The Nokia 6210 navigator phone has officially been approved by the FCC, making it on course to be released on its target release date of Q3 2008. It’s a full featured smartphone running on the Symbian OS, and is equipped with a 3.2 megapixel camera, and a secondary camera in the front for video conferencing.
The phone uses a USB connection, and also accepts microSD cards for additional storage space. Newer additions include the self-mount car kit, which was missing from the N95, and other GPS phones. The Nokia 6210 also supports Assisted GPS, as well as MP3 and FM radio playback.
The Nokia 6210 navigator should be priced at US $430