Published: Fri, July 14, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Ellis Neal

"World's Smallest GSM Phone" Launched in India

The Delhi-based e-commerce platform have promised to bring Russian Federation manufactured "NanoPhone C"., an e-commerce site for selling technology products, has launched the World's smallest GSM phone, Elari NanoPhone C. This phone is ultra-compact, sleek and no bigger than a credit card. The exact dimensions of this feature phone are 35.8 mm x 94.4 mm x 6 mm, which means this phone is 1.4 inches wide, 3.71 inches in length, and only 0.2-inches in thickness. The tiny phone, which claims to be the size of a credit card is a feature phone with a dual SIM Slot. It comes in three colour variants, namely Rose Gold, Black and Silver.On the design front, the phone comes with aluminium casing, along with a silicon keypad. Yes, it is not a smartphone, but a feature phone! You may connect your iPhone or Android device through Bluetooth and use the smallest phone of the world as a hands-free. Elari has now launched the world's smallest phone in India. "We could not wait to bring this technically-advanced, designer mobile phone to the Indian consumers". This GSM phone that is nearly the size of a credit card features a 1-inch TFT display with a resolution of 128 x 96 pixels.

As per the company's claim, the Bluetooth module in the phone emits much lower radiation than the smartphone antenna. The one, called just as the NanoPhone comes with a metal construction, and a cheaper NanoPhone C with a plastic build. An additional SIM card can be installed into Nano C, BT-pair it with their smartphone, and use either of the two numbers to make and receive calls with access to both phonebooks. The phone can support up to 32 GB storage, and the phone has an MP3 player, FM radio and alarm.

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