Nokia launches new navigation phone

Nokia is making good on its promise to fill the world with navigation phones with the launch of the Nokia 6220 Classic; a phone with an A-GPS location finder, the latest version of Nokia Maps and a built-in compass.


The 6220 Classic comes with a 5 megapixel camera with a Xenon flash and Carl Zeiss optics and, thanks to the A-GPS functionality, you'll also be able to geo-tag photos with their precise coordinates, which makes them easier to search and share.


Other features on the 6220 Classic include HSDPA data speeds, email, music player, a large 2.2ins display, FM radio with RDS and a TV-out feature which lets you view the phone's photos and videos on your TV. The handset costs 257 euros before taxes and subsidies.


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