Slender and affordable internet phone
Display, Design and OS
The Nokia 225 comes with a 2.8-inch TFT display which runs on LCD technology and with a pixel density of 142ppi and a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels, also known as QVGA, offers a pleasant viewing experience. The OS running the show is NokiaÂs Series 30+.
Its dimensions of 124 x 55.5 x 10.4 mm make it ideal to be carried around in your bag or pocket. The handset is available in five different finishes namely white, black, yellow, green and red each of which is attractive. The keymat is reported to be splash and dust proof which enables the handset to last for a long period even if it is mishandled.
Camera and Storage
The Nokia 225 sports a brilliant 2MP rear facing fixed focus shooter with 2X digital zoom and capable of shooting 320 x 240 pixels videos @ 15fps. It is designed for producing images which do not need any additional resizing or edits before being uploaded over the internet, in case you want to do so. It has a microSD slot that can take in cards up to 32GB thereby offering sufficient capacity for storing apps, music, videos and games.
Battery, Connectivity and Entertainment
The 1,200mAh fuelling the Nokia 225 is expected to deliver up to 21 hours of talktime and up to 36 days of standby time in 2G network.
The single SIM handset has connectivity options like Bluetooth v3.0 with OPP and PBAP, USB port and GPRS with EDGE.
You can download and run videos, listen to your favourite songs, use the FM radio and access a host of popular and exciting games. The inbuilt Xpress Browser with integrated Bing search facility is designed to keep the data usage to minimum.
The Nokia 225 is an attractive mid level handset built for those who don't prefer to deal with smartphones but love to work and play. With 10.4mm thickness, it is undoubtedly one of the thinnest phones with internet connectivity considering the price at which it is available.