A new mobile phone could allow consumers to use mapping services
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The mobile manufacturer Nokia has revealed that it will make use of the services of MetaCarta, a business which offers geographic intelligence solutions, to improve its Ovi Maps service.
More than 1.2 billion people around the world reportedly make use of a Nokia device of some form and those using a smartphone could find that Ovi Maps helps them get to where they want to be.
The connection between the two companies aims to help mobile users find the information they require about a specific destination with more ease.
A mobile phone with Ovi Maps - which is updated for free - may offer a cheaper alternative than a separate satellite navigation system.
Nokia recently announced it is extending its Ovi Maps service to two new handsets - the E71 and E66.
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Posted by Sarah James