Summary: If the phone had been new as it was advertised by "Cellphoneforever" it would have been fine.But after about 2 weeks of use, the battery stopped charging consistently, and worse is that the key pad started falling apart. I could tell that the phone skin had been replaced with a cheap after-market version and some of the application were not working also. Basically, I got a piece of crap and was very diappointed and felt cheated and mislead.
Excerpt: The E52 is a piece of junk. I have owned Nokias since 1995 upgrading about once a year (probably 15 phones over the years). SETTING UP EMAIL ACCOUNTS E52 Email accounts are v difficult to set up - requiring extensive googling to force a workaround compared to E51. REPLYING TO EMAILS NOT POSSIBLE OUTSIDE DATA COVERAGE AREAS The E51 mail client allowed me to download Emails directly from my POP server, and also choose how much of the email to download by truncating large...
Summary: Mobile has poor lighting on the keys. always rebooting or switching off. memory always low after using wi-fi more problems then answers just wished i never bought it at all very disappoint at way software always crashes if not sms contacts if not camera, In short is not worth it sorry Nokia but its true.
Pros: Style of the mobile
Cons: To many things to say but really good looking phone but just mucked up too much times
Conclusion: Recently my beloved Nokia 6267 got stolen hier in Zürich (seems to be a rash of that of late). I had really gotten used to that unit's ease of use, and anyone who's been through this knows you're suddenly confronted with all these decisions: do I move 'up'? 'Down' (to something simpler..), to an iPhone, or one of its clones? Well in order to try to approach the 6267's great combination of biggish screen and large keys (i.e.