Elari NanoPhone C is launched in India and it is claimed as the world’s smallest GSM phone. It is a feature phone and not a smartphone. These days, when smartphones are in a race of offering big displays, this feature phone is new in the town to break the trend. It is launching on e-commerce platform, Yerha.com. It is termed as anti-smartphone as it is aimed at getting the modern smartphone-addicted crowd away from their devices. Let’s have a look at its features:
Display and Processor
Elari NanoPhone C measures 94.4 * 35.85 * 7.6mm and weighs about 30 grams. The phone sports a 1-inch TFT display with resolution of 128 * 96 pixels. It is powered by MediaTek MT6261D chipset and runs RTOS. It comes with 32MB of RAM and includes 32MB of storage that is expandable further via microSD card up to 32GB. It is a dual-SIM phone that comes with the functionality to support 1000 numbers in the phonebook. It comes in various color variants: black, silver and rose gold. It is a stylish, ultra-compact, and anti-smart mobile phone.
Battery and Connectivity
The phone is powered by 280mAh battery that is claimed to last up to 4 hours of talk time. It comes with standby time of 4 days. The company is also touting a Magic Voice function which lets users send prank calls to their friends. The feature phone comes with FM radio, video recording, FM Radio and phone recording functions. It comes with a 3.5mm headphone jack and a micro-USB port. Also, it has GSM connectivity. The NanoPhone C features Bluetooth connectivity to connect with Android and iOS devices.
A quick look at specifications of Elari NanoPhone C:
|Resolution||96 * 128 pixels|
|Dimensions||94.40 * 35.85 * 7.60 mm|
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