Nokia E52 Review
A new smartphone from Finnish cell phone company called Nokia E52 – very thin, aims to gather wide support among customers.
Nokia E52 Review
Who said that smartphones are just rectangular gems along the lines of the iPhone,beautiful and packed with unuseful functions and super expensive?
To refute the common place and to give new life to a branch of an industry that must be said, in and of itself is very healthy, tried Nokia, officially put into production of the new E52, the most recent of the note and series.
Very interesting package, which makes energy its trump card: super compact size (subtlety is the record) to the functions designed specifically for business users and users of midrange, every detail points to the concreteness and practicality. A device therefore more useful than good, trying to take the opposite path embarked upon by Apple with its iPhone. Chance or winning move? We’ll find out over time, meanwhile here are the specifics of this gem.
The E52 is a monoblock ipersottile which measures 116 × 49×9.9mm and weighs only 98 grams. Faced with such data is a major hardware / software package of great importance, which certainly does not regret products far more noble. Case in point is the lithium battery BP-4L 1500 mAh which, despite its lightness, is capable of ensuring good 8 hours of talk time and 672 hours stand by even (almost 28 days!).
But let’s get to the technical sector, the real heart of the apparatus and technological point that perhaps more interest to us: the display is a 2.4 inch 16 million colors and QVGA resolution of 240 × 320 pixels, and, with its rectangular shape, topped the numeric keypad placed under fixed it. But this is just a nice premise, because the qualities are all out in the remaining list of specifications. The E52 is a Symbian OS 9.3 Series 60 Edition 3.2.3 with 256MB of NAND flash memory, 60MB of internal memory (expandable with microSD cards up to 16GB), connectivity, quadband GSM / GPRS / EDGE and HSDPA (up to 10.2 Mbps ) / HSUPA (up to 2 Mbps). Among its features are not lacking Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR and A2DP, the Form A-GPS, Wi-Fi, an excellent 3.2-megapixel back camera with LED flash and 4x digital zoom, video recording function (VGA up to 15 fps), FM radio with RDS, 3.5mm headphone jack and many applications such as Call Connect (particularly useful for companies), Nokia Messaging (for email), Mail for Exchange and IBM Lotus Notes Traveler.
This, in brief words of Elvira Carzaniga, marketing manager at Nokia Italy: “The Nokia E52 is designed for those looking for efficiency in both the private and professional, that is for those phone calls to a high talk time, excellent audio quality and slim design.
In conclusion: a little gem that makes the practice his best shot at proposing a design deliberately sparse and essential for a concrete that will surely be the envy of many rivals (more prestigious). Nokia E52 will come in markets around the world (including Italy) in colors Metal Gray Aluminum and Golden Alluminian by the end of the year at a cost of about 300 euros. So in the USA the price of Nokia E52 is going to be around $430 dollars.
In short, a high-end device, which should make all those throat outward prepend inner qualities. It will be a success or, in the end, what matters is dimosterà always be like the design and style of the product? The market will give us the answer.