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Elari NanoPhone C the smallest phone in the World Launched in India

Elari NanoPhone C the smallest phone in the World Launched in India
Yerha.com a India based shopping site on Thursday has launched " Elari NanoPhone C " which is claimed to be the " World's Smallest Phone ". As per the company claim it is not bigger than a debit/credit card.

NanoPhone C is not just a phone it as a smartphone companion, it means it can be used to accept and make calls that actually coming in or going out from other android or iOS smartphone. Basically it can be connect to other smartphone via Bluetooth, once connected, it access your smartphone and allow you to receive or make calls without physically inserting the other device sim into this mobile.

Elari NanoPhone C World's Smallest Phone Specification

The NanoPhone C sports a 1-inch (128x96 pixel) TFT display. It is powered by MediaTek MT6261D processor, coupled with 32MB of RAM and 32MB of native storage that can be further expandable up to 32GB via microSD card. It runs on RTOS (a Real-time operating system).

The biggest highlight of this mobile is size, It's dimentions are 94.4x35.85x7.6mm and just 30 grams in weight. Under the hood, it is powered by a 280mAh battery that company claim, can provide up to 4 hours of talk time, and up to 4 days of standby time.

Connectivity option includes Dual-SIM (Micro-SIM) slot, 3.5mm audio jack, and a Micro-USB port. Few other features includes FM radio, MP3 player, voice recording, and phone recording functions

The company also proudly speaking about it Magic Voice function, which allow its users to make a prank call to friends for fun. 

The Elari NanoPhone C price in India is Rs. 3,940, and it is available in Black, Rose Gold, and Silver color variants.
In a statement, company said, 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."
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