Part of Nokia’s GPS-enabled family of products, 6710 Navigator and 6720 classic are two mid-end Symbian smartphones that bring nothing new when it comes to design – I even dare say they’re a bit on the boring side.
However, the handsets do have some nice features, including advanced GPS capabilities, Nokia Maps and 5MP autofocus cameras with Carl Zeiss lens, dual-LED flash and geotagging.
Nokia 6710 Navigator is a slider that pretty much resembles the 6210 Navigator:
The 6710 Navigator will be available in the third quarter of 2009, for 300 Euros (it will have a Nokia CR-111 car holder included in the box).
Unlike the new Navigator, Nokia 6720 classic is a candybar. It comes with improved voice quality, TV-out and 20 days of stand-by time.
The 6720 classic will be outed in the second quarter of 2009, for 245 Euros.
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