215 4G and Nokia 225 4G feature phones have been launched in . Both phones follow the Nokia 220 4G launched in July last year. Both Nokia phones have wireless FM radio, flashlight and Bluetooth support. As the name suggests, they come with 4G LTE support. With Nokia 215 4G and Nokia 225 4G, the brand aims to target entry-level users and evoke customers’ nostalgia.

Nokia 215 4G, Nokia 225 4G price, availability

According to e-retailer JD.com, the price of Nokia 215 4G in China is 289 yuan (approximately Rs 3,140) and is currently accepting reservations in the country. Available in turquoise and black colors. The price of Nokia 225 4G has not been shared on JD.com, but pre-orders will start on October 16th and sales will start on October 25th. It is available in classic blue, black and metallic gold colors. The Nokia 225 4G is also listed in the UK, with a date of October 30 and a price of £44.99 (approximately Rs 4,290).

As of now, it is not clear whether and when these two mobile models will come to India.

Nokia 215 4G, Nokia 225 4G specifications

Dual SIM cards (Nano) Nokia 215 4G and Nokia 225 4G are equipped with 2.4-inch LCD displays and are surrounded by thick bezels. Both phones are equipped with a 3.5mm audio jack, wireless FM radio, MP3 player and flashlight. You will get 4G TD-LTE connectivity, Bluetooth support, and a Micro-USB port for charging. The battery is also removable. You will get a physical T9 keyboard, which has become the main content of feature phones. Storage is also expandable (up to 32GB). In order to further arouse people’s nostalgia, Nokia has added Snake games on both phones.

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The main difference between the two phones is the optics. Nokia 225 4G has a VGA buckle on the back, while Nokia 215 4G does not have any camera.

HMD Global the Nokia 220 4G last year, equipped with a 2.40-inch display, 16MB , 24MB storage and a 1200mAh battery.

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