Bangalore, Aug. 5: Nokia, the cellular company responsible for the growth of mobile technology in India, on Monday introduced the Nokia 6210 Navigator.
It is the company’s first GPS-enabled mobile with an integrated in-map compass for vehicle and pedestrian guidance.
Nokia India’s Marketing Director Devinder Kishore launched the new device, which has both two-dimensional and three dimensional maps with night view facility, here. It also has other features.
The device has preloaded maps of 200 countries and eight cities in India.