Nokia 6110 Navigator: Move Ahead in Life

By: Carly

The tremendous progress of mobile phone evolution is fueled by the intense competition among the major players. Nokia, being the global leader has been instrumental in bringing in newer technology aimed to match up with the fast changing dynamics of the mobile phone industries. Within a short span of time, the use of mobile phones is no longer confined to making calls and sending texts, but surfing internet, video calling, imaging, mobile music and what not. The Finnish manufacturers have taken this even further with the launch of their GPS enabled handset - the Nokia 6110 Navigator.

The Nokia 6110 Navigator is a sleek handset with a smooth sliding action. The handset sports a highly sophisticated black and silver coloured casing and a large 2.2 inch QVGA display that can produce 16 million different colours. The Nokia 6110 Navigator is based S60 software and Symbian operating system v9.2. Despite the smartphone's 3G capabilities, it weighs 125 grams which is very compact for a handset offering as much as the Nokia 6110 Navigator.

The most important feature of the Nokia 6110 Navigator is probably its high quality 3D GPS navigation feature which provides the user with turn by turn directions to their desired location. Its built in Nokia Navigator system is extremely easy to use with dedicated keys as well as voice guided directions. Finding your way out in new places is just a matter of few presses on the Nokia 6110 Navigator. The handset's quad band GSM mobile network support ensures that you get seamless voice connectivity in almost all parts of the globe. In an age when 3G seems to be the 'in' thing, Nokia 6110 Navigator have raised the bar with its 3.5G technology. Powered by HSDPA, this smartphone can achieve data speeds even higher than other 3G phones. Video calling, web surfing, evolved email client with full attachment support - the Nokia 6110 Navigator has all that it takes to be a communication chart buster.

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