In some markets , getting a new smartphone will literally cost you a arm or a leg to buy , but even with the introduction of cheaper models , the unlocked price of a feature phone vs a smart is huge , and because of this , many long time pioneers of feature phones have kept their feature phone production lines up and running , and today we have a new model from Nokia's S30 division called Nokia 225 . The Nokia 225 comes in both a single sim and a double sim variant , the phones are priced at a affordable 40 Euros ($55) off contract and as said before , it is powered by Nokia's S30+ software platform. The phone features a 2.8" QVGA display(no touch here), and it features a slim chassis that measures in at 10.4mm with a weight of just 100g . The phone features Nokia's Xpress browser optimized for low data consumption and it has Facebook, Twitter and Microsoft Bing search and a few games such as Block Breaker 3, Asphalt 6, Assassins Creed 3, The Avengers , Real Football 2012 pre-installed . the Phone has a MicroSD card slot which can take cards upto 32GB and it can serve as a mp3 player when connected to a bluetooth speaker , or store thousands of photos taken from the phone's 2mp rear camera which can also record QVGA video @15 fps . The phone features a SLAM -( a Alternative to NFC) and Bluetooth 3.0 and FM Radio . With 49 hours of music playaback , 21 hours of talktime and 36 days standby thanks to its 1200 mAh battery , the Nokia 225 is surely worth the price .