Nokia just unveiled Nokia 2710 Navigation Edition – their cheapest phone with GPS navigation. Of course it is pre-loaded with Nokia Maps which is the GPS navigation software from the company that lets you get turn-by-turn driving directions with voice guidance included. Not only that but the hardware even supports an integrated digital compass.
Another neat feature is that the maps are locally stored on the Nokia 2710 Navigation Edition. Nokia is smart – because the markets they’re targeting with this low end phone may not always have data coverage – and even if they do the customers may not be able to afford it.
Wait until the second quarter of 2010 for Nokia 2710 Navigation Edition and then you can spend about EUR 110 on it.