Mumbai: You thought your ‘once upon used’ Nokia phone was the smallest phone that somebody could use, you were wrong. Yerha.com has announced the launch of ‘Smallest Phone in the World’ in the form of Elari Nanophone C. The company claims that this phone is the smallest in the world and looks no bigger than a credit card.
The Elari Nanophone C is available in Black, Rose Gold and Silver color variant and is priced at just INR 3,940 in India. With just 1 inch TFT display and 128×96 pixel resolution, it weighs only 30 grams which is too light for a phone to be. As far as the processor is concerned, it packs MediaTek MT6261D chipset and the RAM is as low as 32 MB. The internal memory of this phone is 32MB too but the good part is that you can expand it to 32GB. As far as the connectivity is concerned, it supports GSM and allows dual Micro SIM cards. It also has Bluetooth availability which will help you connect with another using Bluetooth feature.
It also has 3.5mm audio jack for you to listen to music or make a call. When it comes to battery, Nanophone C packs 280 mAh battery and the company claims to give a standby of 4 days whereas 4 hours of talktime. Additionally, it has MP3 player, Voice Recording & Phone recording and FM Radio. The company claims to introduce Magic Voice function through which one can make prank calls with voice changing features.
Though the concept will be liked by many but would people buy a small phone in this generation where there is huge demand of large touch screened Smartphones. Well, we wait and watch for the outcome of this concept.