‘SMALLEST PHONE OF THE WORLD’ - Elari Nanophone C now launched in India - KNine Vox
July 15, 2017 Technology

‘SMALLEST PHONE OF THE WORLD’ - Elari Nanophone C now launched in India

The smallest phone of the world, named as Elari Nanophone C has now been launched in India. This is claimed to be the smallest phone of the world. The device was launched by Website Yerha.com. As per the claims of the company, this Nanophone C is the world’s smallest phone that is less than the size of a credit card.

The price of this device is announced at Rs 3,940 and it is launched in three color variants i.e. Rose gold, black, and silver.

According to the statement given by Yerha

The NanoPhone C is a stylish, ultra-compact, anti-mart 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.

Let’s have a look at the specifications of this device:

  • Weight 30 grams
  • Measurements: 94.4x35.85x7.6mm
  • Display: 128x96 pixel,1 inch
  • Powered by Media Tek MT6261D
  • 32 MB of RAM
  • Expandable up to 32GB via microSD card.
  • 280mAh Battery
  • Standby time of 4days
  • Talk time of 4 hours
  • MP3 player, Voice recording, FM radio
  • Bluetooth Connectivity
  • 3.5mm Jack
  • Micro USB port facility

Experts are not much interested in this device as nowadays customers like multimedia devices and with more features. At a price of 3,940, it becomes a very costly deal as in same range one can buy a simplest Smartphone too.

You can go for this device if you have a craze of trying new devices, or if you are looking for a really small phone that can fit into your pockets easily or can be hidden easily. Otherwise, we feel that this is a costly deal.

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