Nokia 225 4G gets a 2024 refresh: Boxy design & USB-C charging

On the front, you’ll find a familiar 2.4-inch display with a standard keypad. But the most significant change is the new USB-C charging port, a welcome update for convenience.

Under the hood, the phone maintains the classic feature phone experience with 64MB of RAM and 128MB of storage, likely expandable via microSD. Powering the device is a bumped-up 1,450mAh battery, promising potentially days of use on a single charge.

Camera enthusiasts won’t be blown away, but the megapixel count gets a boost from 0.8MP to 3MP. Software-wise, the phone runs the Nokia Series 30+ OS, focusing on essentials and avoiding the distractions of modern apps. This could be a big selling point for users seeking a simpler phone experience.

Leaks suggest a European price tag of around €100(~₱6,184.53), making it an affordable option for those looking for a reliable basic phone.



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