pankaj, 07 Aug 2016i desperately want this mobile again. the best smartfone i used ever. refurbished will be fineIf you want, i can to tell you where sell it. But, i write from Italy, if for you is ok.
pankaj, 07 Aug 2016i desperately want this mobile again. the best smartfone i used ever. refurbished will be fineOK.call e 52
i desperately want this mobile again. the best smartfone i used ever. refurbished will be fine
Con, 10 Feb 2016Hi Jimmy, hi all, I'm on my second E52 handset. Does anyone know in which countries this is s... moreI whole heartedly agree with you. Best build quality, Excellent call quality and advanced connectivity features for the time when it was released, the E52 is a jewel indeed by Nokia!
Taha , 23 Apr 2016Is E52 mobile supports wifi yes it do's support wifi i have one and have used skype on it for many years via wifi when near bars coffee shopsand sutch like.
the E52 DO.ssupport WIFI I have one and its a good phone with a battery that lasts about 3 to 4 week depending I am looking for another one..
Cheeguevara, 07 Apr 2016Hi could you give me a adress or website please? hjyou can find it here gumtree.com.au. Good luck.
Naveed Memon, 10 Mar 2015As far as i have used this phone. It was best. But now a days you wont find new or even used e... moreYes, you can find brand new ones in Australia. I have bought one just 2 weeks ago.Great quality ever.
Leaving Android for Symbian S60, this phone is one of my best choices. Everything is great, durable and with the premium build, it can stay with me for years. Just surprise that there is still brand new E52 available in Australia in 2016.
plz give me nimbuzz for supporting nokia e52 and i have new momory card my old memory card destroy nimbuzz was working in old but not in new
Jimmy Kafle, 05 Jan 2016This is a brilliant phone if you want to escape the Madness of the New iPhones, Galaxy S, Lumi... moreHi Jimmy, hi all,
I'm on my second E52 handset. Does anyone know in which countries this is still available? Specific links would be appreciated. I suffer daily anxiety that I might one day not be able to replace this little gem. It is a pity that slowly applets such as skype have been axed.
I don't identify with the rationale of the current handset market.