Nokia Leaps into Mobile Web with Sports Tracker
The Good: Has navigation capabilities, in addition to multimedia and Internet browsing
The Bad: The handset's battery drains too quickly in navigation mode
The Bottom Line: Excellent choice for frequent travelers who also want state-of-the-art handset features
On a recent holiday morning, I waited nervously in a pack of cyclists at a shopping mall parking lot outside Frankfurt, Germany, suited up in helmet and Lycra and waiting for the starting gun. I didn't have a prayer of winning the bicycle race, an amateur "everyman" competition staged in conjunction with a pro event on the same day. But I did have something I'm pretty sure no one else in the peloton did: Nokia Sports Tracker.
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