james, 04 Aug 2008why does the newspaper say tat the GPS is only ree for 6 months n all of u here say is free 4e... moreGPS works for the first "n" days, but if you upgrade nokia maps or after 6 months (special offer), your positioning will work but navigation and voice assistance will be paid
melvin, 05 Aug 2008just free 6 month only.To melvin
You are rie GPS is free only for 6 months,But forever in 6110
Some one please make it clear about the six month navigation? In 6110, some indian city maps are free for life. Means you can use the map for getting navigation for life, without any license expiry. Is it the same for 6210 also??
It's a nice phone overall I'll just list a few nitpicks etc.
The keys are a little rocky and the top 3 are a little hard to hit due to the slider part. The GPS takes several minutes (10 at times)to finally lock in. No pencil button on the side. In it's place is a camera button. Battery life is Ok but poor when using GPS. Both cameras are as you would expect. There are some others I can't think of. Overall i do like it but those are some of the things I have noticed. My one big complaint is that it doesn't have wifi. The tilt screen funcion is neat at first but you will turn it off after a little while as it can get annoying. Overall it handles like any other S60 phone no real improvements or changes that I can see. Video playback isn't too bad I guess. Depends on what you expect. So overall it's nice but IMO it isn't anything really special. I'll stick with my durable small 5500 for a daily use phone.
james, 04 Aug 2008why does the newspaper say tat the GPS is only ree for 6 months n all of u here say is free 4e... moreGPS is free forever, navigation WITH SPEECH costs extra, GPS is enough for me at least.
I dont like this device because tv output system is not in this phone
why does the newspaper say tat the GPS is only ree for 6 months n all of u here say is free 4ever?pls tell me which one is true ty
if you've already got a 6110 I can't think of a decent reason to get a 6210... not that I could think of a justifiable reason to buy a 6110 in the first place :P
can i ask why people still need infra red? thats so old and so slow, it was good when it 1st came out but i think some people are living in the past. hey lets bring back video tapes.
Since reading and getting many infos, This navigator doesn't feel different than other nokia GPS cellphones.
Anonymous, 31 Jul 2008I didn't find any answer to the question someone posted about what GPS circuit it has. If it's... moreIt's obvious you know how to use the internet, so why not search Nokia's website or do a google search if you want specific informatioin that you can't find here (presuming you did).
Contact Nokia customer service even..
Hey guys you really need to learn how to use this site to answer your own questions...
Clicking on "MWC 2008: Nokia Overview" you will find the following information on page 3:
"Nokia 6210 Navigator comes with Nokia Maps 2.0, announced today, and includes full voice and visual turn by turn guidance at no extra cost".
Thus it appears to be similar to the 6110 Navigator, which used its own programme requiring NO SUBSCRIPTION. You will only pay then for any data sent when establishing a satelight lock via the A-GPS function if you choose to enable it.
I didn't find any answer to the question someone posted about what GPS circuit it has. If it's the same as N95 it sucks! My N95 takes up to 10 minutes to find a position sometimes! :-(
so other then the gps ppl are always talking about and asking the same questions,, how is the batter life on this phone and does it have 3g? would the 3g work in north america ?
so what ur saying is the gps is for free? meaning i do not have to connect to the internet? pay data FEES anything like that?