Friday, 14 July 2017

NanoPhone C is a credit card sized phone


E-commerce portal Yerha is launching a new feature phone dubbed Elari NanoPhone C, touted to be the world's smallest GSM phone "no bigger than a credit card". It measures 35.8 mm x 94.4 mm x 6 mm, which means it is 1.4 inches wide, 3.71 inches in length, and has a thickness of only 0.2-inches. It is also lightweight, weighing at just 30g.

The feature phone comes with 1-inch TFT display, 32MB RAM and 32MB storage on-board, which can be expanded via microSD card. It runs RTOS and is powered by MediaTek MT6261D processor. Other features are micro-SIM card slot, inbuilt-MP3 player, FM radio, voice & phone call recording function, headphone jack and microUSB port.


The device can store up to 1,000 contacts and also comes with a Magic Voice function, that lets users prank call their friends. It packs 280mAh battery that promises up to four days of standby time and up to four days of talk time, which is a but disappointing, considering it's a feature phone. It has an aluminum casing along with a silicon keypad.

Besides working as an independent feature phone, it can also be paired with your smartphone via Bluetooth to make or accept calls. 

The NanoPhone C is priced at Rs. 3,490, slightly higher than the nostalgia filled Nokia 3310. It will be available exclusively through Yerha.com in Rose Gold, Black and Silver hues. 

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1 comment:

  1. Please send me the Price & Specifications of Elari Nanophone C which is termed as the worlds smallest smart phone which is recently launced in India.

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