Nokia E52 announced

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Nokia announced the new Nokia E52, an ultra slim portable mobile office phone targeting the business users and not only them. One look at the phone and you will start wishing you have it. Not only it has a very elegant design, the phone is full with apps that make your everyday social and business needs fully fulfilled. The Nokia E52 is running on Symbian S60 3rd edition Feature Pack 2, the other specs include a 3.2 Megapixel camera, 2.4-inch 240x320 display with automatic landscape/portrait mode, Micro SD card slot supporting up to 16GB of memory cards, front camera for video calls, HSDPA, HSUPA, Wi-Fi, A-GPS, 8 hours of talk time and over 23 days in stand by mode (this is really something).

All in all there are no official technical specifications for the Nokia E52 yet but they will be published soon. (Update: technical specifications) From what we found the Nokia E52 will support Nokia Messaging, Mail for Exchange, IBM Lotus Notes Traveler, Nokia Maps and more. So, what can we say this phone covers all the areas from instant messaging, e-mails, GPS and what ever you can think of. Now it only remains to see the phone when it officially hits the stores and justify all the excitement the Nokia N52 caused.

You can get free S60 themes from our partners Symbian Themes dot us to style up your Nokia E52 mobile phone so if you have it why wait go get some Nokia E52 themes.

 


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Published on 06.05.2009 in Symbian Freeware Blog

Comments: Nokia E52 announced

Posted by emma barayang on Tuesday, October 20, 2009 10:57
how much that cellphone
Posted by Joel on Tuesday, December 30, 2014 04:43
Hi, I agree your words "Putting Linux into a closed phone and kpenieg the ecosystem and the development model unchanged is not changing anything. ".And I agree with anonymous that form factor is very important. I have no 770 yet, it seems that it's not been distributed in P.R.China. I have an E680 linux phone. Unfortunately, the MOTO only permit us to make JAVA apps. It's awful. You know the JAVA's performance isn't good. I hope Nokia's linux phone open it's sdk of C/C++ level. We can make lots of great apps. One advice: please think about rich accessaries, such as pluginalbe keyboard. For one my friend is a journalist, she wanna a light mobile device which can write articles. Yes, laptop can do it, but it's too heavy. I think a smartphone can do it, just need a pluginable keyboard, so she can write it soon and send it out via email using the phone. It's a great idea, I think. P.S. I am a software engineer of cell phone. Although I don't like the form factor of Nokia, I really appreciate the stablility and solidity of them.
Posted by Thelma on Wednesday, December 31, 2014 18:54
Build it in HTML5 so that users of real mobile pafoltrms can use the app too. Use BBM on BlackBerry to spread the word or iMessage on iOS. Don't bother spreading the word on Android because although their devices are hot, app purchases are not.Windows Phone?! are you serious? I don't even like running Windows on my laptop why would I want to ruin my mobile experience by using a phone that defaults to Internet Explorer for the Internet?! Who still uses IE? That's so 2003.Joel
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