New Delhi: Nokia displayed some of its best GPS handsets at the Mobile Asia 2008. Amongst the first to be showcased, was the Nokia N96 slider phone, which has a built-in 16GB memory, with an option to enhance it further through a MicroSD memory slot.
This new model can hook up to wireless networks using its Wi-Fi feature, and is capable of capturing some stunning images through the 5 mega-pixel camera that features Carl Zeiss optics. Additional features include Digital Video Broadcasting - Handheld (DBVH), one of the prevalent mobile TV formats, and GPS with geo-tagging. The Quadband phone also features a new shortcut interface with a touch sensitive navigation.
Nokia also displayed its 6120 Navigator, an upgrade of the 6110 Navigator, which features a larger 2.4-inch display, and a 3 mega-pixel camera, plus geo-tagging.
Also on display was the Nokia N78, with a built-in GPS and a 3 megapixel camera. The phone supports an A2DP Blue tooth profile, USB connectivity, 3G and a 3.5mm earphone socket.
Another model on display was the 6220 classic, which has a 5 megapixel camera, with a xenon flash.