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Nokia 225 Manual

The Nokia 225 is a very basic phone and i was released in May 2014 with the Nokia 225 Dual SIM mobile phone. This version of the phone looks like the old Sony Ericsson phone which was hit many years ago. This version has no Bluetooth headset as it as stated a basic phone. It also only operates on 2 network bands being the GSM 900 / 1800 networks.

Nokia has aimed for the bottom end mass market with this phone so it has nothing fancy to it. It comes with a basic TFT, 256K colors mobile screen at 240 x 320 pixels which was the old standard for mobiles 10 years ago. There is also the standard loudspeaker as well as Vibration and MP3 ringtones settings. There is also a card slot for microSD, up to 32 GB as well as connectivity with GPRS up to 85.6 kbps and EDGE with Up to 236.8 kbps. There is no WLan but there is Bluetooth v3.0 and microUSB v2.0.

Nokia 225 Manual

The camera is a basic 2 MP, 1600 x 1200 pixels with a slow frame rate of 320p@15fps and there is no secondary camera. There is Stereo FM radio and WAP and nothing more that you could have expected a few years back. It has a standby time of about 25 days and talk time of more than 20 hours.

If you are in the market for a very basic business phone that does not require much then this would be it. The user manual has been added below but being a very basic phone you will not need this much. You can search this website for other mobile phone if this phone does not sell you. Many mobile phone designers and companies are going back to the older designs with basic features as many developing countries come online and they try to secure their investments. Another large market outside of India has been Nigeria where the Chinese have made inroads into the market.

Nokia 225 Manual

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