Nokia 225 and Nokia 225 Dual SIM feature phones launched

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Nokia 225 and Nokia 225 Dual SIM feature phones launched
Nokia, extending its budget offering, has launched the Nokia 225 and Nokia 225 Dual SIM phones.

The Finnish giant has announced that the Nokia 225 and Nokia 225 Dual SIM will both be priced at EUR 39 (roughly Rs. 3,200) and will be available in select markets by Q2 2014.

Notably, the Nokia 225 Dual SIM has already been listed on the company's India site with no pricing and availability details.

The Nokia 225 and Nokia 225 Dual SIM come with identical specifications, except that the latter supports dual-SIM functionality.


The Nokia 225 features a 2.8-inch LCD Transmissive display which offers a QVGA (240x320) resolution and a pixel density of 142ppi. It runs Nokia OS Series 30+ and sports a 2-megapixel rear camera. Connectivity options include Bluetooth, GPRS and Micro-USB. It supports expandable storage up to 32GB with the help of microSD card.

The Nokia 225 packs a 1200mAh battery which is rated to deliver up to 21 hours of talk time, and up to 648 hours of standby time. It comes with dimensions of 124x55.5x10.4mm and weighs 100.6 grams.

The Nokia 225's features include a digital clock, recorder, calculator, clock, calendar, converter, alarm clock, reminders, phonebook, alarm clock with ringtones, and flashlight. It also features the company's Nokia Xpress Browser, which now includes Bing search inbuilt.

On Monday, Nokia started rolling out a new software update for its Asha touchscreen phones, bringing new functionality and improvements.

In March, soon after launching the Nokia 220 Dual SIM budget phone, the company unveiled the Asha 230 Dual SIM at Rs. 3,449.

Mobiles launched in April 2014
Display 2.80-inch
Processor one-core
Front Camera No
Rear Camera 2-megapixel
Battery Capacity 1200mAh
OS Series 30
Resolution 240x320 pixels

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