The latest E series smartphone from Nokia would be the Nokia E52, where it is pretty much similar to the E55 in nature save for the missing QWERTY keypad, replaced by a standard alphanumeric keypad instead. Features of the E52 include a 2.4″ QVGA display, HSDPA/HSUPA connectivity, GPS navigation, a 3.2-megapixel camera, Ovi service support, noise cancellation and a new email user interface that can be found on the Nokia E75 as well – guess this means you can consolidate up to 10 email accounts onto a single device, so make sure you have an unlimited data line to go along with this unless you want to be faced with a hefty phone bill at the end of the month. Nokia claims that the E52 is equipped with an “impressive battery life” that ought to last for up to 8 hours of non-stop yakking, but we’re waiting for folks to test it and see how true this claim is. You can expect to pick up the Nokia E52 in either silver or brown colors from the second half of this year onwards for €245.
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