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. According to SlashGear review, “ We found that with WiFi constantly turned on, together with push-email from an Exchange server, a few phone calls each day and some SMS messaging we managed close to five days of...
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. What we like The E52's thin design is complimented by a metallic-coloured casing which wouldn't look out of place in a BMW or Jaguar. It might not have a fancy touchscreen but it feels good to use.
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. With its extensive use of metal, its excellent build quality matched by great ergonomics, the E52 is a no-compromise tool. Its hardware is top notch, except for the camera, but I guess everyone pretty much got used to it.
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.
Nokia's latest smartphone may not have a QWERTY keyboard but it boasts excellent battery life
Good Gear Guide.au
6 May 2010
Summary: Nokia's E52 is a strange device when you consider it's an e-mail smartphone that lacks a QWERTY keyboard. If you aren't fussed by the (admittedly excellent) numeric keypad, the E52 offers fantastic battery life in a slim and compact design.
Pros: Fantastic battery life, slim and stylish design, great numeric keypad, Nokia Messaging
Cons: Controls are a mixed bag, lack of QWERTY keyboard will deter many
Summary: Introduction The Nokia E52, being little brother of E55, is destined to have more qualities in comparison. Indeed, the major difference between the two terminals is the lack of Qwerty keyboard on the E52. Writing e-mails with an alphanumeric template is far from practical. However, the E52 loads at the same range as the E55 desktop.