The Nokia 6210 Navigator : Its Marvelous Capabilities

By: Jack Daniel

The Nokia 6210 Navigator brims with high end features that leave the user mesmerized at the outstanding capability of the handset. The device is more in tune to the latest innovations as it works on 2G and 3G networks. These networks allow the user to access facilities that only a high end mobile can deliver.

The handset is built with dimensions of 103 x 49 x 14.9 mm. The 117 gm weight adds to the compatibility of the mobile. There are significant parts that make the handset active and entertaining. The camera, for example, is a marvelous means of capturing high resolution pictures. This 3.15 MP camera can also be used to record videos at a resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels.

Then there is the music player that can play songs and music on formats like that of MP3, AAC and MPEG4. The handset is known for its FM radio that has the inherent quality of playing scintillating music and songs. Entertainment such as videos games are meant for entertainment freaks. The mobile is handy and can utilize these options for entertainment of all sorts.

The Nokia 6210 Navigator is connected with alternative means such as GPRS, EDGE, 3G, Bluetooth and USB port. These options are incredible for transferring of files to other gadgets either wirelessly or by means of cable cords. Thus, any file that a person may be possessing can be shared with others by means of these alternatives. The user can also make use of the amazing memory support to store a large number files. These has led to building confidence in the users as they know that they can store everything starting form music, videos, and ringtones. The text documents can also easily be accommodated. The memory of the 6210 can be extended up to 8 GB. This gadget is fitted with a battery that can give standby time of 220 hr and talk time of 3 hr 40 mins. It is available in colour shades of black and red.

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