The Nokia E52 (top) and Nokia E55 (below). The E55, despite being a higher number, was announced before the E52.
|Availability by country||Second half of 2009|
|Form factor||Candybar phone|
|Dimensions||116 x 49 x 9.9 millimeters|
|Operating system||S60 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 2 on Symbian OS 9.3|
|CPU||ARM11; 600 MHz|
|Memory||60 MB (built-in)|
|Removable storage||MicroSDHC (up to 32 GB); Hot-swappable|
|Battery||BP-4L, 3.7V 1500 mAh lithium-polymer|
|Data inputs||Numeric keyboard and five-way joystick|
|Display||240×320 pixels, 2.4 inches, 16.7 million colors|
|Rear camera||Back-mounted; 3.2 megapixels (2048 x 1536 pixels) with fixed focus (Extended Depth of field) and flash. It supports VGA video recording up to 15fps|
|Front camera||Front-mounted; 0.0768 megapixels (240 x 320 pixels)|
|Media||MP3, WMA, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, AMR-NB and audio streaming|
The Nokia E52 and Nokia E55 are smartphones from Nokia's Eseries range. They run Symbian OS v9.3 (S60 3rd Edition FP1). The E55 was announced on 16 February 2009, whilst the E52 was announced later on 6 May 2009. They are both physically and functionally identical, except that the E55 has a 'half-QWERTY' keyboard, whereas the E52 revision has a traditional T9 keypad.
They are available in Black, Black Aluminum, Metal Grey aluminium, White Aluminium and Gold. It comes with a 1GB MicroSD memory card, but it supports MicroSD cards with up to 32GB memory. It also has 60 MB free user memory. The E52 is the successor to Nokia's successful E51 model. Latest firmware version is v091.004 released on June 2, 2012.
The E55 has a special 'compact' QWERTY keyboard featuring two letters in the QWERTY order on a single key. See the bottom image on the right.
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- Accelerometer Sensors (Automatic Landscape/Portrait View, snooze for alarm, make incoming ring silent)
- Light sensor (for automatically set brightness for display and keypads)
- Microphone with the noise reduction function (used during phone calls and for video recording)
- One-Touch Keys
- USB Charging
- 3.5mm Standard Audio Connector
- TCP/IP support
- Serves as a Data Modem
- GPS and A-GPS navigation via pre-installed OVI Maps or any other 3rd party applications
- Bluetooth 2.0 EDR, A2DP
- 3.5G Support
- WAP 2.0/XHTML, HTML Browser (Flash Lite 3.0 Support)
- Digital Home Support
- Push To Talk (PTT)
- SMS, MMS, Email Support
- Stereo FM Radio with RDS and Internet Radio
- Printing to File (Remote), using LPR or USB PictBridge-compatible printer
- MTP (Mobile Transfer Protocol) support
- Voice Recorder
- Voice Command Capability
- Smart Dialing
- Text Message and Email - Audio Reader
- 8 Hours Talk Time
- 23 Hours Music Playback (battery dependent)
- 23 Days of Stand-by Time
- PDF Reader
- Remote Lock/Wipe Over-The-Air
- Quick Office Viewer/Editor - Word, Excel, PowerPoint Support (Free Update for Office 2007 formats support)
- Power Saver Mode
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It has been observed that the 5.5 Watt-Hour, 1500 mAh, 3.7 V battery can easily last 27 days of practical use. This is considerably higher than other phones in its class made by Nokia and other manufacturers. If WiFi, Bluetooth are used and built-in VOIP client is active, the battery will last about 24 hours.
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