Nokia 2710 Navigation Edition unveiled

Nokia-2710-Navigation-EditionNokia today unveils its most affordable Nokia Maps loaded, GPS-enabled phone” – Nokia 2710 Navigation Edition.

The phone incorporating straight line navigation with the assistance of an integrated digital compass, it also includes turn-by-turn driving navigation with full voice guidance, as well relevant maps are included on the device to ensure that even if there is no access to an internet connection, the device can still be used.

Nokia 2710 Navigation Edition

Nokia 2710 Navigation Edition

Key Features:

  • GPS enabled device
  • Nokia Maps with lifetime navigation license
  • Dedicated key for GPS
  • Preloaded local maps on memory card
  • Drive and walk navigation•2 GB memory card in sales box
  • Nokia Life Tools (select markets)

Additional Features:

  • Largephonebookwithupto 1,000 entries
  • 2 megapixel camera
  • Large 2.2”QVGA display
  • OviMail and IM
  • MP3 player, FM radio and 3.5 mm AV connector
  • Bluetooth
  • GPRS

Specs:

System: QuadbandGSM 850/900/1800/1900
User interface: Series 40
Dimensions:111.2mm x 45.7mm x 13.7mm (L x W x T)
Volume:60.4 cc
Weight:87 g with battery
Standby time:Up to 18 days
Talk time:Up to 4 hours 20 min
Display color:320 x 240 TFT with up to265k colors
Data services: EGPRS multislotclass 32Inbox
Colors Available: Jet Black, Warm Silver, White Silver(available color will vary per region)

The estimated retail price of the Nokia 2710 Navigation Edition will be EUR 110 and it should start sales in the second quarter of 2010.

Nokia 2710 Navigation Edition

Nokia 2710 Navigation Edition

Source: Nokia Bulletin

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