This handset includes full satellite navigation right out of the box. You can even use it without a SIM card, as all the navigation information is stored in the phone itself. The handset utilises HSDPA for fast data transfer, it also features a 2MP camera and video, a TFT 16m colour screen and FM radio. This tariff, which normally would cost you £35, will save you a total of £180 over the contract length.
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NOKIA 6210 - BRIEF REVIEW
Look and feel
While the sliding mechanism is smooth and fluid, the plastic fascia feels somewhat tacky, while it's not the lightest of phones.
Ease of use
Operating on Symbian Series 60, Nokia continues its vein of producing phones that are a cinch to get to grips with.
Navigation is at the heart of this device, with A-GPS, Nokia Maps 2.0, voice directions, a search bar and an onboard compass.
While the navigational experience is one of the best we have ever encountered, our excitement was dampened by the poor battery life.
With a miserly battery life of just 220 minutes talktime and 220 hours standby, we strongly recommend buying an in-car charger for long drives.
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