Nokia 220 vs Nokia 225 Dual SIM for India


In many of our comparisons we look at smartphones for different price points, but many people are still happy to buy a feature phone. Today we’re looking at the Nokia 220 vs. Nokia 225 Dual SIM for India, with a comparison of what they have to offer.

The Nokia 220 released earlier this year while the Nokia 225 Dual SIM has just arrived for sale. While these don’t offer the specs and features of a smartphone, they are extremely affordable. We’ll give you the major details of each.

The Nokia 220 has a 2.4-inch TFT display with resolution of 320 x 240 and 167 ppi. The Nokia 225 has a 2.8-inch TFT display with resolution of 320 x 240 and 143 ppi.

The Nokia 220 has microSD up to 32GB with call records and a 500-entry phonebook. The Nokia 225 also has microSD up to 32GB with call records, but this one has a 1000-entry phonebook.

You’ll find the same 2-megapixel camera on both devices offering QVGA video, but no secondary camera on either.

The Nokia 220 has a 1100 mAh battery while the Nokia 225 has a 1200 mAh variety.

The Nokia 220 supports 2G, Bluetooth 3.0, GPRS and microUSB 1.1. The Nokia 225 supports 2G, Bluetooth 3.0, GPRS, EDGE and microUSB 2.0.

Both phones FM Radio and 3.5mm head jack, along with SNS, MP4, MP3, organizer, voice memo, and predictive text input.

Dimensions and Weight
The Nokia 220 measures 116.4mm x 50.3mm x 13.2mm and weighs 83.6g. The Nokia 225 measures 124mm x 55.5mm x 10.4mm and weighs 100.6g.

The Nokia 220 price is around Rs. 2,700 at various retailers. The official price of the Nokia 225 Dual SIM is Rs. 3,199.

As you can see it’s probably worth paying the bit extra for the Nokia 225 Dual SIM (pictured below), which is the newest phone of the two, although the differences are not too significant in many cases. Do you think you might buy the Nokia 220 or Nokia 225 feature phone?


One thought on “Nokia 220 vs Nokia 225 Dual SIM for India”

  1. MaKo says:

    any idea about (visible) difference in quality of compared displays?
    2.4 inch (167 ppi) vs. 2.8 inch (143 ppi)

    with the same resolution of 240 x 320 pixels…

    I would really like to know if it is visible in reality and how much,

    Many Thanks

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