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Nokia 6710 Navigator is the latest arrival in its Navigator line. The recent integration of Maps with Ovi allows people to pre-plan their journey at home on their PC and synchronize with their mobile device. Additionally, Maps has been updated to include a number of new features such as high-resolution aerial images, 3D landmarks for over 200 cities, terrain maps, weather service, premium travel and events content and traffic and safety warnings. With both of the new devices including a compass, working in conjunction with the new features of Maps, the pedestrian navigation experience has been significantly improved.

Included inbox is the Nokia CR-111 car holder, which cradles the Nokia 6710 Navigator easily in the car and completes the driving navigation solution. For those that want a little extra, there is a new arrival from Nokia accessories in the Nokia Speakerphone HF-310, which boasts high quality hands free with echo cancellation and noise reduction. The speakerphone is easy to use in the car or office and can be installed easily with three different fixings.

To complement the impressive mapping capabilities, the Nokia 6710 Navigator offers an improved design with a slightly curved shape, providing a pleasant feel with a soft touch surface. When holding the Nokia 6710 Navigator to take photos with the 5 megapixel camera, standard with Carl Zeiss optics and dual LED flash, the new shape makes them easier to hold.

The Nokia 6710 Navigator is expected to ship in Q3 at an estimated retail price of 300 Euros

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