The Nokia E52 is the latest addition to the E-Series range of slim and sleek handsets designed for busy people whose working life never stands still. The Nokia E-Series handsets tend to be unexciting but practical business workhorses.
The Nokia E52 is one of the smallest E-Series phones weighing in at just 98g and measuring 116 x 49 x 9.9mm. The one thing this phone lacks is a qwerty keyboard so this phone might not be so great for emailing like the other E-Series phones,
Some of the exciting features of this phone include the batter. The phone boasts astounding talk time which comes to eight whole hours before you need to recharge. The phone also has superb voice quality with noise cancellation feature which is an added bonus. It has auto-complete features and company contact search.
The phone includes the corporate telephone integration meaning you can replace your desk phone in the office. Also a USB charger comes with this phone. There is a quickoffice editor and data encryption.
It comes with a 3.2 megapixel camera which also includes flash. The web browsing on this phone seems to have improved over the last one. It has built in flash and auto-landscape orientation. Maps are also there which are really helpful at times.
There are three features which I would like to elaborate on. Firstly the ovi services which include push-email and IM with Nokia messaging, N-Gage Games; which work very well on this phone and the ability to geo-tag and share photos.
Secondly the music features; the quality of the music player is excellent and it has a standard 3.5mm headphone jack and a fm radio and storage for upto 6000 songs with a memory card.
Thirdly, it has social networking! Now which phone doesn’t have it these days? It supports easy access to ovi, Windows Live!, Yahoo IM, Facebook, YouTube and MySpace. Long list..
So all in all the E52 is a great improvement over the last E-Series phone but for those who don’t like phone without a qwerty keyboard might just change their mind after looking at this phone.