodiment, the attached memo can be activated in any of the closed state (FIG. 1A) and the opened state (FIG. 1B). . In the closed state (FIG. 1A), the operation unit 15 is not shown, but an operation key can be set on the side surface of the mobile phone 1.

  Further, only one pasted memo is registered on the screen SC21a of FIG. 5, but when a plurality of pasted memos are registered, the user operates a plurality of up / down / left / right keys 15d, etc. One window can be selected from the pasted memo windows.

  Then, by selecting the pasting memo window in this way and pressing (operating) a predetermined key, the submenu can be called to change the pasting position. That is, based on the user's pasted memo window position change command, the control circuit 17 updates the window display position data in the pasted memo data and causes the display unit 14 to display the new pasted position.

  It is also possible to call up a submenu by pressing (operating) a pasted memo once registered, and to delete the pasted memo from the memory 16 (delete from the memory 16).

  As described above, when a pasted memo is set on the standard screen, the pasted memo on the standard screen is selected, and a predetermined key is pressed (operated), so that it is based on the link data of the pasted memo data. Then, the control circuit 17 executes the corresponding application and causes the display unit 14 to display the execution result.

  FIG. 6 shows an example in which an application corresponding to the contents of each pasted memo is executed when the user selects each pasted memo in a state where a plurality of pasted memos are pasted on the standard screen. .

  In FIG. 6, when the user selects a pasted memo in which a text “Yukemuri” is written, for example, from a plurality of pasted memos on the standard screen, and presses a predetermined key such as the center key 15e, the control is performed. The circuit 17 executes the picture diary data stored in the memory 16 by a predetermined application based on the link data of the corresponding pasted memo data. As a result, an image of “Yukemuri” and text data are displayed on the screen.

  As described above, according to the mobile phone 1 according to the present embodiment, the display unit 14 that displays the standard screen, the operation unit 15 that includes a plurality of keys, and data that is arbitrarily extracted from the memory by the user. Control for controlling the display unit 14 so that pasted memos can be displayed in parallel in a window having a certain display area, and at least a part of text data corresponding to the extracted data is displayed on the window. A circuit 17 is provided, and when one pasted memo is selected by the user operating a predetermined key of the operation unit 15, the corresponding data is executed by the application based on the link data of the pasted memo data, and the display unit 14 to display.

  Further, the control circuit 17 is configured to control the display unit 14 on the basis of the display flag of the table data of the pasted memo that is set in two types, the size of the window and stored by user input.

Therefore,
(1) Since the user does not need to search for data by operating the keys of the operation unit 15 and the memo content is always displayed on the standard screen, the extracted data can be easily recalled.
(2) The large window display has an advantage that the contents of the memo can be easily recalled by visually recognizing a part of the text data. In the small window display, the presence of the memo is ensured on the standard screen and the background. Since the visibility of the screen is improved compared to a large window, for example, when an image that the user likes is pasted on the background screen, a memo can be displayed so as not to hide the image as much as possible. The user can select the size of the window according to the preference. Further, the user can select a small window from the viewpoint of privacy.

In addition, by associating an icon in consideration of the contents with each application data, the user can associate the contents of the data only by looking at the icon even in a small window display.
(3) By selecting a pasted memo on the standard screen, it is possible to execute the contents of the corresponding data with one action.

  In addition, various modifications are possible without departing from the above-described contents and without changing the gist of the present invention. For example, the maximum number of texts that can be displayed in the window is eight, but the text can be changed according to the size of the characters to be displayed or the size of the display unit 14.

Second embodiment
The second embodiment will be described below.

  In the example of FIG. 4 described above, based on the data created on the screen SC10, a part of the text data included in the created data (“Is going out to hot springs today”) is pasted and the display text of the memo data Although set as data, in the present embodiment, the display text data displayed in the pasted memo window is controlled based on a predetermined priority from a plurality of text data included in the registered data. Can be configured to select.

  FIG. 7 is a diagram illustrating an example of such priorities.

  7A shows items (data) that can be registered in the pasted memo, and FIG. 7B shows the priority order of the display text corresponding to the items that can be registered.

  For example, in the case of a telephone number in the address book, the text data indicating the registered name of the call destination is displayed in the window with priority over the text data of the telephone number itself. In the case of the picture diary data described with reference to FIG. 4, since there is no priority order and the comments included in the picture diary data are displayed, the first eight characters of the comment (in the example of FIG. ) Is displayed.

  The priority order is not limited to that shown in FIG. 7 and can be freely set from the viewpoint of how much the user can recall the data contents from the text data contents when displayed in the window.

  Then, based on the set priority order, the control circuit 17 registers the text data of the data selected by the user as a pasted memo or a part thereof as display text data in the pasted memo data.

  As described above, according to the mobile phone 1 according to the present embodiment, display text data to be displayed in the pasted memo window for each registration target data is selected from among a plurality of data included in the registration target data. Since selection can be made according to a predetermined priority order, it is possible to display text that makes it easier for the user to recall the contents of the data, and the user's operational comfort is improved.

Third embodiment
Hereinafter, the mobile phone 1 according to the present embodiment will be described.

  In the first and second embodiments, the pasted memo displayed on the standard screen is limited to the first screen. However, in the present embodiment, the standard screen is different from the first screen. The pasted memo can be displayed on another screen (second screen).

  In the present embodiment, display screen data is added as pasted memo data. The display screen data can be expressed by binary flag data, for example, 0: displayed on the first screen, 1: displayed on the second screen.

  Note that the second screen according to the present invention corresponds to the second screen in the present embodiment, and as described above, is a screen on which a window of a pasted memo different from the first screen on the standard screen is arranged.

  For which screen to set the display screen, for example, in the pasted memo registration operation described with reference to FIG. 3 in the first embodiment, an additional step is set after the icon selection in step ST13. The screen may be configured to be selected by the user. Then, based on the user's selection, the control circuit 17 described above, for example, “0” when the first screen is selected and “1” when the second screen is selected. Set as display screen data.

  FIG. 8 is a flowchart for explaining the operation of the mobile phone 1 of the present embodiment.

  As described above, the operation when the pasted memo is activated after the display screen data is set in the pasted memo registration operation will be described along each step of FIG.

  In FIG. 8, when a predetermined key such as the up / down / left / right key 15d of the operation unit 15 is operated from the state of the standard screen (standby screen) (ST20), it is checked whether or not a pasted memo is registered (ST21). If the pasted memo is not registered, a message indicating that the pasted memo is not registered is displayed (ST22).

  When the pasted memo is registered, it is checked whether it is registered on the first screen, that is, whether the display screen data is set to “0”, and is set to “0”. Displays the first screen (first screen) on the standard screen (ST24), and when it is set to “1”, displays the second screen (second screen) on the standard screen. (ST25).

  Basically, at startup, the control circuit 17 checks the display screen data and preferentially displays the first screen on the standard screen on the display unit 14, but a predetermined key is pressed (operated) by the user. Then, the display screen data is checked again, and the second screen is displayed on the standard screen.

  Therefore, as a result of the operation in step ST23 being performed for all registered pasted memos, all pasted memo data whose display screen data is set to “0” are displayed on the first screen on the standard screen. When the user desires the second screen by performing an operation with a predetermined key, all pasted memo data whose display screen data is set to “1” are displayed. A pasted memo that is not desired to be displayed can be selectively displayed on the second screen, which improves the convenience for the user.

  In addition, various modifications of the present embodiment are possible without being bound by the above-described contents.

  For example, in the pasted memo registration process described with reference to FIGS. 3 and 4 in the first embodiment, if the user selects only an icon in step ST13 (screen SC13 in FIG. 4), display screen data is displayed. If the control circuit 17 is configured so that the display screen data is set to “1” when the user selects an icon and text data, the standard screen always displays only icons (symbols). Thus, the privacy of the user who does not want to see the contents of the text is ensured.

  Conversely, if the user selects only an icon in step ST13 (screen SC13 in FIG. 4), the display screen data is “1”, and if the user selects an icon and text data, the display is performed. If the control circuit 17 is configured so that the screen data is set to “0”, the standard screen is always displayed including text data, and the user can easily recall the contents of the data.

  In the present embodiment, only one screen is set as an additional screen for setting a window for a pasted memo, but it is also possible to set an additional screen. In that case, the display screen data is not flag data but data of 2 bits or more, 0: displayed on the standard screen, 1: displayed on the second screen, 2: displayed on the third screen, etc. The display screen data can be set.

Fourth embodiment
The fourth embodiment will be described below.

  In the present embodiment, display / non-display of the attached memo on the standard screen (or on the second screen) can be switched by operating a predetermined key.

  FIG. 9 is a state transition diagram regarding display / non-display of the pasted memo on the standard screen.

  In FIG. 9, a state 1 is a normal mode, which is a state of the display unit 14 that displays a pasted memo. Unlike the power saving mode, the normal mode is a mode in which the backlight is operating. State 2 is the normal mode and is a state of the display unit 14 that does not display the attached memo. State 3 is a power saving mode, which is a state of the display unit 14 that displays a pasted memo.

  Since the pasted memo has an important functional value for allowing the user to recognize the presence of the memo, it is desirable that the pasted memo is pasted on the standard screen as much as possible and set in a state where it can be easily viewed.

  However, even when a plurality of pasted memos are already registered and a plurality of windows are displayed on the standard screen, there are cases where it is desired to check the contents displayed on the standard screen. For example, when the date and time is displayed on the standard screen and part of it is hidden by the window of the pasted memo, the user wants to check the part that is hidden, or the user selects the favorite image as the standard screen. For example, when the user wants to see the image when pasting on the screen.

  Therefore, if the display / non-display of the pasted memo window can be switched by pressing a predetermined key or the like, it is possible to cope with the above-mentioned user's desire.

  In FIG. 9, for example, the control circuit 17 controls the display unit 14 so as to switch display / non-display of the window of the pasted memo when the user presses the “end key” 15a. That is, control is performed to sequentially switch between state 1 and state 2.

  In FIG. 9, the control circuit 17 controls the display unit 14 so that the display returns to the state 1 when a predetermined time, for example, 30 seconds elapses after the transition from the state 1 to the state 2. In other words, as described above, a pasted memo has an important function value for making the user recognize the presence of the memo, and it is desirable that the pasted memo is pasted on the standard screen as much as possible. In order to prevent this, the pasted memo is displayed again after a predetermined time.

  In addition, after a predetermined time, the state 1 is shifted to the state 3 as the normal mode is automatically shifted to the power saving mode. Even between the state 1 and the state 3, the pasted memo remains displayed from the viewpoint described above.

  FIG. 10 is a diagram exemplifying the control of the display unit 14 by the control circuit 17 described with reference to the state transition diagram of FIG. 9 using a specific display screen.

  In FIG. 10, when the user wants to confirm the date portion (screen SC40) hidden in the pasted memo window in the background screen, the pasted memo window is hidden by pressing the “end key” 15a. The date is displayed and the date can be confirmed (screen SC41).

  As described above, in the control circuit 17, the function for selecting whether to display / hide the pasted memo window on the display unit 14 is added, so that the pasted memo window is hidden according to the user's request. The standard screen can be confirmed, and user convenience is further improved.

  Furthermore, even when the pasted memo window is not displayed, it is automatically displayed after a predetermined time has elapsed, so that it is possible to prevent the user from forgetting to return to the pasted memo display screen.

1 ... Mobile phone
11 ... Body case
12 ... Communication Department
121 ... Transmit / receive antenna
122 ... Wireless circuit
13 ... Audio processor
131: Audio processing circuit
132 ... Microphone
133 ... Speaker
14 ... Display section
15 ... Operation part
16 ... Memory
17 ... Control circuit
18 ... Moveable mechanism

Claims (11)

  1. Communication means;
    Display means for displaying a user desired image as a standby screen;
    Control means for controlling the display means so that when the standby screen is displayed on the display means, an icon associated with a text or a function is superimposed on the standby screen. ,
    When a key operation for ending communication by the communication unit is performed in a state where the icon is displayed on the standby screen, the control unit maintains the display of the same image on the standby screen. A mobile phone characterized by switching an icon to a non-display state.
  2. The control means displays the icon while maintaining the display of the same image when the input key operation of any of up, down, left and right is performed in a state where the icon is not displayed on the standby screen. The mobile phone according to claim 1, wherein the mobile phone is switched to a state to be performed.
  3. The said display means can display the text matched with the said icon with the said icon, when displaying the said icon on the said stand-by screen. The portable terminal device described.
  4. The display means displays a predetermined number of characters of the text when the text is displayed together with a corresponding icon, and when the icon is selected and determined, the display means transitions to a screen for displaying the text. The mobile terminal device according to claim 3.
  5. Address information is associated with the icon,
    The said control means changes the said display means to the screen for performing the transmission using the said address information, if the icon with which the said address information was matched is selected and transmission operation is performed, The display means is changed. The mobile terminal device according to 1 or 2.
  6. 6. The control unit according to claim 1, wherein the control unit displays the icon superimposed on the standby screen without overlapping the image indicating the radio wave state and the battery state. 6. Mobile phone.
  7. The control means displays a plurality of the icons superimposed on the standby screen, and when the input key operation of any of up, down, left and right is performed in a state where any of the icons is selected, The communication device according to any one of claims 1 to 6, wherein an icon different from the selected icon is selected while maintaining the same image display on the screen.
  8. The control means displays a plurality of the icons superimposed on the standby screen, and when any of the plurality of icons is selected and executed, switches to a screen related to the corresponding text or function,
    When a predetermined operation different from the execution operation is performed in a state where any of the plurality of icons is selected, a submenu regarding the arrangement of the icons is displayed, and the registration position can be changed and the icon can be deleted. The mobile phone according to any one of claims 1 to 7, characterized in that:
  9. The control means switches to a state in which the icon is displayed when a predetermined time elapses after no icon is displayed on the standby screen. The mobile phone according to Item.
  10. A display control method in a mobile phone comprising a communication means and a display means,
    Displaying a user desired image as a standby screen on the display means;
    Superimposing on the standby screen and displaying an icon associated with each text or function;
    When a key operation for ending communication by the communication means is performed in a state where any of the icons is displayed on the standby screen, the standby screen maintains the display of the same image while the icon is displayed. Switching to a non-display state. A display control method comprising:
  11. A display control program for causing a control unit of a mobile phone including a communication unit and a display unit to perform display control,
    Controlling the display means to display a user desired image as a standby screen;
    Controlling the display means to display icons associated with texts or functions, respectively, superimposed on the standby screen;
    When a key operation for ending communication by the communication means is performed in a state where any of the plurality of icons is displayed on the standby screen, the standby screen keeps displaying the same image. And a step of controlling the display means so as to switch the icon to a non-display state.
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