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Now that South Korea's handset market is open for more vendors to enter, it's no shock to hear that Nokia will be taking its shot. Oddly, the 6210 Navigator -- which is a pretty decent handset in and of itself -- will be scurrying into the nation without its most important feature. Due to a curious

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February 3, 2009 at 4:24AM
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We meandered through Nokia's booth at CTIA Wireless last week in search of interesting wares, and came back with pretty positive results. Granted, nothing starting with \"N\" or \"E\" was announced at the show -- unless you count the N810 WiMAX Edition, which we don't -- but there was still plenty of u

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Aside from the N96, Nokia also rolled out the 6220 classic and 6210 Navigator sets this week at Mobile World Congress. Both of these sets while fairly vanilla in design pack huge piles of features under the hood, from a 5 megapixel camera on the 6220 to GPS and Nokia Maps 2.0 on the 6210. Both reta

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The Nokia Navigator is back, and this time around, it's got enough 3G to satisfy pretty much everyone. Succeeding the 6110, the 6210 Navigator slider obviously puts an emphasis on providing directions to your destination, and a few nifty features help it excel at the task. First up, it features the

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No question about it, the N78 and the N96 are the heavies in Nokia's Mobile World Congress announcements, but there are a couple gems on the lower end, too -- if you can really call a navigation-ready handset and a 5 megapixel smartphone \"lower end.\" Taking advantage of the company's newly-introduc

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