Nokia 2710 Navigation Edition review

Nokia 2710 Navigator

The Nokia 2710 Navigation is one of the first phones with GPS. It comes with SatNav support and A-GPS support. Take a look at its key features:

  • Affordable feature phone with GPS navigation capabilities
  • Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE support
  • 2.2″ 256K-color QVGA display with good sunlight legibility
  • Refreshed S40 user interface, 6th edition
  • 2 megapixel fixed-focus camera
  • QVGA video recording at 15fps
  • Stereo FM radio with RDS
  • Bluetooth (with A2DP) and microUSB port
  • microSD card slot (16 GB supported, 2GB included)
  • Standard 3.5mm audio jack
  • Rich preinstalled application package
  • Ovi Maps, Store, Contacts and Share
  • Opera Mini 4.2 web browser
  • Digital compass
  • Top-notch audio output quality
  • Bundled with car holder and car charger

On the right side of the D-pad it has a dedicated button for Maps. At the top of the phone you can see the 3.5mm jack, the charger plug and the lanyard eyelet. On the left side it has the microSD card slot and the microUSB ports. The right side features the dedicated camera button.

The 2710 Navigation has a 2.2 inches QVGA display. It supports a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels and a pixel density of 182ppi. The viewing angles are poor but the sunlight legibility is very good considering that the phone will stay most of the time in sunlight.

The 2MP camera shoots QVGA videos at 15 fps. As features it has white balance, resolution and other effects. The quality of the pictures is poor. All in one we don’t have what to say about the camera.

The phone has accelerometer and compass sensors. It is based on the S40 Symbian platform. Impressively the browser has Adobe Flash lite support.  The amount of RAM memory is 64 Mb and the ROM has 128 Mb. The phone supports a microSD card up to 16 GB.

Three colors are available: jet black, warm silver, white silver. The phone comes with Nokia Maps with lifetime navigation license and car charger and car mount in the retail package.

At connectivity it has Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP + EDR, a microUSB 2.0 slot and EDGE speed in 2G mode up to 236 Kbps.

The 1020 mAh battery has good life. It can keep the phone in standby for 490 hours and in talk time for 12 hours and a half.

Overall the Nokia 2710 Navigation Edition is a good choice if you need a phone with GPS and you don’t have enough money. Check good deals for it on


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