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Amongst Nokia's recent phone handset announcements is the Nokia 6610 which is the first sign that Nokia plans to make GPS capabilities a mainstream features of cell phone handsets. With music players, high resolution cameras and Internet becoming passe as a selling point for mass market phones, Nokia is lining up Global Position System and Assisted Global Position Systems to be the next must have functionality for you phone. The new Nokia 6110 Navigator has them both to bring navigation-enabled phones into the mass market for 2007. Nokia expects the 6110 Navigator to begin shipping in the second quarter of this calendar year for an estimated retail price of €450. The device has integrated maps with routing information and location search. Nokia says that with a touch of a button you can quickly have a map of your current location search for destinations, find specific routes, or locate services such as restaurants, hotels or shops. Then find your way there with full turn-by-turn 3D navigation of the best route by car or on foot.

"Location-based experience is among the fastest growing areas in mobile devices. Offering integrated GPS functionality, the Nokia 6110 Navigator will put maps, routing and navigation into the hands of the broadest consumer market world-wide," said Peter Ropke, Senior Vice President, Broad Appeal Business Unit, Nokia. "With the Nokia 6110 Navigator, mobile phone owners will be able to enjoy the benefits of navigation in their daily life and enjoy a wide range of location-based services - whether they want to explore a city, search for restaurants, get weather forecasts, or look for travel guides for a weekend trip." The Nokia 6110 Navigator will come with a local map pre-installed on the memory card ready for immediate navigation and then additional maps and content - such as traffic information, weather services and travel guides will have to be purchased online or downloaded direct to the phone using the special Nokia Map Manager application.

The 6110 Navigator will be able to do this pretty quickly thanks to the HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Packet Access) connectivity that allows for broadband speed downloads of up to 3.6 Mbps. The navigation functionality is all very cool, but Nokia hasn't scrimped on the traditional phone features to make this phone affordable. You still get real time push email with support for attachments and a nifty Message reader function that will read your emails to you out load. Then there's all the usualy 3G multimedia tools such as full screen video sharing and video calls. The phone has a large 2.2-inch QVGA (1600 x 1200 pixels resolution) screen, capable of displaying 16 million colors. A 2 megapixel camera with a dedicated capture key, panorama mode, and integrated flash has a slide over lens protector to keep you pics sharp and free from scratches and dust marks. The Nokia 6110 is based on the industry leading Symbian S60 operating system and so have a huge range of downloadable games and applications available for it. The slider is not too big either Nokia says the phone will be 101 x 49 x 20 mm which is pretty acceptable if you are thinking about this as a GPS replacement device and the weight will be 123 grams which is a little on the heavy side for a traditional phone only device, but more than acceptable if you consider the power you have in your hand. Nokia says the 6110 Navigator will have a talk-time up to 3.5 hours on GSM and 2.5 hours on WCDMA (3G) networks. Standby time will be up to 11 days depending on network conditions.

Key features of the Nokia 6110 Navigator include:
  • Fully integrated GPS Navigation with one touch Navigator key
  • Local map pre-installed on the memory card for immediate navigation
  • HSDPA for fast web browsing and downloading
  • WCDMA 2100 HSDPA, GSM/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900
  • 2 megapixel camera with integrated flash, 4x digital zoom and panorama mode
  • Real-time video sharing and video calling
  • ~40 MB free internal memory
  • Support of microSD memory card up to 2 GB

3 komentar:

Imelda said...

Wow, this NOKIA is just great. I will consider this feature in my next buy of cellphone. By then, that GPS feature will be for me to enjoy.

Tips PDA said...

Wah sayangnya ga punya nokia navigator adanya 3230....

symbianfrance said...

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Insérez simplement la carte SD dans votre appareil Nokia, installez le logiciel, activez votre code de licence* et commencez à naviguer** ! 22 pays d’Europe de l‘Ouest inclus, avec réseau routier à ~100%. Effectuez la mise à niveau de votre N95 avec Nokia Maps 1.0 pour obtenir un meilleur menu de navigation : Navigation de menu plus conviviale dans “Options”. La recherche locale prend en charge les lieux situés à proximité de votre position. L’aperçu de navigation permet de passer d’un changement de direction à un autre ou d‘afficher librement l‘itinéraire. Meilleure clarté d’affichage des capitales et des frontières nationales à un niveau de zoom élevé. Indication de l’échelle de zoom. Indication de l’état du satellite selon trois possibilités (inactif/mode recherche/fixe). Affichage cartographique amélioré : présente désormais les numéros de maisons, un meilleur module 3D et des couleurs plus agréables. Guides Touristiques améliorés.Navigation vocale en : ENG, ESP, RA, ITA, DEU, PRT, DEN, POL, RUS, NLD, FIN, NOR, SWE, CZE, GRC, HUN Un espace disponible sur la carte SD peut accueillir vos données personnelles : musique, images.

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