Nokia has announced a new GPS enabled quad-band GSM mobile phone, the Nokia 6210 Navigator which which has a built-in GPS receiver along with Nokia Maps, a 3.15 Megapixels camera with 8X digital zoom , MP3 player, EDGE and 3G HSDPA 3.6 Mbps data connectivity, Bluetooth v2.0+A2DP and built-in GPS receiver with A-GPS.
It is the company’s first GPS enabled mobile device which has an integrated in-map compass for guidance. It comes with Nokia Maps 2.0 and offers real-time voice and visual turn by turn guidance using in-built GPS support. It features an optimized one-box map search along with 2D/3D and night mode map views and an opportunity to tag and share favorite locations as well as sharing of routes. It will come with the preloaded maps of Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Pune along with a 6 month navigation bundle. Maps of other cities will also be added in on going basis. It has a built in ‘accelerometer’, which measures changes in direction and orientation, thus making it easy to follow the map when walking. The map maintains its orientation on turnings the Navigator and the Nokia Maps 2.0 helps you in choosing the quickest route from source to destination.
The Navigator is equipped with 2.4-inch 240 x 320 pixels QVGA TFT color display capable of 16-Million colors and comes with 120-MB internal shared memory along with 64-MB SDRAM allowing almost unlimited number phonebook records and upto 30 days received, dialed and missed calls records. The Nokia 6210 Navigator Slide mobilephone is also equipped with microSD memory card slot offering maximum of 8-GB expandable memory. It also has USB support and also offers built-in Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP connection. The EDGE Class 32 network connection offered by Nokia 6210 Navigator mobilephone handset allows ultra fast data transmissions, and faster downloads and file transfers.
It is available in Red Sunset, Grey Dusk and Black colors and is available at the price of Rs 17,000 in India. With so many features, it definitely looks like a great buy.
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