Mobile Burn’s Russell Jeffries looked at the Nokia E52 and noted a number of its positive and negative points that may interest those in the market for a smartphone.
He explained that although there were some things missing from the handset – such as an autofocus feature on the 3.2-megapixel camera – the phone represents a simple, reliable and professional package.
When it comes to the mobile internet, the inclusion of 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity combine with a 600 Mhz processor to offer that make web browsing “more enjoyable,” Mr Jeffries explained.
The article concluded: “If you’re after a no-frills business handset that is just as capable of firing out emails as it is playing music or surfing the web … the E52 is definitely worth a look.”
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