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Nokia 225 introduced; priced below Rs 3,500

Internet enabled Nokia 225 has a dust and splash proof keymat and is to set to arrive in single and dual SIM versions

Nokia has announced a new Internet enabled mobile phone – Nokia 225. This 10.4 mm thick phone has been introduced both in single SIM and dual SIM versions. Nokia plans to sell the Nokia 225 and Nokia 225 Dual SIM for about Rs 3,500 approximately in the second quarter of this year.
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The Nokia 225, which bears a resemblance to the Nokia 220, comes with a monoblock design with rounded corners. Most importantly, it has a dust-proof as well as splash proof multi-tap keypad.

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The Nokia 225 comes with a 2.8-inch display and has the Nokia Xpress browser that offers bookmarks and information whenever you load the browser. Nokia has also preloaded few applications such as Facebook, Twitter and Bing search in the phone. The Nokia 225 also offers five games pre-loaded on it – Block Breaker 3, Asphalt 6, Assassin’s Creed 3, The Avengers and Real Football 2012.

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Nokia 225 offers a 2 megapixel camera at its rear. It has Bluetooth and Nokia SLAM feature to share files as well. Besides, the phone has built-in FM Radio for on the go entertainment. There is a micro SD slot in the Nokia 225 that can support a micro SD card of up to 32 GB capacity. Its back speaker offers loudness of 103 phone.

Nokia promises great battery life in both the versions of Nokia 225 – the single SIM Nokia 225 offers standby time of 36 days while the Dual SIM model offers 27 days. Nokia 225 can play back music for almost 50 hours and offers talk time of 21 hours. Nokia 225 and Nokia 225 Dual SIM will be sold in Red, Yellow, Green, Black and White colour options.

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