Elari NanoPhone C, the world’s smallest GSM Phone was recently launched in India. The smallest phone in the world claims to be the size of a credit card and comes with dual SIM Slot. Elari NanoPhone C price is Rs. 3940 and is being sold on Delhi-based e-commerce site Yerha.com. The tiny smartphone comes with regular specifications and can be paired with any smartphone via Bluetooth. The mobile phone aims at helping people with an additional number to be accessible.
“Elari’s new ‘anti-smartphone’ model ‘NanoPhone C‘ is an innovative, high value product which is a bestseller in its category worldwide. We could not wait to bring this technically-advanced, designer mobile phone to the Indian consumers,” said Manikant Jain, CEO, Yerha.com.
“For digital detox, you can copy up to 1,000 contacts from smartphone to ‘Nano C’ with a single click, put in your SIM card, and leave your smartphone at home to be away from the Internet, messengers or social networks,” the company details about the smallest phone.
The nano phone comes with 1-inch TFT display, 32GB microSD, MP3 player, FM radio and alarm. The Elari NanoPhone C GSM mobile phone does not have a camera.
The tiny mobile weighs merely 30 grams and comes in three colour variants Black, Rose Gold and Silver. The 1-inch TFT display comes with resolution of 96×128 pixels. The dual SIM smallest phone touts a non-removable 280 mAh battery which can last up to four days in standby mode.
You don’t have any net-savvy features like wi-fi or expandable memory. The Elari NanoPhone smartphone comes with a tagline of ‘Hide your smartphone’ and connects with heavy and expensive smartphones. Essentially, this performs the basic call duties of a smartphone. The BT module emits much lower radiation than the smartphone which is good considering in health view.