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Nokia 6710 Navigator




Nokia has updated its navigating device with the Nokia 6710 Navigator that includes full voice-guidance and an integrated compass pedestrian guidance that works even without a SIM.

nokia 6710 navigator

2.6 inch QVGA 320×240 pixels with light sensor
5 megapixel, 2592xx1944 pixel, Carl Zeiss optics (4x zoom)
integrated dual-LED flash
3G/HSDPA 10.2Mbps
WiFi 802.11 b/g
Bluetooth 2.0
GPS with aGPS function
Stereo FM radio
50MB user memory (up to 16GB via microSD)

The 6710 Navigator has a little curved shaped (reminds me of the G1) at the bottom end for a better grip and like the E55, it has full-voice guidance, a touch-sensitive zoom area just below the display screen (for map navigation), integrated compass pedestrian guidance with navigation functions that work without a SIM.  

Since this model is focused on navigation, accessories include a car mobile holder, easy mount and car kit. The 6710 will be released in Q3 of 2009.



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5 Responses

  1. madzman23 says:

    This phone speaks for its name.
    Good move to have a voice guidance for the Navigator.
    This is a good GPS device and the functionality without a sim is really a great deal.

  2. m says:

    does it have support for a detailed Philippine map particularly in metro manila?

  3. Star says:

    I got a 6710 first week of November 2009.
    – The “pre-loaded regional maps” had to be downloaded so I couldn’t view the maps before purchasing
    – “Philippine maps are not yet available” :'(
    (according to a rep at Nokia Care)
    – Speaker is on the lower right on the back of the phone. If you are right-handed the audio will be a bit muffled when you’re holding the phone upright
    – Most functions are available in offline mode (i.e. no SIM card inserted) :)
    – GPS seems to work but without a detailed map I can’t really say if it was accurate

  4. kutch says:

    Question: Does 6710 Works directly to GPS System not a Cellular/Cell Site GPS System (Triangulation)

    What if I remove the SIM does the GPS still works?

    How’s the stability of the software?

    I’m planning to buy one of those and replace my Garmin in my car… I do a lot of Geocaching so I need accurate and stable GPS like Garmin

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