Nokia Maps function well on its new Nokia Navigator handsets

Nokia has introduced a couple of new handsets in its Navigator line – the Nokia 6710 Navigator and the Nokia 6720 classic, where both handsets will concentrate on not only providing you with the best in class performance when it comes to keeping in touch with friends and family, it will also help you get to your destination on time and correctly, proving yet again Nokia’s heritage of traditional candybar phones that excel in all areas. We shall look at not only both handsets but other accessories that Nokia has on offer to make your mobile navigation experience a complete one.

Recently, Nokia has introduced the integration of Maps with Ovi, enabling ordinary folk to pre-plan their journey at home on their PC while synchronizing it with their mobile device when they’re out via over-the-air (OTA) downloads (or they can save on data charges by hooking it up to the computer before leaving the house, of course). In addition, Maps has been updated to include a number of new features such as high-resolution aerial images, 3D landmarks for over 200 cities, terrain maps, weather service, premium travel and events content and traffic and safety warnings. Both the 6710 Navigator and 6720 Classic will come with a compass that works in tandem with new features found in Maps, whereas the pedestrian navigation experience has seen some rather significant improvements to make it more user-friendly.

Each purchase will come with the Nokia CR-111 car holder that is able to cradle your precious new Nokia 6710 Navigator lovingly, while those who are willing to fork out a little bit more can get the Nokia Speakerphone HF-310 that features high quality hands free capability with echo cancellation and noise reduction. Setting this up is a snap as it takes just three different fixings to install. The Nokia 6720 classic is tipped to ship in the second quarter of this year while the 6710 Navigator will be out in the third quarter, retailing for 245 and 300 Euros, respectively.

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