Nokia E52 Pictures, First Impressions
The Nokia E52 replaces the Nokia E51, and after a few minutes of playing around with it, it’s clear that the differences between both phones not only involve better specs within practically the same form factor, but a greater attention detail design-wise.
That’s because even if the E52 improves on the E51 by including support for standard earphones through its 3.5mm audio jack, and features a better, 3.2 megapixel camera with flash, what really stands out about this phone when first seen is its distinctive appearance. Check out the pictures below and see the phone’s “washed metal” look for yourself:
A personal favorite is the grooved aluminum back-plate, which incidentally covers the Nokia BP-4L battery. That’s a plus there, as that’s the same high-capacity battery that allows the Nokia E63, E71, and N97 to last relatively long on a single charge.
The use of aluminum means the metal-looking phone is surprisingly light. However, the trade-off is apparently less rigidity; it’s possible to actually make the phone twist or bend very slightly. Full review to follow!
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