updated 12:00 pm EST, Mon February 12, 2007
Nokia 6110, 3110 phones
Finishing the Nokia phone barrage are the 6110 Navigator and the 3110 classic. Click through for a gallery. As its name implies, the 6110 is designed around GPS functions, sporting GPS and AGPS (Assisted GPS) abilities as well as maps preloaded for the area the phone is sold in. The interface is similar to in-car software meanwhile, featuring 3D rendering, turn-by-turn voice guidance, and a searchable database of routes and points of interest. Additional content such as traffic, weather and extra maps must be bought online. The phone does boast a number of non-GPS features though, such as a two-megapixel camera, and 3G video calls through HSDPA and WCDMA broadband. Standard connections are made through quad-band GSM and EDGE.
The 3110 classic is probably the most conventional of Nokia's new products, built with price in mind more than options. The most notable features are a 1.3-megapixel camera, and music playback with expandable memory. It also comes with FM radio and Bluetooth and USB ports. As a triband GSM phone, it is not known whether it will come to North America. It should ship in the second quarter at an estimated price of $150. The 6110 will arrive in the same timeframe for $450.