The built – in GPS is worth appreciation. The device comes with a one touch Navigator button below the directional keypad, to allow easy access. The onboard speaker located at the rear is loud and clear. This becomes useful when one is driving in heavy traffic. The user can simply listen to the voice instruction and does not have to get distracted by the map that flashes on-screen. Further, to get from one point to another, one could choose between the option for – shortest route or soonest time.
As the car speeds through a road, interestinalso includes a nifty Pedestrian mode for those who decide to stroll to the destination. The handset uses Route 66 for its navigation software. Other features that makes this device a popular one are – automatic sensor for day and night display, adjustable viewing angle and 3D perspective, alarm speed while driving and alarm trigger at pre-determined spots of interests.
Connectivity wise the Nokia 6110 navigator is good. The device is enabled with 3G and HSDPA. It lacks the advantage of LAN and infrared, but it also has the benefit of Bluetooth and push email. The Nokia 6110 navigator also includes 2-megapixel camera at the rear with sliding door to protect the lens and integrated flash, plus a second camera above the 2.2-inch QVGA screen for video telephony.