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The Nokia E72 Hits Store Shelves in the U.S. …Oh Come, All Ye Emails

December 8, 2009

NEW YORK, December 8 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — As Americans pack up and
hit the road this holiday season, most will take email with them. According
to a survey* commissioned by Nokia (NYSE: NOK), whose Nokia E72 smartphone is
in stores now, more than two-thirds (68%) of Americans plan to respond to
work-related emails while on vacation or over the holidays this year. This is
up from just over half (51%) who say they’ve exchanged work emails during the
holidays in previous years.

“This year, time off doesn’t necessarily mean logging off for most of us
over the holidays,” said Craig Coffey, Vice President, Marketing, at Nokia.
“The Nokia E72 is an ideal gift for those who want to stay connected year
round. With industry-leading messaging functionality, separate home screen
profiles for work and personal time, and powerful multimedia capabilities,
this sleek smartphone takes the hassle out of connecting and responding to
obligations that don’t stop for the holidays.”

    The Nokia survey also found:
    Drop the eggnog and reply to your boss

    - Among those who use email for work, more than two-thirds (68%) say they
      respond to "important work-related emails" in 30 minutes or less, with
      38 percent responding within five minutes.

    Age is of the essence

    - The youngest adults (18-24-year-olds) are significantly more likely
      than older generations to respond to work emails while taking time off
      this holiday season (86% of 18-24 year-olds, compared to 61% among 35-
      44 year olds and 67% among 45-54 year-olds).

    - One in five of respondents aged 18-24 years feel guilty or fear their
      job would be in jeopardy if they did not respond to work emails in a
      timely manner.

    - One in five of the 18-24-year-olds (19%) have missed an important
      social occasion because they were unable to access email in time -
      significantly more than any other age group.

    Give and get

    - Nearly one in five (19%) of 18-24-year-olds complete personal tasks
      (e.g., chat with friends, shop online, make weekend plans) while at
      work, while 22 percent complete work tasks (e.g. correspond with their
      boss, check email, draft documents) while off work or during personal
      time.

Add some extra holiday cheer to your social interactions with the Nokia
E72′s desktop-like chat experiences and email, whether with your friends or
your boss. And when you’re done communicating, snap sharp pictures of loved
ones with the Nokia E72′s five-megapixel camera, then upload your pictures
directly to the web or send them to far-flung family. With an optical navi
key and built-in Ovi Maps with A-GPS navigation and a compass, even finding
your way to grandmother’s house is easier than ever.

The holidays mean your calendar will likely be packed, but the Nokia E72
can help you balance a hectic schedule. With its multiple email accounts and
separate home screen profiles for work and personal time, you can be flexible
when it comes to choosing how, when, where and who to respond to – even if
you feel like you’re in a rush to reply. With so many people planning doing
work-related email over the holidays, the Nokia E72 handles work email with
ease, using either Mail for Exchange or IBM Lotus Notes Traveler.

Keep on track of all those messages over the holidays and beyond. With
Nokia Messaging, the Nokia E72 allows you to mobilize up to 10 personal email
accounts, and now you can also set up instant messaging (IM) directly from
the homescreen, accessing communities such as Windows Live(TM) Messenger,
Yahoo! Messenger, Google Talk and Ovi Chat. Just like chatting via the
desktop, people can respond to friends and colleagues across multiple
communities in real-time.

The Nokia E72 will cost 469 USD and is available through
http://www.nokiausa.com, Best Buy and other independent retail channels in
the United States. Be sure to check out the hottest holiday apps on Ovi Store on your Nokia E72, and thousands more on http://store.ovi.com.

* The online survey, commissioned by Nokia, was conducted by Fielded by
Opinion Research Corporation on November 23-24, 2009. The survey reached
1,019 American adults 18 years of age and older. The data has been weighted
based on U.S. Census data in regards to age, sex, geographic characteristics
and race to ensure reliable and accurate representation of the total U.S.
population, 18 years of age and older. The margin of error for this sample is
+/-3.1 percent at the 95 percent confidence level.

For hi res images of the Nokia E72, please see http://www.nokia.com/press

DISCLAIMER: Downloading of email, attachments, applications, maps, games,
music and videos and uploading of images and videos may involve transferring
large amounts of data. Your service provider may charge for the data
transmission. The availability and accuracy of GPS location services are
dependent on wireless networks, satellite systems. It may not function in all
areas or at all times. You should never rely solely on GPS products for
essential communications like emergencies. A-GPS is a network dependant
feature that requires a data plan. Additional charges may apply. Contact your
service provider for information about data transmission charges. For
corporate email access, you will need an Exchange e-mail or Lotus Notes
account and your Network Administrator must have enabled your account for
synchronization. Please contact your Network Administrator or e-mail account
provider for details, including the Exchange Server or Lotus Notes name and
domain, your username and password, and the access point for your wireless
carrier.

About Nokia

Nokia is a pioneer in mobile telecommunications and the world’s leading
maker of mobile devices. Today, we are connecting people in new and different
ways – fusing advanced mobile technology with personalized services to enable
people to stay close to what matters to them. We also provide comprehensive
digital map information through NAVTEQ; and equipment, solutions and services
for communications networks through Nokia Siemens Networks.

SOURCE Nokia Corporation


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