The Nokia E52 is the latest announcement in Nokia’s E-series of mobile phones (designed for business use) and has been pegged with an Australian release date in the second half of 2009.
The Nokia E52 is a fairly slimmed-down mobile phone, particularly when compared to some of the previous models in the Nokia E-Series. It clocks in at just under 1cm thick, which will more than likely prove popular with female users more so than males.
But its slimline form factor isn’t the only thing the Nokia E52 has going for it. Features include the likes of HSDPA, Wi-Fi, GPS and push email (using Nokia’s new client). The manufacturer is claiming that it features 23 days of standby battery life and eight hours of talk time.
Nokia is touting the E52 as being a messaging phone, although no QWERTY keypads have been included. This oversight may raise a few eyebrows, considering that other recent entries to the Nokia E-Series of mobile phones have included this – for example, the Nokia E71, which was released last year but still stacks up against more recent releases from competitors.