Nokia Business model "definitely worth a look"
22 September 2009 — 5:00 PM
Those in the market for a new smartphone may be encouraged to recycle mobile phones in favour of the Nokia E52, following a recent review.
Russell Jeffries said in an article for Mobile Burn that the device was not without some faults, but overall it has a number of facilities that make it well worth consideration for some business users.
Among these are a numeric keypad that is "very easy to type with", as well as active noise reduction for enhanced call quality and a "pretty decent" 3.2-megapixel camera.
Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity are also onboard and alongside the user interface and Symbian S60 operating system this means web browsing is noted as a pleasant experience.
"If you're after a no-frills business handset that is just as capable of firing out emails as it is playing music or surfing the web on your way home, then the E52 is definitely worth a look," Mr Jeffries concluded.
Those recycling mobile phones may also be interested in the fact Nokia was named as the Dow Jones Sustainability Index's World Technology Supersector Leader this week.
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