Shiny Video Review: Nokia 6210 Navigator

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If you drive a lot, you’ll know the value of a sat nav. That constant nagging voice urging to you bear left. Do you still get lost pedestrianised areas, though? Or when you leave the safety of the car? Nokia have spotted that gap in the market, and this is their Navigator phone, which is here to solve your woes.

It comes with a big button to activate the GPS functionality, which is great. There’s a working compass, and the newest version of the Nokia maps application. It has the turn-by-turn navigation so beloved of sat navs, though that’ll cost you a subscription fee to keep active beyond three months or so. I believe it’s available now, and the price will depend on what kind of contract you get it on.

Nokia 6210 Navigator

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Duncan Geere