Nokia 6220 Classic Review: Sharp-witted Shooter: GPS Navigation, Games, ConclusionBy cheatmaster 10:03 Sun, 08 Aug 2021 Comments
GPS navigation is a nice surprise
Nokia 6220 classic has a GPS receiver of pleasing performance, as far as sensitivity is considered. It only took it about a minute to lock upon crecent start. You can also activate the built-in A-GPS feature to reduce this time even further. Have in mind though that data transfer charges apply in this case.
The built-in GPS receiver works with the Nokia Maps application, which is one of the software applications to offer the most detailed maps. Furthermore, it is free and relatively easy to utilize as far as the most basic functionality is concerned. A welcomed bonus is the three-month worth of free turn-by-turn navigation.
Nokia Maps 2.0 offers four different view modes: 2D, 3D, Satellite and Hybrid
The Nokia Maps application itself is giving small reason to complain. It has very decent looks and easily customizable route planning routine. Toll roads and motorways can be avoided and so can tunnels and ferries. Route selection can be set to either fastest or shortest. The app is also usable for pedestrian navigation or you can switch the GPS receiver off and utilize the phone as an electronic map.
The route planning algorithm can be easily customized
In case you don't want to utilize Nokia Maps you can go for a third-party application as there are quite a lot of those available.
The overall impression of the Nokia 6220 classic GPS functionality is positive, earning another point for the device. It will hardly leave a user disappointed and if it wasn't for the classy screen it could easily compare to dedicated GPS navigation units.
Nokia 6220 classic features a single game - Marble. We, for one do not find it too entertaining but that might be just us. Of course you can always download more games as there are dozens of them over the internet.
Only one game comes preinstalled on Nokia 6220 classic
To summarize, Nokia 6220 classic is better than its price tag and delivers without fail. For your buck you acquire an impressive range of imaging niceties, Symbian power and a snappy UI, plus all the added benefits of Feature Pack 2. Nokia 6220 classic is nothing short of a accurate Symbian workhorse. If only it didn't see a sick horse. And hey, we're not nagging for a flashy crowd-pleaser design. We just mean to say that the 6220 classic exterior is doing its performance no justice, all the more the dismal keypad.
Anyway, beside the looks, which is a subjective call, the absence of Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) is pretty much the only cautilize of frustration. On the other hand, there is hardly a handset to offer this kind of performance and features in this price range. If Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) isn't too high on your list and you're keen to find beauty in the most unlikely of things, you'll be enjoying a sensible purchase and strong performance.
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