Nokia has just announced the new E52 smartphone.
It looks like an identical twin of the Nokia E55 albeit the missing compact QWERTY keypad. Most of its specs are likewise the same with the E55 but it come with a slightly smaller internal memory of just 55MB (the E55 comes with 100MB). Its battery life, however, is quite impressive which is touted to last up to 8 hours of talk-time and up to 28 days of standby time.
Here’s a hands-on video courtesy of Nokia Conversations showcasing this new Eseries smartphone:
It’s scheduled to roll out in the 2H of 2009 with a slightly cheaper price of €245 or $325 USD before tax and subsides. If the Nokia E71 has the E63, it looks like the E55 has this new E52 as an alternative for those with an aversion to QWERTY keypads.