While we’re still waiting for Nokia to roll out its first official iPhone killer, the Nokia 5800 XpressMedia Tube, another model from their handset lineup quietly slid through the hands of the FCC and got approved. Coming from the Navigator series of handsets, it’s the Nokia 6210 Navigator, scheduled to be released somewhere between the three months during Q3 2008.
The Nokia 6210 Navigator takes on most of the old features of the original Nokia Navigator phone (Nokia 6110 Navigator), including built-in GPS with A-GPS, 3G, Wi-Fi, and voice-activated controls. This time around, though, it brings a 3.2 megapixel camera to the table, and also runs on Symbian’s Series 60 OS.
Unlike the Nokia 6110 Navigator, this new navigator will be more multimedia-inclined, and further proof of this is seen in its dual-LED flash by the camera lens.
The Nokia 6210 Navigator will set you back $430 USD by the time it gets released, and if you take a look at your calendar you’ll find that this isn’t that too far away.
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