Nokia has unveiled the latest arrival in the company’s Eseries portfolio, the Nokia E52. The new handset joins Nokia’s growing range of productivity optimised smartphones.
The Nokia E52 excels in the area of talk time and voice quality with nearly a month standby time and noise cancellation, and adds features such as HSDPA, A-GPS with Nokia Maps and a 3.2 megapixel camera.
The new device also integrates with corporate telephony systems, effectively complementing or replacing the need for a desk phone. Solutions like Call Connect – which integrate Nokia mobile devices with PBXs from industry leaders like Cisco and Alcatel-Lucent – allow people to be reachable through one number, help companies have less devices and voicemail boxes to manage, and enable cost control through features like least cost routing.
The Nokia E52 also boasts upgraded email capability with a new email user interface that integrates perfectly with available Nokia Messaging, a service that pushes the world’s leading consumer email accounts straight to your device, and Nokia’s corporate email solutions Mail for Exchange and IBM Lotus Notes Traveler. With direct access to either Microsoft Exchange or IBM Lotus Notes email servers (via Mail for Exchange and IBM Lotus Notes Traveler, respectively), companies can potentially save up to a third of their operating costs for mobile email and personal information management as there is no need for middleware or additional servers.
The E52 is expected to appear sometime in the second half of 2009 – carriers will be announced closer to the release date.