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    Nokia Claims 23-day Standby & 8 Hours Talk Time for New E52 Smartphone!

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    Gearlog: "Despite its reliance on low-end feature phones and unlocked, almost-unattainable smartphones here in the U.S., Nokia remains the number one cell phone manufacturer worldwide. Today the company unveiled the E52, the latest in a long line of business-themed smartphones with a twist: a claimed 8 hours of talk time and 23 days of standby time."

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    Would love to see the phone that manages anything close to what they claim. You must have to be sitting on the cell phone tower and have every option turned off to get the battery life they claim. Its not a real world figure
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    All I have to say is DAM! that's a lot of juice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by planneau View Post
    All I have to say is DAM! that's a lot of juice.
    Theoretically yes, if it delivers, which I'm guessing it won't. Internal battery life estimates almost never hold true when you're dealing with hurdles that face us in our day to day lives...reception in different areas etc...
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    This is why Nokia is slipping..
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