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 2.4â€ 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.