Posted on 10-Feb-2006 22:31
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Nokia is announcing the Nokia GPS Module LD-3W, which is compatible with a wide selection of Nokia's Bluetooth enabled handsets.
The most popular location based services for consumers have been integrated car solutions. Earlier, Nokia introduced navigation to its S60 devices. Now Nokia makes location based services accessible at a lower price point.
With a handset connected to the Nokia Wireless GPS Module LD-3W, consumers see their position with up to five meters accuracy, and the easiest route to their destination on a digital map provided by Wayfinder or Telmap.
The Nokia GPS module is expected to start shipping in the 1st quarter of 2006 and retail for approximately EUR 110 excluding taxes and subsidies.