Navicore's private 2007 software occasions on Nokia smart cell phones that utilize the Symbian Series 60 2nd or 3rd Version operating system, and on Sony Ericsson smart cell phones that utilize Symbian UIQ.
We tried it on a Nokia N71, which functions Symbian Series 60 2nd Version. The kit arrives with a Bluetooth GPS receiver, but you will require a windscreen or dashboard mount to maintain your phone in place.
The interface mirrors that of the smart phone on which it is set up. Menus are managed in content lists, which modifies the software to function rapidly. You can insert a postcode, a city and street name or only a street name, selecting the proper one from a list. Navicore finds its street database rapidly but assumed more than 30 seconds to calculate a route to Edinburgh.
The easy mapping display offers a option of 3D and top-down 2D displays, but the 3D view does not add street names. You can look a long path ahead in 3D mode, and an arrow showing your following turn is ever onscreen. The map informs smoothly, and voice prompts are clear, although they are sometimes given so early. There is too a built-in velocity camera database and free traffic data. The roadblock characteristics is superb.