When tech companies are busy in launching 5G smartphones, HMD Global has got a different route. By announcing feature phones equipped with 4G technology, Nokia is making a difference.
Though Reliance Jio and Bharti Airtel are making spending a lot on deploying 4G infrastructure, the Indian sub-continent is still in 2G segment. Leaving JioPhone, no other handset has grabbed the attention of low-cost 4G feature phones.
Foreseeing it as a good opportunity, HMD Global has got a good mix of 4G technology at an affordable price tag. The latest Nokia 225 handset delivers crystal-clear VoLTE call quality. In the land of 2G, what else a customer would ask for.
Nokia 225 4G Specs:
The Nokia 225 4G is a simple feature phone that provides superb VoLTE calls, basic web browsing, Facebook social integration and multiplayer gaming. Nokia known for its high-end finish has got glossy hard-coated colours with curved back.
Powered by an Unisoc T117 CPU, the Nokia 225 handset boots RTOS (Series 30+) Operating system.
With a decent 1150mAh removable battery, Nokia 2.4 would easily last for a day. Moreover, the built-in camera, classic Snake game and wireless FM radio will make it the full package in your pocket.
This 90.1-gram handset is surely the best pal that can stay with you for days. The company claims that Nokia 2.4 would surely last 20-24 days on a single charge.
The full details are as follows:
|Standby time (Single SIM)
|Standby time (Dual SIM)
|Talk time (Single SIM)
|Talk time (Dual SIM)
|Music playback time
|Up to 46 hours
Though it sports just 0.3MP VGA camera on the back, Nokia lovers will not be disappointed with the Nokia 225 handset. It’s a 4G feature-rich handset with an affordable price tag.
Above all, it’s a classic Nokia branded feature phone.
Nokia 225 4G Handset Specifications in Detail:
|Black, Classic Blue, Metallic Sand
|124.7 x 51.0 x 13.7 mm
|RTOS (Series 30+)
|SIM Card Type
|128 + 64 MB
|MicroSD Card Slot
|Up to 32GB
|3.5mm headphone jack, FM radio, mp3 player
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