BARCELONA, Spain – The new Nokia 6710 Navigator has just been announced, and this svelte new pocket satnav caller is very clear about its role from the minute it’s plucked from its box. The Nokia 6710 Navigator is a device that is as dedicated to in-car navigation as it is pedestrian guidance – when it launches later this year it will come with the Nokia CR-111 car holder accessory inside the box, which cradles the handset so it can sit smartly in view on your dashboard.
Read on for the full lowdown on Nokia’s newest Navigator.
One of the major goals for the Nokia 6710 Navigator was to make it an effortless satnav companion, for driving and walking, offering quick access to real-time navigation via a dedicated navigator key and an instinctive service via Nokia Maps 3.0. Something Markku Suomi, vice president at Nokia, emphasized today.
“The navigation solution provided by the Nokia 6710 Navigator is second to none and provides everything you would expect from a dedicated GPS device with all the benefits of a converged mobile device… We want to make the experience as simple and effective as possible, which means the navigation licenses are pre-installed and ready to use as soon as you turn on the Navigator”
The new Nokia 6710 Navigator has also been designed to ensure it can cope with the heavy demands of GPS, and is able to deliver up to 12.6 hours of GPS pedestrian navigation and 6.6 hours of car navigation.
Location-based service such as Nokia Maps 3.0, and it’s ability to geo-tag photos via it’s 5 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, are backed up by some serious data sharing credentials – the Nokia 6710 Navigator supports both high speed uplink (HSDPA) and high speed downlink (HSUPA), meaning you can share photos and videos far faster and more efficiently than before.
The Nokia 6710 Navigator will arrive in the third quarter for around 300 Euros, before taxes and subsidies.
Click through our gallery of photos of the Nokia 6710 Navigator to get a detailed look at this smart S60 satnav handset. Let us know what your reckon to its arrival in the comments section beneath.