Mumbai: Leading mobile phone manufacturer Nokia on Friday said that it is targeting a bigger share in the domestic market by offering integrated navigation services to its customers.
Currently, Nokia has five devices equipped with integrated GPS - N95, N95 8GB, Nokia 82, Nokia E90 Communicator and Nokia 6110 Navigator.
“We are targeting a big growth in the Indian market. Around 50% of customers are welcoming the navigation capabilities in this market,” said Devinder Kishore, Nokia India’s director (marketing).
However, many other phone series including Nokia S 60 has GPS support via bluetooth wireless module, he said.
Nokia 6110 Navigator has pre-installed local maps for eight cities in India, which help the user to reach a location by car or on foot, with the help of voice instructions, the company said.
Nokia is the world’s largest mobile phone manufacturer and has a customer-base of 900 million worldwide.