Nokia launches 6210 navigator phone


February 25, 2008

Nokia launches 6210 navigator phone
Nokia launched the 6210 Navigator GPS handset at the recent Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

The phone features Nokia Maps 2.0 software, and an integrated magnetic compass capable of auto-correcting for the user’s location. Nokia is offering three-years free subscription to the Maps service, which would usually cost 69 euros.

The handset also features full pedestrian and in-car navigation, with city guides, satellite views and an accelerometer. It fits to the vehicle’s windscreen with an in-car mounting kit.

The phone has a 2.4” display, 3.2MP camera, media player, FM radio, 3.5G/HSDPA connectivity and 1GB of supplied microSD memory.

The Nokia 6210 should be available in Europe in the third quarter of 2008. Pricing details have not yet been released.






 

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