A couple of months after the Nokia 225 feature phone was announced, Microsoft today has launched the entry-level, affordable 225 mobile phone in India for Rs 3,329. The phone is based on Series 30 operating system, allows Internet browsing using Nokia’s Express Browser, and comes pre-loaded with multiple apps including Facebook and Twitter.
Talking of the specifications, the Nokia 225 has a 2.8-inch QVGA (320×240 pixels) display, sports a 2-megapixel rear camera, and offers a microSD card slot to expands the phone’s internal storage space by up to 32GB. Its key attraction is its 1,200mAh battery, which the company says can give up to 21 hours of talk time and work for 51 hours on using its music player. Other features in the phone include of an FM radio, and 5 Gameloft games which come preloaded on the device. The company also claims that the phone features a splash and dust proof keyboard which makes it durable.
On the connectivity front, Nokia has launched the dual-SIM variant of the phone in India, however it does not support 3G. This phone however supports Bluetooth for connectivity. The Nokia 225 is available in black, white, green, red and yellow colors, starting from today itself.