Quick question people...
On average how long does it take to charge the E52, with a completely empty battery, with the phone in OFF MODE ?
trf, 26 Oct 2009overheating during a call with the e52... well that is a first...
The e52 is probably the c... moreTo TRF:
I was just asking if anybody encounters any heating problems with E52.
Reason being ever since the new generation of Nokia phones, people have been complaining about overheating problems when talking for certain periods of time, when the phone is being charged and when other tasks are being done.
The first phone I remember hearing people complain about was the 6300 then the E51. I owned the 6300 and currently have a E51 and not once have I ever encountered any form of heat which deserve a complaint. I have only experienced warmness at times and that's natural for any battery operated device.
The worst about these complaints was these guilty phones getting so hot that they couldn't be held in the hand.
I guess I always get the original Nokias.
Original_Jamaican, 26 Oct 2009To SNR380:
I guess my E51 is pretty much flawless then as mine doesn't overheat with GSM us... moreoverheating during a call with the e52... well that is a first...
The e52 is probably the coolest of all charging mobile devices I have(no pun intended).
I really think "most" here have Nokia clones of the E52, that are experiencing these dire problems.
Try an iPhone, buy it from the US or anywhere else then tell me if it's hot. Literally or Figuratively. ^_^
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970just go to the Nokia Store.
Just ask for a Gold Aluminum.
snr380, 26 Oct 2009i totally agree with u.its been a year since got my hands on E51(made in finland) and its top-... moreTo SNR380:
I guess my E51 is pretty much flawless then as mine doesn't overheat with GSM use.
Does anybody have overheating problems with the new 'E52' whether GSM, Wi-Fi, 3G or any other network protocol use ?
I bought my E52 6 weeks ago and I had terrible issues - hangs, restarts, dead phone.
First time I sent the phone to Nokia Care and thay only reloaded the software but few days later E52 was dead again.
The second time (after my complain) they decided to replace the motherboard - the phone spent 4 weeks in the service but now it has new guts and works without any problems.
The old E52 had IMEI 355216 03 02xxxx 5 and new one is 355216 03 36xxxx 2 (the firmware is still 021.013), so the "Serial number" is much "older" then the first one.
IMO a lot of E52s from early production phase has very serious hardware bug and the Nokia is hiding the truth.
Original_Jamaican, 25 Oct 2009To DARIO: I hear some people complain about the power button of the E51. I have had mine... morei totally agree with u.its been a year since got my hands on E51(made in finland) and its top-notch till date. does anyone got a solution to the only drawback of E51- the over heating of the back panel????
ya e 51 is much better than e52 only they have upgraded the camera n nothing else
Original_Jamaican, 25 Oct 2009To DARIO: I hear some people complain about the power button of the E51. I have had mine... moreAgree. Used my E51 for a year and rubber buttons are still okay. A friend borrowed it for a week and well... she returned it without a power button.
Someone has modified the wikipedia entry for E52 and has removed the section about faults controversy. The change has been reinstated.
Anonymous, 25 Oct 2009Hi. I reading the review bulletin im confused if E51 is better or E52. I am from India. Thanks e52 is same as e51...it is jst e52 is the latest version of e51 with some advanced features...u shud go for e52....
can anyone tell me the price of e52 in indiqan currency? and also how is trhe performance of e52 for net purpose both on phone and through pc
Dario, 24 Oct 2009E51 is more robust??? What??? Power and volume buttons suck!! They're made by rubber. I owned ... moreTo DARIO:
I hear some people complain about the power button of the E51.
I have had mine since July 11, 2008 and my power button is still intact. Mine was made in Finland. Where was yours made ?
I think the reason why some of the E51 power buttons were destroyed is because of the owners misuse. They use their finger nails and other objects on the power buttons because according to them, it's hard to press.
I have NEVER had to use my finger nail nor metallic etc. object to operate my E51's power button. I simply press it to the right of the button and the button goes down easily.
Also, the side buttons have never been a problem for me, I too get those buttons pressed easily.
Rubber buttons are more sturdy whereas metallic or plastic buttons will be shaky right out of the box or after a few uses.
I do appreciate my E51 rubber buttons, no sweat to press them where I am concerned.
I held a E52 in my hands recently and I didn't even have to press the top or side buttons to see them wobble.
i am using e51 and as compare to e52 only the difference is of camera and memory support . the main draw back of e51 is weight and the same is with nokia e52. so price wise i think e51 is best option
Hi. I reading the review bulletin im confused if E51 is better or E52. I am from India. Thanks
i wanna buy this phone tommorrow so plz guys i need some advices from all about nokia e52
damn fassssSSTTTTT processor! Ultra light weight, good sound from the speaker.. 9/10