Elari NanoPhone C, which is claimed to be the smallest phone in the world, is now available in India. The phone is said to be no bigger than a credit card, and it could also be the smallest GSM phone available in the market today. Elari NanoPhone C is retailing in India via an e-commerce website Yehra at the price of Rs 3,940. Elari NanoPhone C is available in three colour options: Platinum Silver, Rose Gold, and Black Anthracite. It measures 7.6mm in thickness and weighs merely 30g. It sports a 1.0-inch TFT display with 128 x 96 pixels resolution, making room for nothing more than a clock and basic information such as network strength and battery level.
Elari NanoPhone C runs a real-time operating system (RTOS), incorporating MediaTek MT6261D processor. The phone consists of 32MB of RAM and 32MB of storage, which supports further expansion up to 32GB using a memory card. It is backed by a 280mAh battery, which claims to deliver up to 4 days of standby time and 4 hours and talk time.
The device supports multiple languages such as English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German, Dutch, Russian, Turkish, Arabic, Thai, Lithuanian, Lativian, and Estonian. The phone can be synchronised with Android and iOS devices over Bluetooth. One can store up to 1,000 contacts on this phone, and it accommodates further contacts by means of a microSD support.
Some of the built-in features include FM radio, MP3 player, and voice recorder that can record phone calls. Elari NanoPhone C includes a headphone jack and microUSB port for charging or transferring data. Yehra claims to dispatch the device within 2 to 5 business days after the purchase.