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I recently had the 6110 Navigator, until it broke and thought it was a good phone and a good GPS system. I am currently looking at this 6210 as it's replacement, but I am stumped by the fact that this 'GPS' handset does not have voice guided GPS, apart from the 6 month trial.Or have I missed something?What is the point of this phone, if it doesn't have voice guidance? I could buy any GPS handset and get voice guidance. I do actually like the look of this phone though, so I'll just have to compare it to other GPS phones.Just seems like a really strange decision from Nokia to have the 'GPS' handset with only the trial of voice guidance.
I bought 6210 Navigator one month ago and I have already found some important defects, mainly on software:1) Phone software sometimes freezes(needs to take away battery to restart).2) Camera very often can't save photos and gives "System error".3) Alarm has very annoying issues: if you set alarm for working days, it blocks the phone calendar starting from saturday. If you restart it , following saturday it will be blocked again, so on…You also cannot set a repeated alarm for a day of week. It only works for the current day. 4) Rear cover is very fragile and difficult to open. I am always worried to break it, when I need to open.My greater concern is about Nokia support to 6210. They don’t seem in a hurry to fix bugs neither always respond to support request mails.
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