Nokia’s 6210 Navigator designed for mobile navigation has an ‘accelerometer’ that measures changes in direction and orientation and a built-in compass, which makes it easy to follow the map when strolling about on foot.
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“GPS is now one of the top five features consumers ask about when they come into store. Today, we have over 10 handsets with GPS including the new Nokia 6120 Navigator in the market.”
It comes with latest version of Nokia Maps 2.0 pre-loaded with Australian and New Zealand maps, and includes full voice and visual turn-by-turn guidance for six months at no extra cost. The integrated Nokia Maps 2.0 application will plot the quickest route to the desired destination and illustrate it on the map. Thanks to high-speed 3.5G connectivity, detailed information about each point of interest, like the phone number or web address is a click away.
When turning the device, the map automatically maintains its orientation. The Nokia 6210 Navigator supports assisted GPS (A-GPS), which enables the GPS receiver to acquire the satellites in just seconds. The device is ready for use out of the box, even without a SIM-card. Local maps are pre-loaded on the 1GB memory card and map updates are included in the sales price.
For an additional fee, users can purchase multimedia city guides from premium content providers via Nokia Maps application and download additional map areas for free via Nokia Map Loader at maps.nokia.com.
The device also features a 3.2 megapixel camera, media player and stereo FM radio. The Nokia 6210 Navigator is based on S60 software, allowing users to download and use thousands of new applications in addition to the ones already found on the device.