The New Nokia E52 Smartphone


Following in the footsteps of other E Series models that thrived in the Smartphone market such as the Nokia E71 and the Nokia E75, comes the new Nokia E52. This device remains in the bottom end of Nokia’s highly successful E Series family and is rumoured to have a tag price of around £220 when it is released in the third quarter of 2009. Aside from an impressive battery that will last you up to 20 days, the Nokia E52 has a lot of other striking features that give it the potential to be one of the best mid-level Smartphones of the year.
Aside from being a highly functional mobile device, the Nokia E52 is also an excellent office phone. It has Mobile VPN capabilities and a new application named Call Connect. Because of these features the E52 will be easier to integrate to companies’ enterprise telephony systems. 
The E52 also has excellent email support. Installed in the device is the Nokia Messaging application that allows users to use POP, IMAP, and SMTP email accounts on the E52. This means you can simultaneously use multiple email accounts (personal and business). Aside from allowing email attachments, the E52 also has support for Nokia Messaging Service, Mail for Exchange, and Lotus Notes Traveller, among other things.

Sporting a candybar form factor, the Nokia E52 will also come equipped with Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth 2.0, and quad-band GSM capabilities with HSUPA and HSDPA connectivity. Also included in the box is a 1GB microSD memory card, but you will have the option to upgrade it to as much as 16GB. The E52’s camera is workable at 3.2 Megapixels with an LED flash, enhanced fixed focus, and can accommodate up to 2048 x 1536 pixels. As mentioned before, the standard Li-Ion 1500 mAh battery is quite impressive as it will last you up to 672 hours of standby time and up to 8 hours of talk time.

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