"Advanced fixed focus" is pretty funny on the camera...it just means "cheap camera without autofocus" xD
Anyway, there are other MUCH better E-series than this.
Good move by Nokia by introducing E52,since E55 Half Qwerty Keypad created dull impression.E52 looks more elegant with normal keypad.Nokia should introduce full Black colour in E52,will be an instant hit.Waiting for this awesome piece to be released in Indian Market.Does anybody have info on exact release date & price???
Nokia E52 seems to be a nice business machine with a fast processor and a real work-horse battery.
way BETTER than E55 ... finaly a good thing by taking out that half-QWERTY. looks more elegant !
116 long for a candy bar form phone with average specs?!?!?!?! ...joke. far too big!!!
wow!~ ARM 11 600 MHz processor!! that's even faster than the E75 and the N97!
A lot of discussions have been going on about E55 and it half qwerty key board and i think nokia has been following these discussions. SO now the have announced E52 which is nothing but E55 - half qwerty keypad to please all type of users and increase their market share.
A very smart move from nokia!!!
I can only see one main difference between this handset & the E55 & that is the keyboard! So why oh why is Nokia bringing out 2 handsets that are almost identical & will compete against each other. whats more are they both going to be the same price or different?, which in itself will determine which handset is more popular! Either which way i personally would go for the E55 because of the QWERTY keypad. At the moment I have the E71.
Nothing Special to talk about this phone. Nokia should bring some innovation to E-series phones like Touchscreen as well as Windows OS... Can't wait to see nokia bringing Windows to their Machines :)
What's with 240x320 screen!?!? 6260 Slide is also 2.4", but with 320x480 screen?!
the rest is superb!
This device is proof of the gradual erosion of differences between the N series, which are capable for business as well as multimedia and vice-versa with the E series. Both the N series and Nokia's 'everyday' phones (with a few exceptions such as the 6500 slide) could benefit from having the excellent build quality that is typical of the E series. The E52 will be a massive hit and it is hoped that the network operators will have the brains to promote this one, instead of cheap stuff with revolting colour schemes, useless displays and awful keypads.