The Nokia N96, Nokia N78, Nokia 6220 classic and Nokia 6210 Navigator all exhibit different location based and multimedia experiences from pedestrian navigation to geotagging (automatically tags photos with the location where they were taken according to info from the cellular towers the phone was connected to at the time) and movie viewing to video and photo sharing.
“As we continue to free the Internet from the limitations of the desktop, we are taking mobility into a completely new realm of possibility,” said Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo, Chief Executive Officer of Nokia. “We are, in fact, redefining the Internet itself as we’re making it context aware and more personal. With context, the Internet becomes a medium of very immediate and personal experiences.”
Nokia Maps is taking its mapping and navigation experiences to the next level by enhancing its pedestrian navigation, adding multimedia city guides, offering satellite images, and sporting a redesigned user interface. Nokia Maps 2.0 adds ‘Walk’, a pedestrian focused navigation component to the application, while still offering ‘Drive’, a world class car navigation system.
Better images are part of Nokia's quest for capabilities of new phones. Nokia 6220 classic (pictured above) is a full-featured device that combines a 5 megapixel camera with A-GPS functionality to give new meaning to the phrase “to share”. High quality images and videos can be snapped, tagged, editedand shared online, phone-to-phone or even viewed on a television. The Nokia 6220 classic is expected to start shipping in the 3rd quarter of 2008 in select markets.