Nokia 2710 Navigation Edition Review

If you travel a lot and need the help of GPS, and you do not want to spend some large sums on navigation devices, and you also want a mobile phone, then the Nokia 2710 Navigation Edition is the right solution for you. The Nokia 2710 Navigation Edition is a phone that appeared during 2010 and is primarily intended for proper guidance, ie to get you safely to the desired destination. Nokia Maps service is a great help in that, which is something that a Finnish company can always count on as its plus.

The Nokia 2710 Navigation Edition is a phone with a classic monoblock shape and common dimensions (111.2 x 45.7 x 13.7 mm). What first catches your eye is its relatively small screen (2.2 inches), which is unusual with a single navigation device. It should be immediately noted that the Nokia 2710 Navigation Edition is not a phone that completely replaces classic navigation devices, but it is a phone that has quick access to navigation and locations, primarily in urban areas. The Nokia 2710 Navigation Edition comes with a lifetime license for the Nokia Maps service, so once you buy this phone you won’t have to worry about paying for map updates.

The design of the Nokia 2710 Navigation Edition does not differ from most Nokia models, nor does it differ from the operating system (S40) that normally runs most Nokia models (not including smartphones). So, there will be no problems with using this phone, because everything is quite simple.

In addition to navigation, the Nokia 2710 Navigation Edition also has a 2-megapixel camera, which also records video material. There is also a media player with multiple supported formats. The internal memory is 64 MB, while with the help of the card it can be upgraded to 16 GB. The Nokia 2710 Navigation Edition also offers users FM radio, GPRS, but no 3G and WiFi. There is a Bluetooth 2.0 and Micro USB cable to connect to a computer.

The Nokia 2710 Navigation Edition is a phone with a normal look and somewhat unusual features, with the main complaint being the small screen. For those who can get over it, the Nokia 2710 Navigation Edition is a good choice. If for no other reason, then because you will put navigation in your phone, and at the same time you will pay more than the correct price.

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