‘NanoPhone C’, world’s smallest GSM phone, launched in India

E-commerce website, Yerha.com has officially announced its first device, dubbed ‘Elari NanoPhone C’. The company describes its ‘NanoPhone C’ as being the world’s smallest GSM phone.

The handset comes equipped with basic features and is available at a price of Rs 3,940.

It’s apparently the size of a credit card, and is available in three color variants namely Silver, Rose Gold and Black.

“In the official statement, the company claims the device to be a stylish, anti-smart, and ultra-compact mobile phone”.

The ‘NanoPhone C’ weighs 30 grams, and measures 94.4×35.85×7.6mm. It sports a 1-inch 128×96 pixels TFT display. It runs RTOS, and is powered by a MediaTek MT6261D chipset, coupled with 32MB of RAM. It comes with 32MB of storage that’s expandable via microSD card (up to 32GB).

The device supports dual-SIM and micro-SIM cards as well.

The ‘NanoPhone C’ houses a 280mAh battery that can apparently last up to 4 hours on single-charge. The handset further includes MP3 player, voice recorder, FM radio, a micro USB port and a 3.5mm audio jack.

There’s a special Magic Voice function that users can utilise for modifying their voices.

The device can also be connected to Android and iOS devices via the Bluetooth option.

(Agencies)

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