Nokia 225 4G review
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If you’re after a simple mobile phone that can do the basics, the Nokia 225 4G (TA-1316) might be just what you need. It can’t connect to wi-fi, but you do get 4G mobile data, plus a music player, camera that can record video, and inbuilt games. Features aren’t everything though, so read our review of this basic phone to see if it’s worth buying.
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- Is there anything I should watch out for?
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- Should I buy it?
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