Excerpt: Announced in May this year, both the Nokia E52 and E55 have an impressive battery life, giving you up to 8 hours of talk time or 28 days of standby time. The Nokia E52 comes with a traditional numeric keypad, while the E55 equipped with a half-QWERTY keyboard.
Summary: The Nokia E52 is another member of the ever growing list of Nokia E-Series business phones. This Nokia phone comes in a display of bold colors and elegant poise. Keep reading to see what the Nokia E52 has to offer.
Summary: Following on from my E55 review, I look at its sister device, this time with traditional keypad - is there anything to complain about in the perfectly formed little E52? Don't worry, I manage to find quite a bit 8-)
Excerpt: Not everyone wants a fancy touchscreen phone and Nokia knows that. The Nokia E51 was a roaring success and its successor promises even more. Find out if we loved the Nokia E52 as much as we loved the E51 and more importantly if it's worth upgrading to.
Nokia E52 review: Very good like all Nokia Eseries phones
28 February 2010
Conclusion: So here we are at the end of reviewing yet another model of the Eseries. What can be said? Obviously, the Eseries have gone a long way, and alongside BlackBerry models, they mean business better than anyone.
Conclusion: The Nokia E52 is a slim, lightweight and stylish looking phone. Geared towards business men and women, it’s packed with features and applications to keep you up to date and in the loop with everything that’s going on.
Summary: The Nokia N Series of phones may be their most high profile portfolio that the company has to offer, but if there is one thing that the latest E52 mobile phone proves, is that the E series is a serious contender to its N cousins.