Nokia demoes Ovi Maps SR6 at CTIA (video)

Nokia demoes Ovi Maps SR6 at CTIA (video)
At CTIA 2011, Nokia kindly demonstrated for us the latest version of its navigation software – Ovi Maps SR6, running on T-Mobile's Nokia Astound. Key improvements from its predecessor were shown off, including the live traffic updates functionality, and the ability to download map data over Wi-Fi for an area of your choice. A selection of widgets for the application has also been made available, along with the option to record your own voice for use with turn-by-turn navigation. Check out the video below for a hands-on demonstration!


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2 Comments

1. calamazoo unregistered

nice, thx, free offline navigation on a $80 phone might win Nokia some share of the US market...

2. sUsPeNc3 unregistered

I think almost all nokia phones have free offline navigation (by downloading the map to ur phone's memory). That is the only single thing I loved about the first(and last) Nokia I had, the N95. I sold it just because of Symbian. Android wasn't even out at that time so all i could compare it with was my old sony ericsson w810i phone (which I believe also ran symbian, not sure) but was much much better. I just don't understand how people like symbian when there are better choices out there :s

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