Excerpt: Når du tager et kig på listen over de model navnene på de telefoner af Nokia - de allerede måtte have opbrugt alle numrene, så de har brug for at komme med et nyt navnesystem. Mobile Phones er blevet den bedste kammerat af mennesker i disse dage. Ingen kan tænke på at gå nogen steder uden at holde mobiltelefon. Telefoner kan hjælpe en til at holde forbindelsen med verden. Anytime og hvor som helst, kan telefoner hjælpe brugeren.
Excerpt: Nokia’s 6110 Navigator is nothing more than a Symbian Series 60 slider handset. Or is it? As the name suggests, the phone is capable of a lot more than handling calls, messages and a little entertainment. Yes, the Navigator is capable of much more, and here’s why. Form Factor As I said, it’s a slider. I like its size and overall design, but like most phones with integrated GPS receivers, it’s a trifle bulky with a width of 20mm.
Excerpt: Nokia 6110 Navigator was released right at the peak of the period when the leading handset producer considered GPS to be the feature with the highest potential for mixing with handsets. The company's interest faded in time, making it a good guess to say that 6110 Navigator itself was the one to make Nokia see GPS packed in many of its future devices.
Pros: It looks fresh, has a smooth, perfect slider and also packs HSDPA and GPS to open the door for a great number of possibilities to the user. Internet browsing feels natural and very close to what PCs have to offer, especially due to the fast data transfer speeds.
Cons: This is the right place for photo quality, as captures shot with Nokia 6110 Navigator are nothing more than ordinary and go down to terribly poor lighting conditions. Another drawback can be seen in the shiny plastic used in the handset's case, which gets filled with fingerprints almost instantly. The slider form factor also makes it impossible to avoid covering the case with smudges and then having to clean it over and over again. The lack of Wi-Fi can also be listed...
Summary: The 6110 Navigator combines an S60 3rd Edition FP1 smartphone, a built-in GPS satellite navigation system and maps for your country and region. It's Sat Nav straight from the box, but how does it measure up to the requirements of the real world? And what is the latest version of the Route 66 navigation software like?
Excerpt: The use of Nokia mobile phones had been a part of everyoneâ€™s life. As one of the in-demand and known mobile phone manufacturers, Nokia caters the need of every consumer when it comes to mobile phone technology by developing the latest mobile phone unit its workforce could think and create.
Summary: The S60-powered Symbian Nokia 6110 Navigator is one of a new batch of smartphones from Nokia that puts SatNav functions in the limelight. SatNav software and a GPS receiver make this phone useful for getting from A to B. Included is turn-by-turn voice and onscreen navigation as well as route planning. Thanks to the Nokia 6110's 3G, speedy HSDPA, quicker downloading ensures your music and video takes less time to get, also.
Excerpt: Already the 6110 Navigator is a recognised item thanks to the stars of the TV show the "Long Way Down" which features 'Ewan McGregor' and 'Charley Boorman'. They decided to travel on a couple of BMW bikes to Cape Town and used the 6110 as a navigational aid. We won't be testing the device to this extreme but none the less we put it through its paces.