Last week, a rumor surfaced that Nokia is going to introduce a successor to the Nokia 770 Internet Tablet. The new device, called the 330, was supposed to smaller than its predecessor, but add some additional features.
As it turns out, some of this information was correct, but not the most important part.
The Nokia 330 will not be an Internet Tablet. Instead, it will be this company’s first dedicated navigation system with a built-in GPS receiver.
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It will come with a 2 GB memory card preinstalled with Europe-wide maps based on NAVTEQ map data, as well as other travel information.
Unlike most GPS units, it will offer entertainment features too, like a music player, photo viewer, and video player.
The Nokia 330 Auto Navigation is expected to be available in select channels in Europe before the end of this year. It will cost EUR 360 without taxes.