In addition to the E series goodness, Nokia also announced the Nokia 6110 Navigator today, a quad-band smart phone with robust navigation capabilities. The handset is equipped with built-in GPS as well as AGPS (Assisted Global Positioning System), and comes with local maps pre-installed on a memory card so you can start navigating right out of the box. The Nokia 6110 offers all the navigation tools you'd expect in today's GPS devices, including text- and voice-guided turn-by-turn directions, real-time tracking, points of interest, and various options for route creation. An optional car mount will be available for purchase, but the device's compact size also makes it ideal for use while on foot.
On top of all the GPS capabilities, the Nokia 6110 is also a full-featured smart phone. It runs Symbian OS on the S60 platform and also has a 40MB user-accessible memory, a microSD slot, a 2-megapixel camera, a media player, and 2.2-inch, 16 milllion-color display. The Nokia 6110's also got love for 3G--w00t! Availability is slated for Q2 with pricing starting at around $580 for an unlocked version. Ouch.