Nokia has just unveiled the 2710 Navigation Edition, presented as its most affordable phone to come with Nokia Maps and GPS.
Targeted at both developed and developing countries, Nokia 2710 Navigation Edition features turn-by-turn driving navigation with voice guidance, as well as straight line navigation and an integrated digital compass.
Nokia included relevant maps on the phone “to ensure that even if there is no access to an internet connection, the device can still be used”.
The 2710 Navigation Edition also features a 2.2 inch QVGA display, 3.5mm headset jack, Bluetooth 2.1, stereo FM radio with RDS, 2MP camera, and a 2GB card in the box.
Nokia says that the 2710 Navigation Edition will be available starting the second quarter of 2010, retailing at €110 (about $163). The handset is offered together with a car holder and a car charger.
A video promo of the new phone is included below:
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