So in Navigators GPS related apps get the front seat: Maps, Landmarks on main menu and GPS data in Applications.
Any ways the 6210 looks really good, its a small phone and the buttons are excellent. At first the small menu and 'c' key on either side of the large navigation pad seemed odd but its really a very good arrangement. On the N95 I've so many times hit the Music key by mistake but no mistakes on this phone, the softkeys /call and call end keys
are large enough and so is the numeric keypad. I wish the N78 had the same arrangement. The slider is smooth.
Music wise (radio/mp3 etc...) the phone is good with a smaller ear phone jack than the starndard one. There's only one speaker is at the back and it is pretty loud.
Images are ok with the 3.2 Mp camera but the view finder is mostly grainy even in a adequately lightened room. The panaromic view can be really useful on outings.
Upgrading to Maps 3 and loading India's map was quiet a task but if the instructions are followed properly things work good. There's no direct sis file to install to upgrade, instead first download a Maps updater on the PC then it upgrades , then the older version of map loader does not work with Maps 3 so download the newer version to get Indias map on it etc...
I tested maps 3 both walking and driving. I can say you can rely on maps while walking but not so when driving. I think there are many new roads here in Mumbai which are not included on the map. I don't have a car , but I'm sure if my bus would have taken whatever route the lady in the maps was saying I would have surely been God knows where. But walking experience was better. Althouth it does not know shortcuts the longer routes are accurate. But whatever, I think this can be considered as the beginning and surely in some time there will be a lot of improvements. And yes , worth mentioning is that the GPS would always connect within a minute.
I think that at the price of 13-14K Rs the 6210 is a really good phone.