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cgena.com
Reviewed on 2010-04-21
After getting mixed reviews, mostly negative ones, about the last phone they added to the Nseries line – the much-hyped mobile computer – Nokia now updates the Eseries with the cool and classy , somehow hoping to tone things down a bit and get back t...
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hardwarezone.com.ph
Reviewed on 2009-09-26
The Nokia N Series of phones may be their most high profile portfolio that the company has to offer, but if there is one thing that the latest E52 mobile phone proves, is that the E series is a serious contender to its N cousins. If there is one lesson to...
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pcworld.in
Reviewed on 2010-09-03
Fantastic battery life, Slim and stylish design, Great numeric keypad, Nokia MessagingControls are a mixed bag, Lack of QWERTY keyboard will deter many
Nokia's E Series devices are predominantly targeted at business users, but the E52's subtle design will appeal to regular consumers as well. It doesn’t have a full QWERTY keyboard, but the Nokia E52 boasts outstanding battery life, a razor-thin design ...
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brighthub.com
Reviewed on 2010-08-07
The Nokia E52 comes in as a top of the line feature phone with a bold, slim exterior look. This is a phone that is set to take on the business world and come out on top because the E52 is a smartphone from Nokia which builds on the past successes of ...
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techtree.com
Reviewed on 2010-06-25
Slim design, good display quality, comfortable keypad, solid build quality, excellent audio quality, extensive connectivity optionsPoor camera, frustrating T9 dictionary, D-pad rim lacks a tactile feel, sluggish gallery
The new E52 is the latest E-Series phone to hit the streets and packs in all the features of the E72 sans the full QWERTY keypad into a more compact and pocketable design. We took it for a spin to see how well it performs. Bundle Related Links ...
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recombu.com
Reviewed on 2010-04-19
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....
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tracyandmatt.co.uk
Reviewed on 2009-12-17
You may have seen the Nokia E55 review that I did a short time ago. As Matt mentioned, I was really impressed with it. I now have the E52 to play with and the obvious difference I can see is that it has a good old phone keypad rather than a compact qwe...
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electricpig.co.uk
Reviewed on 2009-12-17
Slim style, stacked with features, better than N seriesFairly average camera
Nokia’s E series is in serious danger of eclipsing the mighty N series. And the slimline Nokia E52 is really leading the fight. The latest business blower from the Finnish phone fanciers, it’s a breeze to setup, great to use and has a longer life th...
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whatmobile.net
Reviewed on 2009-11-06
As BlackBerry gets ever more dominant in the business world, Nokia can’t afford any screwups. With the launch of the E52 (and the almost identical E55 that has a compact QWERTY keyboard instead of a numeric pad with T9), Nokia has ensured it as a sturdy, dependable, candybar shaped phone that is..
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digitalversus.com
Reviewed on 2009-10-31
Very small for a smartphone, Easy to manage system for contacts and emailsWhy ditch the E55's QWERTY keyboard?, Slightly weak battery life holds you back from making the most of it, Small screen makes surfing the web difficult
Nokia has just launched two very similar--if not identical--phones: the E52 and the E55. You can read our full test of the E55.Why no full test of the E52?We received both of the phones for test, but we decided to spare you a test of the E52. You can...
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trustedreviews.com
Reviewed on 2009-10-28
Nokia's N series handsets are usually the ones that steal all the limelight, but for many it's the rather more understated and more business-focussed E series smartphones that have been among the company's most impressive offerings. As a result the E52 ha...
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hardwarezone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2009-09-26
The Nokia N Series of phones may be their most high profile portfolio that the company has to offer, but if there is one thing that the latest E52 mobile phone proves, is that the E series is a serious contender to its N cousins. If there is one lesson...
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itpro.co.uk
Reviewed on 2009-09-24
The Nokia E52 is more than competent as a business phone, and its stylish to boot. It’s just the OS and speed that lets it down. ...
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techsmart.co.za
Reviewed on 2009-09-24
Most smartphones have one thing in common- poor battery life. On the majority of devices we test we’re lucky if we get two days worth of talk and browsing out of them. Nokia’s E52 has no new features to really get excited about, but it does feature som...
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asia.cnet.com
Reviewed on 2009-09-21
Long battery life; easy to use; good screen.Poor camera; keypad is less than ideal for text entry.
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mobileburn.com
Reviewed on 2009-09-21
Large keypad, snappy processor, awesome battery lifeFrustrating email wizard, fixedfocus camera, keypad text can be hard to read
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zdnet.co.uk
Reviewed on 2009-09-15
Compact and lightweight, Superb battery life, Usable keypad with large buttons, Two easily switchable home screensPoor key markings, Shortcut keys are slightly awkward to use
The E52 is Nokias best candybar-format E-series handset yet. Compact and lightweight, it crams in plenty of features and delivers superb battery life. If you dont need a touch-screen, consider this smartphone.
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stuff.tv
Reviewed on 2009-09-11
Spacious and highly thummable keypad. Support for Nokia Messaging. Integrated 3.5mm headphone jack. Ultra user-friendly. Awesome battery lifeNo autofocus on camera. Average video recording resolution
Nokia still persists with the switching mode for those who feel the need to separate their work and personal lives with different homescreen arrangements and settings.Keep pushingSupport for Nokia Messaging means push email is on the agenda and settin...
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Zdnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2009-09-09
Light, slim design, Easy to use, Good suite of business tools, Long battery lifeNumeric keypad isnt best for long emails, 3megapixel camera is a bit shabby
Not everyone wants a smartphone with a touchscreen and loads of entertainment features. Many people just want a device with long battery life, great call quality and a few applications to help them read and edit work documents on the move. This is the ...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2009-09-09
Light, slim design , Easy to use , Good suite of business tools , Long battery lifeNumeric keypad isn't best for long emails , 3-megapixel camera is a bit shabby
Not everyone wants a smartphone with a touchscreen and loads of entertainment features. Many people just want a device with long battery life, great call quality and a few applications to help them read and edit work documents on the move. This is the...
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Display

Display diagonal

6.1 cm (2.4")

Display resolution

240 x 320 pixels

Touchscreen
Display type

TFT

Display number of colours

16.78 million colours

Weight & dimensions

Weight

98 g

Width

49 mm

Depth

9.9 mm

Height

116 mm

Networking

SIM card capability

Single SIM

2G standards

GPRS

Data network

wcdma

Bluetooth
Bluetooth version

2.0+EDR

Camera

Built-in flash
Digital zoom

4x

Built-in camera

Battery

Battery capacity

1500 mAh

Talk time (2G)

8 h

Standby time (2G)

552 h

Design

Form factor

Bar