Without much fanfare, Nokia has just announced its newest Eseries smartphone, the Nokia E52.
If you expect a revolutionary design from the E52, don’t. The new phone is just an E55 without a QWERTY keypad. So, yeah, it’s a slim candybar with a 2.4 inch QVGA display.
Like the E55, Nokia E52 is said to have an “impressive battery life” which should provide a talk-time of up to 8 hours with a single full-charge. It also comes with GPS, a 3.2MP camera, Ovi Services, noise cancellation and “the new email UI from the Nokia E75”.
Moreover, Nokia E52 supports HSDPA for up to 10.2Mbps and HSUPA for up to 2Mbps.
The handset has two color versions, silver and brown (like the 5MP E71i, perhaps):
Nokia said the E52 would be available starting the second half of the year, for a retail price of around €245 ($325).
Here’s a hands-on video with the Nokia E52, from Nokia Conversations:
If you liked the post, you might find these interesting too:
- Google Nexus One full specs. T-Mobile to launch it in January, invite only?
- Nokia E72 available now
- Nokia 6350 announced by AT&T, only $29.99
- Nokia E71-like LG GW550 WM smartphone shows up
- Samsung intros new Bluetooth headsets: WEP870, WEP850 and WEP470