Internet-enabled Nokia 225 and its dual SIM version unveiled, arriving this quarter

The Nokia 225 and its dual SIM variant have just been launched and if the Finnish manufacturer is to be believed, it is the slimmest internet phone from the company to fall under the affordable category. The feature phone is meant for select markets and will arrive in shades of black, white, yellow, green and red.

The Nokia 225 weighs below 100 grams and has dimensions of 124 x 55.5 x 10.4 millimeters. In spite of being so slim, it manages to support a 2.8-inch QVGA LCD Transmissive screen on the front panel along with a dust- and splash-resistant alphanumeric keypad. The phone takes a mini SIM card and has been fitted with a 2MP fixed focus rear camera that brings 2x digital zoom, video recording capability, capture modes, scene modes, light sensitivity and more.

Nokia 225 Dual SIM

Apart from Bluetooth for wireless data transfer, the Nokia feature phone boasts of a micro USB port and a 3.5mm audio connector. It may not have much internal memory, but you do get the option of increasing it further using a microSD card of not more than 32GB capacity. It is fueled by a 1200mAh battery that offers standby time of about 27 days for the dual SIM model and about 36 days in the single SIM one.

Nokia 225

The Nokia 225’s single and dual SIM variants will be made available in this quarter itself. You can visit the official website for more details.

Key specifications of the Nokia 225:

– 2.8-inch QVGA LCD Transmissive screen
– 2MP camera
– Memory expandable by up to 32GB
– Bluetooth, micro USB port, 3.5mm audio jack
– 1200mAh battery
– Single or dual SIM card slots

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