Summary: Very good phone with a nice big screen (do not take the example of android phones and windows) Easy to use and it's also very functional phone with its pros and cons. Now the mobile phone market is difficult to find a business's phone (also not take the example of the iPhone). Symbian for me (the system is running on Nokia E 52) was the first mobile system.
Summary: Nokia makes phones that makes using easy and intuitive. The case is shiny but with nice brushed look. Keypad has not worn like most other plastic coating. Screen is nicely colored and not too bright. Very light in weight and size feels snug in the palm. Fast charging through USB or electrical outlet. Bluetooth holds reliable signal. Easy to connect to PC or Mac to manage data and import/export photos and/or contacts.
Summary: The optimum ratio of price, quality and functionality. Phone for those - who really works! Easy to use, intelligently simple and clear menu, ergonomic. It includes a set of essential features such as Wi-Fi connection, Bluetooth, Edge and 3G, and the presence of built-in GPS navigation will not let you get lost anywhere.
Summary: This nokia e52 smart phone may be a bit older(came out in late 2009)but it is never the less any weaker in any way what so ever then newer tech cell phones boosting full touch capabilities and software. Capabilities: In fact it outright exceeds on some areas like speed and battery life, not to mention the full specter email support and gps/maps with compass.
Summary: All the power of a smart phone, in a nice, thin package and an easy-to-use standard phone keypad. The E52 has the longest battery life of any mobile phone ever made...and that's a fact. I can use it for two weeks and it still doesn't need a charge. Use bluetooth or wifi and that figure goes down, but you get the point. The phone is Nokia quality. No complaints except the battery cover isn't as tight as I'd like...I use a case, so it's not an issue for me.
Summary: I was really happy to see how many people rated this phone 5 stars on Amazon. I've owned this phone for almost a year now and have had the chance to play with some of the newer smartphones that many of my friends have. I live in the Bay Area, so I can say that I'm in the heart of tech central. I'm a strong lover of the Nokia E5x series and have owned the E50, E51, and E52 (there is a good reason why I've stuck with this series).