Even this new phone lacks on fancy looks but its features may tell something why this thin-sliced handset may have your corporate life a bit easier, here is the complete specs sheet via SymbianGuru:
• Networks: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz, WCDMA 900/2100MHz or 850/2100MHz with GPRS/EDGE/UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA support
• Connectivity: Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP, WiFi.
• Display: 2.4″ 16 million color QVGA, 240×320 pixel resolution
• Camera: 3.2 megapixel and LED flash with video recording and playback
• 3.5mm audio port
• Support for Mobile VPN, Nokia Messaging, Mail for Exchange, and IBM Lotus Notes Traveler
• Built-in GPS receiver and compass
• Memory: 60MB internal, microSD memory card slot with 1GB card included
• OS: S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 2
• Size: 116mm x 49mm x 9.9mm (4.6in x 1.9in x .4in)
• Weight: 98g (3.5oz)
• Battery Life: 1500mAh capacity
• Talktime: Estimated 23 days standby time / Estimated 8 hours talktime
• Available in metal gray and golden aluminum
I believe that the coolest thing about this handset is how tiny and thin it looks, it just shows simplicity and admittedly, this handset won’t satisfy any smartphone user. But considering the battery power boast anyone will love this phone for emergency and an even more perfect choice for a disaster or wilderness survival phone.
In addition, its support for Mobile VPN, Nokia Messaging, Mail for Exchange, and IBM Lotus Notes Traveler are still generous features for corporate consumptions.
The Nokia E52 will go for a suggested price of $326 when it hits the streets in the second quarter of 2009.