Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Nokia 6210 Navigator

As the name suggests, the phone's main selling point is its GPS functions. But not just any GPS - this one serves pedestrians too.
Traditionally, GPS features on phones have been made for drivers. The Nokia 6210 gives a Drive or Walk option. So, if there is a park, for example, the driving option will take you around it, while the walking option will suggest you cut through it.
Another pedestrian-friendly feature is a built-in electronic compass and accelerometer. With these, you'll know if you're headed in the wrong direction on the correct street. Nokia's also thrown in a 3.2-megapixel camera, media player and FM radio. And since the phone works with 3.5G networks as well as quad-band GSM, it can roam virtually anywhere. This gadget is mainly for the intrepid traveller who doesn't want to get lost.

Nokia 6210 Navigator Demo

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