KARACHI: Microsoft Devices Pakistan bolstered its line-up of high-quality mobile phones today with the launch of the Nokia 225.
The Nokia 225 features the cloud-powered Nokia Xpress Browser, which uses less data and delivers fast performance, even over slower networks. Preloaded Facebook and Twitter apps offer instant access to social networks direct on the homescreen, while people can explore the world from their device via Microsoft’s Bing search.
“The Nokia 225 is an affordable mobile phone designed to impress,” said Arif Shafique, Country General Manager, Microsoft Devices Pakistan & Afghanistan. “We remain committed to connecting the next billion to the Internet, and this handset builds on this promise.”
The Nokia 225 comes with a 2.8” colour QVGA display, 2 MP camera and supports FM radio as well as MP3 playback of up to 51 hours. Micro SD card support means that it’s memory can be expanded to 32 GB. It’s battery standby time is projected by the company to last 27 days and offers consumers dual-SIM capability.