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Nokia announces the E52 with 8 hour talk time

Rédigé par Matthew Miller le Mercredi 6 Mai 2009



I planned on getting up at 2:30 am this morning to see what the news out of the Nokia Social Communications team was, but my alarm refused to wake me up at this crazy hour. Today Nokia announced the Nokia E52 device that looks to have a slim form factor and incredible 8 hour talk [...]

Nokia announces the E52 with 8 hour talk timeI planned on getting up at 2:30 am this morning to see what the news out of the Nokia Social Communications team was, but my alarm refused to wake me up at this crazy hour. Today Nokia announced the Nokia E52 device that looks to have a slim form factor and incredible 8 hour talk time as the distinguishing features. As you know, I am a huge fan of the Eseries devices because they are rock solid and support messaging functions better than other S60 series.

The Nokia E52 comes in a traditional candy bar form factor with standard phone keypad. The latest Nokia Messaging client, like what we have seen on the Nokia E75, is provided on the E52 as well. It is designed for the mobile enterprise customer who is focused on phone calls with integrated noise cancellation technology and amazing battery life. I don’t know what the battery capacity is, but Nokia’s stated battery life numbers are usually quite accurate.

Specifications of the Nokia E52 include:

  • 2.4 inch QVGA (320×240) pixels display
  • Integrated 3G radio
  • Integrated WiFi, Bluetooth, and GPS receiver
  • 3.2 megapixel camera with flash
  • microSD card slot
  • microUSB connector (for syncing and charging)
  • Integrated FM radio
  • 3.5mm standard headphone jack
  • Dimensions: 4.57 x 1.93 x 0.39
  • Weight: 3.46 ounces
The E52 looks to be very similar to the Nokia E75 (see my first impressions article) without the slide-out QWERTY keyboard.

e52-010Nokia states that the E52 provides easy access to social networking with Ovi, Windows Live, Yahoo IM, Facebook, YouTube, and MySpace. I am curious to see if the Facebook part is just a link to the mobile website in a browser or if this means there is a Facebook client. I imagine Windows Live and Yahoo IM are through their OZ client. I am way too much of a messaging/data fan to go for an Eseries without a keyboard, but this looks like an amazing phone for those focused on calls.

There is no pricing or availability information yet on this new device.



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Tags : nokia, s60


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