Nokia 6110 Navigator review: Know your way
Are you often getting lost in big cities? Wanna get rid of all those maps in the glove compartment? Then the device we are about to show you, might just be what you're looking for. Combining Nokia smartphone all-round qualities with GPS navigation good enough for a standalone device, Nokia 6110 Navigator looks all set to serve. But purchasing a phone in this price range requires something more than good-on-paper . So join us, as we steer into the phone features and we'll try to give you our turn-by-turn text and visual guidance.
- Top notch navigation solution
- Excellent display with great picture quality and great legibility under bright light
- Fast user interface
- Symbian S60 3rd edition FP1
- Decent camera with lens protector
- Good connectivity
- Sound quality is not impressive
- Rather thick body
- No Wi-Fi
- Battery life could've been better
- Detailed maps are to be purchased separately
Nokia 6110 Navigator (not to be confused with the older Nokia 6110 model) is meant to be a fully functional stand-alone satnav device right out of the box. It is no wonder its navigation software and hardware are taken to a new level, with Nokia, Route 66 and NAVTEQ contributing alike to its development. On the other hand, the 6110 Navigator is a full-fledged Nokia smartphone armed with the latest user interface version: Symbian S60 3rd edition with Feature Pack 1. Therefore it is hard to tell whether its greatest market share rivals will be smartphones or GPS-enabled mobiles. In any case, they will have a hard time standing their ground to the Navigator.
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