Originally Posted by revrandy
Again I repeat the Nokia built-in GPS DOES NOT NEED A DATA CONNECTION. I have used it and stand alone GPS units, not clunky at all.
Again for posterity sake, the Nokia built-in GPS DOES NOT NEED A DATA CONNECTION.
No need to shout. Nokia is a phone that has built-in GPS just like many other smartphones. Nothing special about that. Just like all other smartphones, it has an operating system that runs various applications such as email and mapping software.
If the mapping application on your Nokia can show roads and search for gas stations, restaurants, etc. while outside of cell coverage range it must come with a substantial base map package. That is a good deal better than most mapping applications such as Google Maps. What is the mapping application you use on your Nokia?
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