The Nokia 2710 Navigation Edition will be launched in Q2 2010, this new phone offers GPS navigation and will be priced at just 110EUR (excl. VAT). The device features a 2GB memory card with local maps, a digital compass, 2.2" screen, GPRS, 2MP digicam, MP3 player, FM radio, and 3.5mm jack. Seems like a nice basic phone for travellers, it even ships with a car charger and a car cradle.
This device is aimed at the developing world, but that isn’t to say it won’t be making an appearance in the developed world either. Thanks to the on board GPS and digital compass, this device is as at home in the city as it is in the country. On board maps are accompanied by turn-by-turn driving navigation with full voice guidance. In selected countries, the device will ship with local maps, stored on an included 2GB memory card, so users won’t even have to go online to access maps.
The Nokia 2710 Navigation Edition will also come with a car charger and a car cradle (pictured above) along with a lifetime navigation license.
The GPRS handset boast a 2.2-inch screen, 2-megapixel camera and enough storage for 1,000 phonebook entries. It also sports Ovi Mail and Instant Messaging and it’ll keep the tunes turning with an MP3 player and FM radio. It also has a 3.5mm AV connector. The device will go for up to 18 days between charges in standby mode and will give up to four hours and 20 minutes talk time.