Nokia's E52 offers you 28 days of standby time (oh and A-GPS, 3G and Bluetooth)


Now I use my phone a fair amount, as I’m always chatting, texting or reading my emails, so battery life tend sot be a bit of a personal bugaboo. Nokia’s new phone won’t change that, as they provide you with 8 hours of actual talk time, but, and it’s a big but, the standby time is a lip licking 28 days.

Sure, that suggests you won’t actually be using it if you let it run that long, but it could work really well when travelling, and you’re trying to avoid inter-country data charges. The phone also has a selection of top notch features for both the business and casual user, which is reflected in the fact that it comes in colourways of black, gold and pink- and you don’t see Sir Alan Sugar using a pink mobile now, do you?


The E52 features built in noise cancellation, a 3.2 megapixel camera with flash, and an uber useful built in flash player to make browsing a dream.

It clocks in at a puny 98g, with dimensions of 116 x 49 x 9.9 mm. The phone has an internal memory of 60MB, but is expandable to 16GB via a MicroSD card.

You get all the usual high speed connectivity options, from 3G, HSDPA, HSUPA, WLAN, EGPRS and Bluetooth 2.0 and the phone should be out later this year; most likely free with contract.


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Zara Rabinowicz