The best of 3GSM, Barcelona

Last week in Barcelona was the world showcase for new mobile phones. Here is a collection of handsets that interested us the most (warning – not all will be available in Australia).

Nokia's 6210 Navigator: Good for Walkers and Drivers
Nokia's 6210 Navigator will come bundled with Nokia Maps 2.0, the latest version (now in beta) of the company's mapping service, which has a few neat features you don't see in most GPS handsets. The new Walk component creates turn-by-turn directions for pedestrians on the 2.4in screen (in addition to the usual driving directions) and works with the phone's integrated compass and an accelerometer to help keep you on course (systems designed for cars generally don't pick up changes in walking quickly enough to realise you've made a wrong turn, for example). Multimedia city guides are available as an extra-cost download. This HSDPA phone also has a 3.2-megapixel camera and FM stereo receiver.

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