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Nokia takes navigation to the next level

Nokia takes navigation to the next level

Taking navigation and maps to the next level, Nokia recently introduced Nokia 6210 Navigator the company's first GPS-enabled mobile device with an integrated in-map compass for pedestrian guidance.

The Nokia 6210 Navigator comes with Nokia Maps 2.0 and offers real-time voice and visual turn-by-turn guidance using in-built GPS support, optimized one-box map search, 2D/3D and night mode map views, opportunity to tag and share your favorite locations, save and share routes among many other interesting features. The 6210 Navigator comes pre-loaded with maps of eight cities in India and a 6 months navigation bundle.

Launch of Nokia 6210 Navigator further strengthens Nokia's GPS-enabled phone portfolio. Nokia now has ten devices in the market that combine personal navigation capabilities with smartphone connectivity. These include Nokia 6110 Navigator, Nokia 6220 Classic, Nokia N95, Nokia N95 8GB, Nokia N82, Nokia N78, Nokia E71, Nokia E66 and Nokia E90.

Speaking at the occasion Devinder Kishore, Director Marketing Nokia India said, "With location-based services expanding rapidly into mobile communications devices, this industry is poised for growth. As per a recent study conducted by Nokia, Navigation has become one of the top five mobile services globally - others being imaging, music, SMS and gaming. "With the launch of Nokia 6210 Navigator, users in India will be able to enjoy the benefits of world class navigation with a device that not only navigates, but also communicates," he added. Nokia 6210 Navigator comes with the pre-installed maps of eight cities including Delhi & NCR, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Pune, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore and Hyderabad. Maps of additional Indian cities will be added on an on-going basis.


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