vla-do, 20 Sep 2009I have E52 from Finland, and don't have any issues with it. :-)I also have E52 Made in Finland :) - Now the second time it has been sent to Nokia Care. The software was updated few times but it always becomes a usless "brick" 2-3 days after update.
Amr Nassare u must be joking..Area Manager of Nokia in Egypt&u dont know how to get this phone?By the way I am from Egypt too&this phone is sold almost evertwhere here,I know cause I got mine from I2 shop,so go there& u will find it but only in Silver.It is also sold in mobile shops&with Raya guarantee or u didt know that too,it is made inKorea& so far so good.
on a day to day basis of using it for texting, web browsing and sending/receiving mail the battery can last for 5-7 days without recharging.
It has been 3 days since last I recharged it and 4 bars are still left.
16000-17000 (IND RS. )for this phone... i read so many complaints
Good lord, so many ppl wailing about how bad nokia or the phone is. Give it a few months the get the kinks out and stop buying phones that arent meant for your area. take a deep breath; the phones will be ok.
vla-do, 20 Sep 2009I have E52 from Finland, and don't have any issues with it. :-)For how long do you have it for?
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NokiaLuvrFromJakarta, 20 Sep 2009@loco, Romeo are u sure it is hardware problms or firmware? whice country ur E52 made fr... morei've the korean one.. the don't sell the finland made in my country anymore :S although i have my old 3250 made in germany and i have no problems with it
Removed my E52's faceplate and it's indeed coated plastic. Thin and flexy plastic for that matter. Kinda disappointed. At least I'm not having software problems. But still, I would have preferred it a little thicker just to have similar build quality to E51.
Original_Jamaican, 17 Sep 2009People who knows the real OJ knows that my grammer would NOT be that off. Poor grammer is NOT ... moreI have no hands-on experience but it seems to me that since the E55 doesn't have a dedicated key for every letter, you still need to use the predictive text feature but now with a non-traditional layout. And wouldn't the E52 buttons be larger since there are fewer, making them easier to press? The few comments I've seen comparing the two all favour the E52 -- which I am very excited to buy when my pay comes in.
are u sure it is hardware problms or firmware?
whice country ur E52 made from? finlands or koreans? sorry guys, now im really curious about this issue. which one is better or worse, cos i am in the situation where i can choose either korean made or finland made for my next E52 (my relative in europe now)
one guy below from UK, complaining bout his finlands E52.
loco, 19 Sep 2009This is my last nokia phone. E52 is crap. don't buy it. monday i'm sending it to service, hope... morethat's right the E52 is crap i got it one week ago and it's not switching on at all i think it's a factory error or something. i'm waiting now to see if nokia can fix it or replace it for me!
i'm using n3250 xpressmusic for 3 years now and never needed to fix anything in it
nokia is going down! they don't care about the quality anymore and they'll lose their loyal customers if they kept doing this! i'm not satisfied with nokia anymore
This is my last nokia phone. E52 is crap. don't buy it. monday i'm sending it to service, hope it will be replaced.
i had 5800 and is moore stable than this crap.
Easy the best phone ive had, both for private and business use.
Have a HTC Diamond 2 as complement for webbrowsing and writing mails, but for voicecalls/videocalls and texting, E52 rules.
Gigi's , 19 Sep 2009TO Original_Jaimaican 2h 45m turned off
Thanks for timing the charge.
NokiaLuvrFromJakarta, 19 Sep 2009@trf
vertu is not nokia, but owned by nokia.
vertu is UK based not finland.
u can check... moreTo NOKIA-LUVR-FROM-JAKARTA:
Not because you DON'T see VERTU on Nokia's site means that VERTU isn't a Nokia. Nokia just reserves a special site for VERTU phones.
Look at LEXUS, Toyota makes LEXUS and you won't find LEXUS on Toyota's site. There's a special site reserved for LEXUS.
For the record people, I'm NOT saying I won't buy any chinese made products because China does make good original products. Example, I have a chinese made 8GB Transcend Class 6 Micro-SD card in my E51 and it works perfectly. It's also the fastest memory card I have come across. Previously I had another Class 6 memory card in my phone and it was noticeable slower than this Transcend.
My Transcend is so fast you forget a memory card is in the phone. The phone starts up extremely fast too and I have used up 1/2 the capacity of the card. It is said that when you have quite a bit of data on a memory card it slows the phone down...NOT my Transcend though. I suspect if I buck it to the brim using up all the capacity it will still be just as fast.
I also have other chinese made products and they are ok. My only problem is buying chinese made phones based on experiences.
I have posted this before, but I want to post again. For the benefit of others…
I have been a Nokia user for the past 10+ years, ever since M1 started some 10+ years ago. My very 1st hp was the "banana" phone, think it was Nokia 3810 or something like that. And ever since, I have had up to 20 or more models of Nokia hp already. 6510, 8250, 6280, 6288 (just to name a few) and many many more models I lost count and forgot the model number. So far, I have been very satisfied with your product.
But in recent one year or so, my purchases of Nokia phones have been disappointing.
1) 6210 Navigator: No good, the phone went for software upgrade once (at least)
2) E71: Some problem with the ear-piece parts. Replacement part not available (wait for one/two months; gotta wait. Complained and M1 (not Nokia) replaced one for me (Nokia no longer has 7days replacement policy).
3) E75: Software problem again, went software upgrade again.
4) E51 (Used): Ok, but unable to read memory card.
5) WORST OF ALL: E52, the phone just died on me. Unable to power on. Phone is still at Nokia Care Centre after one whole week!!!
The above models are bought in the time span of recent one year.
I was able to back up all my data in previous incidents (1-4), but in the most recent purchase of E52 (No power), it did not give me any symptoms of breakdown and I lost all my data!! Calendars entry, notes, messages etc…
Yes, this complaint is from just one customer, but I will definitely not recommend Nokia to my friends and relatives anymore. At the same time, I am sorry to say that Nokia has just lost a loyal faithful 10yo customer. And I will definitely not consider Nokia anymore in my next hp purchase. Perhaps, Sony E or HTC or even Samsung might be better choice.
From an utterly disappointing EX-Nokia faithful customer...