May 12, 2009

Nokia revealed its latest smart phone E52

Nokia introduced its latest E series device, the Nokia E52–a voice-centric smartphone. The E52 can either be thought of as a massive update to the popular E51 or a traditional number-key candybar version of the bigger E75
The Nokia E52 is an S60 smartphone with a 2.4″ 240 x 320 pixel display, a 3.2 megapixel “full focus” camera with LED flash, 3.5G support and WiFi, a multimedia player, an FM radio, microSD expandable memory, Bluetooth and a standard 3.5mm audio socket. In fact, the E52 is almost completely identical to the recently announced Nokia E55 apart from the more traditional keypad. Ovi service support, noise cancellation and a new email user interface that can be found on the Nokia E75 as well - guess this means you can consolidate up to 10 email accounts. Nokia claims that the E52 is equipped with an “impressive battery life” that ought to last for up to 8 hours of non-stop yakking.

The E52 is expected to go on sale during the second half of the year for 245 Euros (around $325 U.S.). The smartphone will be available in metal gray or golden aluminum and will ship with a 1GB microSD card and a complimentary 60-day to File on Ovi.

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