Nokia 225 4G along with Nokia 2.4 coming to Canada, reveals certification

Over the years, Nokia Mobile has made its base stronger in the feature phones segment, and feature phones have always brought a good amount of sales for them. Even with its Originals series, Nokia Mobile has experimented and revived some very famous and old Nokia feature phones like the Nokia 3310, Nokia 8110 4G, Nokia 2720 Flip, and Nokia 5310.

However, Nokia Mobile offers a very limited set of affordable 4G feature phones, but the situation may change soon. In a recent leak, we came to know that Nokia Mobile has currently three 4G feature phones in their pipeline, of which two of them, namely, Nokia 215 4G and Nokia 225 4G, have already started popping up on various certification sites.

A few days ago, the TA-1282 model of the Nokia 225 4G was given a green signal in Canada. The Nokia 225 4G will have hard (non-rubber) buttons, unlike the rubber buttons on the Nokia 215 4G. Also, the top four buttons will be LED-backlit. The device will come equipped with a camera at the back and support for apps like YouTube and Facebook.

Below are some of the specifications of the Nokia 225 4G that we could gather from the different certification sites:

  • Colors: Black, Classic Blue, Metallic Sand
  • Dimensions: 124.74 x 51.02 x 13.71 mm
  • Weight: 91g
  • Display: 2.4-inch, QVGA, TFT
  • RAM: 64MB
  • Internal Memory: 128MB (microSD card up to 32GB)
  • Camera: VGA
  • Battery: 1150 mAh
  • Processor: 1GHz
  • Networks: GSM (850, 1900), WCDMA (2, 4, 5), LTE (2, 4, 5, 7, 12, 13, 17)
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth, Micro USB
  • Retail Box Contents: Nokia 225 4G, Bl-4WL Battery, AC-18U Adapter (5V/550mA), WH-108 Earphone, CA-190CD USB Cable

The Canadian certification reveals the SAR value, which is 1.15 W/kg against the head and 1.42 W/kg against the body, which is well below the ICNIRP (International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection) SAR limit of 2.0 W/kg averaged over 10 grams of tissue, for mobile devices. The certificate further details the different types of radio equipment used in the device and their emission values.

The device is not officially out yet, but Nokia Mobile has a launch event planned on September 22. Along with the Nokia 225 4G, the Nokia 2.4 will also head to Canada, as the device was certified back in July.