Saturday, January 17, 2009

review of Nokia 6210 enabled with GPS

As i have already told that GPS is going to be rocking in 2009 in mobile. this global positioning system is going to be the most interesting part of mobile in this new year. there was time when GPS system was only limited to Premium phone models, but with more and more phones getting kitted with GPS receivers, it is now the turn of the extras that each manufacturer adds on that will make the difference. Nokia's Navigator series of navigation oriented mobiles has a successor in the 6210 and it has some interesting tricks up its sleeve.
As a phone it feels light in your hand and it handles GPS fairly well without compromises being made in terms of build quality.keypad is little more difficult to handle.
The display, which is rather crucial given that this is meant to be used as an in-car navigation device,which is 2.4-in diagonal with QVGA resolution and up to 16M colors.
it is a decent handset with stand-out GPS features and speedy performance, it has got a lot of things in common with newer mid-range and top-line Nokia phones,and doesn't difference itself enough except of GPS. A good reason to pick up the phone for life time.
all the features i would like to mention here----
Networks:- GSM, EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 with HSDPA support
Camera :- 3.2 megapixel
Connectivity:- Bluetooth2.0 with A2DP stereo and many more
Battery:- BL-5F, 950mAh capacity
Dimensions:49mm by 103 mm by 14.9mm
Weight:- 117gm

1 comment:

Putra Priangan said...

very informative, i think i like this phone, thanks for the info