World’s smallest phone NanoPhone C has been launched in India at Rs 3,940. The official announcement was made by E-commerce website, Yerha.com about its first device, dubbed ‘Elari NanoPhone C.’ The device is described as world’s smallest phone. The handset NanoPhone C comes with basic features.
The company has described this phone as the world’s smallest GSM phone. It’s apparently the size of a credit card, and is available in three color variants namely Silver, Rose Gold and Black. “In the official statement, the company claims the device to be a stylish, anti-smart, and ultra-compact mobile phone,” reported Gizbot.
‘NanoPhone C’ packs a 1-inch TFT display with a resolution of 128 x 96 pixel.
It runs on RTOS and is powered by MediaTek MT6261D chipset.
The device offers 32MB RAM along with 32MB of internal storage.
The device supports dual-SIM and micro-SIM cards as well.
The ‘NanoPhone C’ houses a 280mAh battery that can apparently last up to 4 hours on single-charge.
Handset further includes MP3 player, voice recorder, FM radio, a micro USB port and a 3.5mm audio jack.
Device can also be connected to Android and iOS devices via the Bluetooth option.