Music and audio playback
- Loudness on/off
- Stereo widening
- Selection by artist, album and genre
- Album graphics display
Music playback file formats: AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, MP3, AMR-NB, WMA
FM radio 87.5-108 MHz with RDS support
3.5 mm Nokia audio connector
Ovi Music support
Voice and audio recording
- Media (Cameras, Gallery, Music Player, Radio, Real Player, Voice Recorder)
- Messaging (Messaging, New e-mail, New message, Read e-mails, Read messages, Read new e-mails, Read new messages)
- Organizer (Calculator, Calendar, Clock, Converter, Data Synchronization, File manager, Notepad, What time is it)
- Profiles (General, Silent, Meeting, Outdoor, Pager, Offline)
- Tools (Connection manager, Device manager, Help, Landmarks, Personalization, Profiles, Settings, Speed dialling, Voice commands, Voice mail)
- Application manager
- Navigator (= GPS data)
Enhanced voice dialling
Audio recording formats: .mp4
Speech codecs: AMR-NB, GSM EFR, FR & HR for CS speech call
Text-to-speech message reader
Personalisation: profiles, themes, ring tones
Video ring tones
User defined themes
Home screen Modes – Business and Personal
Software platform and user interface
S60 Edition 3.2.3
Symbian OS 9.3
Voice commands supported
FOTA (Firmware update Over The Air) & FOTI Nokia software update
Remote device locking (also via SMS message)
Device and memory card encryption (HW accelerated)
Predictive text input
Home screen Modes – Business and Personal
One-touch keys (Home, Calendar Messaging)
Nokia Mini Map browser
Contacts with images
Hands free Voice UI
Personal information management (PIM): contacts, clock, calendar etc.
Storage capacity depends on available memory
Contacts 2.0 for Eseries, contacts with images
Company name search
Support for assigning images to contacts
Support for contact groups
Closed user group support
Fixed Dialling Number support
Clock: analogue and digital
Alarm clock with ring tones
Calculator with advanced functions
Nokia Eseries Calendar with dedicated One-touch key
Create and accept meeting requests
PIM information viewable during call
Flash Lite 3.0
- Windows (MSN) Live
- OMA IM
- Ovi Contacts
Nokia Mini Map browser:
Adobe PDF viewer (try & buy)
Quick Office viewers (Quickword, Quickpoint, Quicksheet)
Nokia Email 2.0
Nokia Music Player
Nokia Media player
Nokia Messaging supported
Nokia Mobile Search
Nokia Office Tools
Nokia Ovi Suite
Adding more applications: IAD (independent application delivery) supported
Game pack included:
- Block Cascade
Text-to-Speech language packages and voice packages
Let your phone read your messages out loud with Text-to-speech, a tool which allows you to listen to text messages, multimedia messages, and emails. To utilize your Message Reader application download language packages and voice packages at the Text-to-speech page >>
How do I lock the keypad on my Nokia device?
To lock (or unlock) the keypad manually in the home screen, press first the left selection key and then the right selection key. Or press the power key briefly, and select Lock keypad.
The keypad of your device locks automatically after the keypad autolock period. To change the autolock period go to Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings > General > Security > Phone and SIM card > Keypad autolock period.
When the keypad is locked, you can still answer incoming calls and make calls the official emergency numbers programmed into your device.
How do I manage the scroll key light settings on my Nokia device?
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings > General > Personalization > Notification lights.
When you miss a call or receive a message, the scroll key starts blinking to indicate the event. To set the blinking time and which events you want to be notified, select Notification light.
When you do not use the device for a certain period of time, the scroll key starts blinking slowly as if it was breathing. To turn the breathing light on or off, select Standby br.light > Breathing light.
How do I setup Mail for Exchange on my Nokia device?
Your Nokia device includes a built-in multiprotocol email client, which supports the Mail for Exchange (MFE) account using Microsoft ActiveSync protocol. Note! Mail for Exchange client installation is not needed. Before setting up Mail for Exchange, you need to know your Domain name, Mail for Exchange server name, User name and password. Contact your company's IT help desk to get this information. The following steps guide you through setting up Mail for Exchange.
Start the e-mail setup wizard. You can find the wizard in the following way:
Select Set up e-mail if shown on your home screen.
Select Menu > Email (or Applications > Email) > New.
Select Messaging > Options > Settings > E-mail > Options > New mailbox.
When the setup wizard starts, select the following:
Select Start e-mail setup.
Select Start to begin entering the information for your email account.
Select Mail for Exchange from the list.
Enter your Email address, password, User name, Domain name and select Next.
Connecting to Mail for Exchange server might be displayed.
Select OK after you have read the information on the screen.
What to sync is displayed. To synchronise Calendar, Contacts and/or To-Do in the initial sync select them now. Otherwise you can select them later on the Email client settings. Select Next.
If you selected calendar, contacts and/or To-Do in step 6, then select either, Delete from phone or Keep on phone.
Now Mail for Exchange has been added to your device and it is ready for use. Depending on your company policy you may be requested to change the lock code. The default lock code for your device is 12345. New lock code is requested at defined intervals.
Note! If you forget the lock code, the device needs to be taken for repair to have the lock code reset. For information of the nearest center, visit your local Nokia Support website.
Device software update
Your Nokia device can be updated with Nokia Software Updater. To get great new features, applications and to learn more, go to www.nokia.com/softwareupdate.
Update to Ovi Sign-on to allow Share location and Ovi Sync with Ovi Maps 3.03 Download now
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In some cases, where Maps 3.03 is installed to your E52, it has been found that the application crashes when you try to share your location or sign in to the Ovi account. If this is happening with your device, please download the attached file and:
Ensure that you have PC Suite/Ovi Suite installed on your PC/device.
Read the section in your Nokia E52 user manual concerning USB cable connection.
Connect your Nokia E52 to your PC with the USB cable supplied in the sales box.
Select 'PC Suite/Ovi Suite' option in the menu displayed on your E52.
Download Nokia_32_0_2_S60SOA.sis and save to your computer.
Navigate to the saved location on your PC and double left click on the Nokia_32_0_2_S60SOA.sis to start installation to your device.
Does any body used Total Recall callrecorder 4 or ultimate voice recorder, I intend to buy either of these apps if they do not make a beeping sound while recording.
Please let me know you experience if you already used it
Web browsing on this phone using UCBrowser is fantastic. The browser provides a facility to download anything on the website. UCBrowser: thumbs up.
The phone is pretty wide screen and hence browsing net is really quite an experience.
[deleted post]You must be going thru a bad time =, seems like you are mad at something or frustrated, coz you are posting the same comments multiple times.. My E52 is doing fine and is giving me everything i could possibly expect from a smart phone.
Nokia E series are for business purpose where are Nseries are for entertainment.Nseries are comparatively heavy/bulky and are bound to have better Megapixels of camera and speaker, whereas E-series(especially E52) are designed exclusively for bussiness, thats why they have dedicated keys for email etc. Eseries are also very light compared to their Nseries counterpart.
To all the phone buyers, I suggest not to buy it because it is Eseries or Nseries but to buy it based on your requirement.
By the way, I am perfectly content with my E52 sound quality and camera( I had express music before, I see no defference).
I love the email features, GPS, etc
Nokia E52 Happy owner.
[deleted post]@sohail shafayat:
Did you buy a second phone,\. My E52 perfectly serves my needs. My camera is not slow. It is as fast as other smartphones' camera. The pic quality would be as good as you can get for a 3.2MP camera phone irrespective of which brand or which series. ?Battery is the best phone battery I've ever seen. It will last more than tree days with normal calls.
Nokia E52 has a long lasting battery of 1500 but does not long last so long as announced. Display brightness can't be changed. Sound quality is average or just ordinary. Camera is just like RUBBISH. It works so slow. N Series phones are much better than any E Series phones. I would like to suggest young guys not to buy any E Series phone, buy N Series phones only.
Anonymous, 09 Dec 2010Yes and No.
No: Because the software is installed in the memory card, meaning the executable ... moreThanks.
If we unstall the software from the memory card then the data which is stored in phone memory will also be removed?
Is there any process to clean up that kinds of data from the phone memory after unstallation?
Ashish Tapare, 10 Dec 2010I am big fan of Symbian Nokia. I got this Nokia E 52 3 months ago and it is just best phone I ... moreplease tell me where to get this application for my Nokia E52 phone..
1. uses flash as torch
2. iSMS (gives u threaded view messages)
How can I secure the data with a password, to prevent the others form seeing photos, sms or other things,
Ashish, 10 Dec 2010Yes it gives beeping sound but it's intensity is much low.Hi Ashish, may I know which version you are using. Can you share the key.
Ashish, 10 Dec 2010Yes it gives beeping sound but it's intensity is much low.I also used Total Recall Call recorder 3. but it gives beeping sound while recording, the other parties usually find the sound irritating, So I want any call recorder without beeping sound..
Any suggestions guys out there, Please suggest me ..