Nokia 6110 Navigator: the Pathfinder

By: Alice Erin


Nokia has come up with a mobile phone to show others the way - literally. Its latest arrival - the Nokia 6110 Navigator is loaded with Global Positioning System (GPS) and Assisted Global Positioning System (AGPS) for precise navigation anywhere in the world. The Nokia 6110 Navigator has reaffirmed the company's current standing as the global leader. The Nokia 6110 Navigator is a boon not only for travelers and professionals on the move, but also for an average commuter like you and me.

The Nokia 6110 Navigator can find you the shortest way to your destination, whether you are on a car or on foot. Using its turn-by-turn voice guided navigation is just like asking for directions from a trusted friends. With local maps pre-installed in memory card and navigation keys for quick access to location information, maps and routes, this handset can save you a lot of time and efforts. If you visit a new town, all you have to do is quickly download its map using the Nokia 6110 Navigator 's 3.5G data connectivity and be your own guide anywhere in the world.

Design wise, the Nokia 6110 Navigator resembles a high end business solution. The stylish slider is available in sleek Black and Silvery White casing. The smartphone looks great in both the colour solutions. This 3.5G, quad band handset is fitted with a 2.2 inch, 16 million coloured TFT screen for optimized viewing experience. The handset's weight of 125 grams is next to nothing for a device that can get you data connectivity speeds of up to 3.6 Mbps - much more than one requires for data intensive functions like video calling. This S60 based, Symbian smartphone play host to innumerable office applications and tools and an enhanced Personal Information Management (PIM) system. Shoot pictures of places you've been with its integrated camera or play your favourite songs while you're on the road - the Nokia 6110 Navigator is bound to get you hooked the first time.

Nokia 6110 Navigator



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