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Nokia E52 is now available in Singapore

Nokia E52

The Nokia E52 was unveiled in May, but it has only become commercial available today. Available in Metal Grey Aluminium, Graphite Grey and Golden Aluminium, the E52 features 2.4-inch display, A-GPS, 3.2-megapixel camera, microSD card slot and supports high-speed HSDPA and HSUPA connection. 

The Nokia E52 is now available in Singapore at the recommended retail price of S$535 (including GST).
Nokia E52, the latest arrival in the company’s Eseries portfolio, offers excellence in battery life and voice quality with nearly a month’s standby time and noise cancellation. With features like HSDPA, A-GPS with Nokia Maps and a 3.2 megapixel camera, you can be sure that the Nokia E52 will meet all your needs with efficiency.
The new device also integrates seamlessly with corporate telephony systems, effectively complementing or replacing the need for a desk phone. Besides excellent background noise reduction, the Nokia E52 also boasts upgraded email capability with a new email user interface. The interface integrates perfectly with Nokia Messaging which pushes the world’s leading consumer email accounts straight to your device, Nokia’s corporate email solutions Mail for Exchange and IBM Lotus Notes Traveller.
Key features of the Nokia E52 include:
– Active noise reduction which removes background noise 
– HSDPA, A-GPS with Nokia Maps
– 1 GB MicroSD memory card (support for up to 16GB)
– Up to 28 days of standby time 
– 3.2 megapixel full focus camera with LED flash
– Support for Nokia Messaging, Mail for Exchange and IBM Lotus Notes Traveller

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