Microsoft is introducing the Nokia 222 and Nokia 222 Dual SIM–two new Internet-enabled feature phones designed to connect more people to the internet and allow them to capture and share their world. With the Internet-ready Nokia 222, you can browse through sites using the Opera Mini Browser, or explore what the rest of the Web has to offer using Bing Search. The phones are boasting 2-megapixel cameras and apps such as GroupMe by Skype, Facebook, Messenger, and Twitter. Another way to share your photos would be to take advantage of the built-in SLAM technology. Just bring two SLAM-enabled devices together to send or receive files.
In terms of battery life, you’ll get up to 29 days of standby time for the Nokia 222 Single SIM and 21 days for the Nokia 222 Dual SIM, with a talk time of up to 20 hours talk time for both.
In addition, the M radio and built-in MP3 player will keep you entertained for days with the FM radio playback of up to 45 hours, and MP3 playback of up to 50 hours.You’ll be able to download one free Gameloft game per month for a year and stay entertained with titles such as "Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood."
When it comes to storing your photos, videos, or music files, the Nokia 222 supports MicroSD cards of up to 32 GB.Incorporated into the Nokia 222 is also a flashlight.
The Nokia 222 and Nokia 222 Dual SIM will be available globally in select markets starting rollout in September priced at $37 USD before local taxes and subsidies.
- Operating system: Nokia Series 30+
- Display: 2,4" QVGA
- Battery: BL-5C ,1100 mAh
- Talk time & Standby time:
- Talk time: up to 20hrs
- Standby time: up to 29 days (Single SIM), 21 days (Dual SIM)
- Camera: 2MP CameraConnectivity: 900/1800 MHz, micro USB, 3.5mm AV connector, Bluetooth 3.0 with SLAM and
- HSP/HFP profile
- Memory: Up to 32GB Micro SD supported
- 116mm x 50mm x 12.9mm
- 79 g