Global forces have all been eyeing to enter the Indian markets over the past few years. Having become one of the focal points in the world of technology, the latest name to be launched in India is Russia’s Elari. Elari has now launched the world’s smallest phone in India. The Elari NanoPhone C, which is available on the Indian E-Commerce website Yerha, is claimed to be the world’s smallest GSM phone. Let us take a detailed look at this device and what it offers.
Elari NanoPhone C Features
The Elari NanoPhone C, which is no bigger in size than a Credit Card, weighs only 30 grams, and comes out with a 1 inched display. The phone’s dimensions are 94.4×35.85×7.6mm and it is a thin, lightweight and compact device. The 1 inch display that it comes with, offers a resolution of 128×96 pixels, and features a TFT screen. The phone runs on the RTOS.
This phone is powered by MediaTek’s MT6261D chipset. The Elari NanoPhone C features a princely 32MB of RAM as well as 32MB of storage space. Fortunately, this storage space is expandable via microSD card (up to 32GB). The phone comes with support for dual SIM cards, and it is powered by a 280mAh battery that allows a standby time of 4 days, and a talk time of up to 4 hours.
The Elari NanoPhone C comes with a built-in MP3 player, FM radio, voice recording, and phone recording features. It offers a 3.5mm jack, as well as a MicroUSB connectivity. Bluetooth connectivity is also supported. Yerha says the NanoPhone C is a “stylish, ultra-compact, anti-smart mobile phone” that’s meant for smartphone users who “wish to maintain an active lifestyle having the opportunity to completely disconnect, while staying reachable and retaining other features, when required.” The Elari NanoPhone C is priced in at Rs. 3,940.