Forget your touch-screens, your eight-megapixel cameras, your uber-advanced media players. What we want is a phone with a good battery life. Well, so hope Nokia with the launch of its never ending E75. Announced today in Warsaw, the Nokia E52's unique selling point is its humungous eight hours non-stop talktime. That's 480 minutes without once needing to charge the phone, with a standby time of 23 whole days. I know what I'm getting my mum for Christmas.
The phone itself is a slimline candybar handset that also sports a 3.2-megapixel camera, A-GPS, both HSDPA and HSUPA data speeds, with a 1GB memory card. Nokia's Eseries has been enjoying much success; in fact, the Nokia E71 was Mobile Choice's Phone of the Year at our 2008 Consumer Awards, while the Nokia E75 went on sale last month.
The Nokia E52 is expected to begin shipping in the second half of 2009 with an RRP of €245.