Nokia has released what seems like the cheapest 3G touch phone with GPS with Ovi Maps with areal images to aid pedestrian and car navigation.
The phone lacks WiFi but provides ways to connect to your Facebook and MySpace accounts. Looks like it is slated for Europe and Asia. It costs 149 EUR.
Perhaps a good companion to Nokia Booklet 3G
Nokia Press release;
New Delhi, India and Espoo, Finland - The latest addition in the Nokia touch phone portfolio, the Nokia 5230, is designed for those who lead an active life and use their mobile phone as their primary instrument for music, photos and videos, as well as sharing their lives online. With the Nokia 5230, consumers can get new content, be it songs from the Nokia Music Store or apps, games, videos and other services from the Ovi Store, directly from their phones. The solutions offering is complemented by A-GPS navigation and the latest version of Ovi Maps with aerial images, 3D landmarks for over 200 cities and terrain map views for pedestrian and drive navigation.