Nokia 215 4G and Nokia 225 4G have been launched in China as the latest budget smartphones from HMD global. Both smartphones come with Wireless FM radio, Bluetooth support, and of course, 4G-LTE support.
Nokia 215 4G
The dual-SIM (Nano) Nokia 215 4G is built around a 2.4-inch LCD display surrounded by thick bezels. It also features an MP3 player, a Wireless FM radio, a 3.5mm audio jack, and a flashlight.
The Nokia 215 4G has a removable battery that can be charged with a Micro-USB port and there is also a physical T9 keyboard which was really popular with Nokia phones in the early 21st century. This smartphone has no cameras and offers storage space that is expandable via micro SD to 32GB. As an extra, the company has added the legendary Snake game on this smartphone, bringing back sweet memories for a select number of users.
It measures 124.70 x 51.00 x 13.70mm, weighs 90 grams and costs $36.
Nokia 225 4G
This dual-SIM (Nano) smartphone shares the same display size as the 215 4G. It also offers 4G TD-LTE VoLTE connectivity, Bluetooth support, and features a removable battery that is charged with a Micro-USB port.
It shares all of its remaining features with the 215 4G, with the main difference being a rear camera. The Nokia 225 4G sports a rear camera with a VGA snapper on the back panel. It costs $44 and is available in Black, Blue and Gold, with pre-orders expected to kick off on the 17th of this month.
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