i have recently heard from nokia sales that the 6110 is set to come out in more colours, blue, silver, etc. so if black and white is a little boring for you, than wait a month or so.
Umm... map availability is pretty damn important on a GPS PHONE, is it not?. :rolleyes:
Does anyone know if there is any truth in the story that the N6110 Navigator has been recalled by MTN due to factory faults???
sounds like a nice fon..
gonna get 1 this wek..
but my advice to all those who plan to take a ne contract..
dont go to NASHUA MOBILE, OR AUTOPAGE...
Buy this phone forget what people say about the maps it comes with one for your whole country.there is nothing this phone cannot do and dont be fooled by the pics this thing is tiny and looks great my previous phone was an imate jam PDA so i know what im talking about.the only down side is the camera but people lets be serious the pics that u take with ur mobile stay on it its not like u are going to print them out or something.I rate this phone 10/10 all round best dam mobile i ever used!
did anybody try the upgrade of maps ?
does it cancel the voice activation and turn by turn making you buy this feature ?
to change the settings from imperial to metric, load the GPS and go to settings, then select general, then select units and change it to metric. maps can be downloaded from nokia.com/maps. hope this helps!
Can som1 tell from SA... does the navigation work well... is it in KM, and is it accurate..... asap...cos im going to get 1 now??
To CRAIG, thank you very much for your info, very helpful indeed............
No. This phone is not meant for the US market. Also, be aware that R66 does not offer FULL US coverage for the software. Check out the available maps.
For full US coverage smart2go.com seems to be the better option, though IMO the their software is not as good as R66.
Hi everybody, is there a company selling the phone for the US, meaning with the US maps free and outside world purchaseable, because I need to travel in all states with it and I do not want to buy card for every state.
This is proving to be an excellent fone for anyone who travels extensively(in my case in the UK)and wants something small and compact.Additional maps are easily downloaded from the Route 66 CD provided with the fone, of course additional cost are incurred for this additional facility. The Fone may also require an additional Memory card (I suggest 1GB) if you required additional Maps, POI, Speed Cameras etc. The fone is supberb in every other respect ie Calls,usability, MP3,Camera, etc. There is however a downside. The fone very quickly runs out of battery if you use the GPS for a long period, say a couple of hours whilst recieving the occassional call, my advice is never leave home without a car charger, you will definately need it!! I have all the XDA's and this fone compares very well with them for capability for business use.The 6110 has the advantage of being smaller and more compact than the eqivilent XDA Orbit which also has inbuilt GPS and Sat Nav.Nokia 6110 Reccommended
i just got this nokia 6110 navigator as a gift from overseas, i'm using is in sydney, australia. can any one tell me how to get a sydney map installed on the phone so i can use the gps in here?
Does anyone know how to use the navigator in this phone...???I need help...
in S.A (port elizabeth)we talk about km per hour.the nokia 6110nav show it in miles per hour. is there a way of setting it to km per hour
Thanks for the input Voda on the GPS, my brother has 1 and he agrees with what you say to the T.I was weighing up getting the 6110, or getting a cheaper phone with a seperate GPS unit, but having it all in 1 seems better to me, less to carry around.
In SA, the phone is available for a fee from Nashua mobile, but free direct from VodaShop.