Excerpt: This is my first ever Nokia phone as im a Sony Ericsson fan. The E52 really surprised me with how fast it reacts and the great battery life. The GPS system is user friendly and dose not need much time to get used to. Shortcut keys are very practical and you can change it to really facilitate your experience with the phone. It could use some notification sounds at the start and end of call connection when the headset is connected.
Summary: i been using this phone for a few weeks now, it is smart , compact , slim , ligth weigth, and uniqe. though i think its a phone from nokia evolve from the brilliant E51, which i have used for three years without any negative side from it. with out a doubt the keypad are special with full qwerty stlye of messaging inputs, and using it is simplely taking a few day to get use to esspecially it hepls when in preditive mode.
Summary: I have the phone now a full week and I charged it only once, but used to maximum. It takes time to get used to the keys, but we keep learning, although is frustrating to start with, still is not a complaint. I love the battery life, is exactly as it should be, lasting and reliable. The phone is indeed very beautiful, but a masculine design for sure.
Summary: The E55 offer a high level of features in a compact study chassis. Although the partial QWERTY keyboard takes a little bit of getting used to, it's well worth the time taken to get accustom to it. It fits it my pocket much better than my other phone (an E71 - which features a full QWERTY layout). High recommended!
Summary: This is the last (and I mean last) in a long line of Nokias that I have owned. If ever you needed the evidence as to why Symbian is heading for the fate of the Dodo you need only look at this phone and go no further. Despite the fact that CNET reviewed this phone almost a year ago (Sept 09), there still isn't a version of Facebook for the E55, most apps that you can download are so buggy that they're just unusable and that's if you can find any decent apps.
Summary: I bought this phone after reading the reviews, and it more than lives up to expectations. Email is quick and easy to use. Battery life is superb. The only downside is no timer/stopwatch function. This phone still gets a top rating of 5 from me.
Summary: Very nice neat phone, lightweight. Fairly easy to use and set up for a beginner or someone not used to technology. Pictures are good even though it has less megapixels than some phones. Plenty of apps available for most people. GPS works very well, extremely accurate. Navigation via Ovi maps only used once so far but spot on.
Slimmest email phone yet...with a TON of features!
15 April 2010
Summary: This is an excellent phone with a huge amount of business (and other) features, and manages to find the right balance of seriousness features and great looks. First off, the keypad: Contrary to expectations, the not-so-usual "half QWERTY" keypad is not really all that difficult to use.