Nokia 6110 Navigator

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Nokia 6110 Navigator
Compatible networksEGSM 850/900/1800/1900 WCDMA/HSDPA 2100
PredecessorNokia 6280 Series
SuccessorNokia 6210 Navigator
Dimensions101 mm × 49 mm × 20 mm
Mass125 g (0.276 lb)
CPUARM11 @ 369 Mhz[1]
Memory35 MB (internal) + MicroSD Memory Card (Included - with 512MB storage space)
Display2.2 inches, 320 × 240 pixels, TFT, 16 true million colors, QVGA
ConnectivityUSB Mass Storage via mini USB, Bluetooth 2.0

The Nokia 6110 Navigator is a mobile phone made by Nokia, announced on 12 February 2007. It has been available since June 2007. It runs on Symbian OS v9.2 with a S60 3rd Edition FP1 user interface. It is not to be confused with the 1997/98 Nokia 6110. The Nokia 6110 Navigator includes pre-loaded navigation maps.

The Nokia 6210 Navigator succeeded the 6110 Navigator.

In February 2008, Vodafone recalled 3,000 of their branded Nokia 6110 Navigators due to problems with its GPS application.[2]


A 6110 Navigator on display
Booting up Route 66

It packs many features with HSDPA and integrated GPS and Bluetooth. It was the second Nokia phone with GPS, after the Nokia N95 and before the Nokia 6210 Navigator and Nokia 6710 Navigator (in order).

Technical specifications[edit]

Updating software and maps[edit]

World maps can be purchased from Nokia through its website, though they are generally not the latest release from NAVTEQ/ROUTE66. These can be downloaded to the user's PC using Nokia Map Loader (requires Microsoft .NET Framework) or simply double clicking on the downloaded .SIS file with the phone connected to Nokia PC Suite by the data cable, and finishing the installation on the phone. The whole process takes approximately 15 minutes. The maps are installed to the data card and appear in the maps section as World Maps. Installing the maps does not affect the GPS Voice Navigation if this service is already being provided by the sim card provider. If the text, Street not Digitised Appears, the user can just zoom to current GPS location to enhance map magnification.

NAVTEQ's website provides users with a Map Reporter function where users can report missing streets, missing features, restriction, points of interest, errors in the spelling of street names for the Nokia 6110 Navigator. Users are encouraged to report variations in the interests of improving navigation.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Nokia 6110 Navigator technical details at Forum Nokia". Archived from the original on 2009-07-28. Retrieved 2009-07-17.
  2. ^ "3,000 Vodafone branded Nokia 6110 Navigators recalled in the UK". Archived from the original on 2009-07-21. Retrieved 2008-02-18.

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