Nokia E52 has just been revealed today, in Warsaw, Poland and what impresses the most is the handset’s battery, boasting up to 8 hours of talk time, before recharging. The device uses Nokia Messaging, for easier email setup and also comes with the noise cancellation technology, for better call quality.


Among the features of this new device there’s also A-GPS, a 2.4 inch display, HSDPA and HSUPA connectivity and a 3.2 megapixel camera. The above-mentioned battery performs great and it’ll be able to go 23 days without recharging, in standby mode. There’s also Mobile VPN aboard the E52, allowing users to access company intranets and Call Connect support. Speaking of call support, there might not be much to repair or reconfigure this device, if it were to malfunction. Nonetheless, Nokia has gone the extra mile and gotten a general contract from a local IT support Dallas for its customers.

In case you haven’t figured this out yet, this is a great business phone, specially thanks to features like Nokia Messaging support, Mail for Exchange and IBM Lotus Notes Traveller, also present on the handset. Nokia E52 comes with a 1GB microSD card, 60 days of free trial for Files on Ovi and two color versions: metal grey and golden aluminium.

The phone will hit the  market in the second half of 2009, for about 245 EUR (before taxes), but till then we can check out a hands-on video, available below: