Nokia expanded its range of classic phones with the introduction of the Nokia
6610i mobile phone, featuring an integrated camera, complete MMS functionality
and an FM radio. The Nokia 6610i triband mobile phone (GSM 900/1800/1900) offers
a classic design, colour screen screen display and a solid set of features
including Java™ technology, an XHTML browser and SyncML.The Nokia 6610i phone is
expected to be commercially available in Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East and
Africa during the second quarter 2004.

The integrated camera in the Nokia 6610i phone is optimised for colour
screens (128 X128 pixel display) of smaller handsets. With imaging and MMS
functionality, users can send, receive and forward multimedia messages to other
compatible MMS-enabled phones. It also enables the user to edit images and to
attach images to contact information and with an XHTML browser, the Nokia 6610i
provides an online experience with more colours and graphics.

Singapore — Today Nokia expanded its range of classic phones with the
introduction of the Nokia 6610i mobile phone, featuring an integrated camera,
complete MMS functionality and an FM radio. The Nokia 6610i triband mobile phone
(GSM 900/1800/1900) offers a classic design, colour screen screen display and a
solid set of features including Java™ technology, an XHTML browser and
SyncML.The Nokia 6610i phone is expected to be commercially available in Asia
Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa during the second quarter 2004.

“The Nokia 6610i combines up-to-date technologies and MMS capability in a
classic design making it an ideal companion for both work and social activities.
While technologies such as Java and SyncML enable the user to be connected at
work, the integrated camera allows the user to share special moments with others
on the spot, ” said Peter Ollikainen, Director, Business Line Management, Nokia
Mobile Phones, Asia Pacific.

The integrated camera in the Nokia 6610i phone is optimised for colour screens
(128 X128 pixel display) of smaller handsets. With imaging and MMS
functionality, users can send, receive and forward multimedia messages to other
compatible MMS-enabled phones. It also enables the user to edit images and to
attach images to contact information and with an XHTML browser, the Nokia 6610i
provides an online experience with more colours and graphics.

SyncML support enables data from the owner’s compatible calendar, address book
and to-do lists to be synchronized over the air, making it possible to have
important data and personal information keep up to date whilst on the move.

Polyphonic ringtones and an integrated stereo FM radio offer a high-quality
sound experience, together with an integrated handsfree speaker that makes it
possible to conduct conference calls. The Nokia 6610i also supports the OMA
Digital Rights Management version 1.0.

Weighing 87 grams, the Nokia 6610i phone has a talk time of up to 3 and a half
hours and a standby time of up to 18 days. In Asia Pacific, the phone will be
available in grey and dark blue in the sales package.

The Nokia 6610i phone is compatible with several enhancements such as the
recently introduced Nokia Headrest Handsfree BHF-3, which can be mounted on the
headrest bars of a car’s front seat. The Nokia Headrest Handsfree is a
convenient basic headrest handsfree with built-in microphone, speaker and
detachable headrest unit.

Developers interested in creating software applications for the Nokia 6610i
phone can source product specifications, get technical assistance and download
tools from Forum Nokia, Nokia’s global developer programme, at http://
www.forum.nokia.com