As we’ve already mentioned, 6210 Navigator is one of the first model of the manufacturer employing the S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 2 interface. It is the latest and optimized version, adding a few things.

One of them is the option to choose a whether the StandBy application is visualized horizontally in the upper part of the screen or vertically on the left. The first mode we know from previous models, and here it also has six shortcuts, which can be modified according to your needs. The second option however, shows only four icons, which expand when selected and offer additional options.

The Task manager is now accessible from the options of every menu and also visualizes horizontally.

The phonebook brings no innovations, but the screen during a call has been modified. Previously, in the event of an incoming call the contact’s picture (if any) appeared very small. Now, that’s in the past, because the photograph takes up the entire screen and there is no need for additional applications.


All organizing functions can be found in the Organizer menu.

The calendar is the same as in previous Symbian devices. Yoy have the option to choose between four types of events (Meeting/Memo/Anniversary/To-do), Location, Start and end time, alarm, repetition and synchronization.

The Quickoffice application opens Word, Excel and PowerPoint files, made only with Office 2003. If you want to edit and work on 2007 documents, you’ll have to buy an additional license for the “modest” $70.

The Adobe PDF reader LE (Light Edition) 1.5 will let you view fast and quick files with large content without any trouble with the pictures and the text.

The Zip manager allows you to open archives, compressed in Zip format. This could be a very handy application.

In the same menu you’ll find the Notes, Clocks, Alarms, Calculator, Dictionary, Converter and Active Notes.


1 Comment

1. gogliogi unregistered

I bought 6210 Navigator one month ago and I have already found some important defects, mainly on software: 1) Phone software sometimes freezes(needs to take away battery to restart). 2) Camera very often can't save photos and gives "System error". 3) Alarm has very annoying issues: if you set alarm for working days, it blocks the phone calendar starting from saturday. If you restart it , following saturday it will be blocked again, so on… You also cannot set a repeated alarm for a day of week. It only works for the current day. 4) Rear cover is very fragile and difficult to open. I am always worried to break it, when I need to open. My greater concern is about Nokia support to 6210. They don’t seem in a hurry to fix bugs neither respond to support request mails.
6210 Navigator
  • Display 2.4" 240 x 320 pixels
  • Camera 3.2 MP
  • Storage 0.12 GB
  • Battery 950 mAh(2.80h 3G talk time)

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