Cell phones have been around for quite some time especially Nokia and as generations pass, developments take place to introduce revolutionary equipment for use, in this case, the Nokia E52. Although it is similar to the Nokia E55 the only main difference between them physically would be the QWERTY keyboards. The E52 displays a standard 12-button keyboard as the E55 sports a 20-button keyboard. Another difference between the Nokia E52 and the E55 would be the memory card storage in which the E52, boxed up and brand new, is equipped with a 1GB micro SD rather than a 2GB, however the phone can support up to a 16GB micro SD.
As mentioned, the E52 and the E55 are practically the same equipment, including the dramatic display properties in sunlight or indoors. The same goes for its 3.2 megapixel camera mounted to the back along with a LED flash capability, the ability to work with any Wi-fi network using the 802.11 b/g, and runs smoothly with 3G networks(HSDPA 900/2100 and 850/2100 for the US version) as well as the previous 2G or Edge networks(GSM 850/900/1800/1900). Again the E52 can support up to 16GB of external memory(micro SD) and supports 60MB of internal(phone) memory.
Approximately 98 grams is as heavy as the phone can get which makes it less of a problem as some 3G phone may get a bit heavier. The loudspeaker is fully functional as well as convenience for texting or other messaging such as multimedia messaging or even e-mail. Now for its operating system, which would be the Symbian OS, S60, with a dashing 600 MHz ARM11. Its sensors consist of the accelerometer as well as the compass, and the radio plays Stereo FM with rds. It is also equipped with a built in GPS which supports Nokia Maps 3.0, functionality based on network speed, and the browser supports WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML, and Adobe Flash Lite.
As the specs only speak for the phone’s functions and programs, the users speak for its reliability and the rest. Not every so called “perfect” phone such as the androids or iPhones are perfect for everyone, but are perfect depending on situations and purposes. Which considers practically every phone to be the perfect phone depending on the reason for its necessity. As for the E52 may be one phone in a billion but can also be a billion phones to one person.