If you think only big screen flagships can make headlines, read this. We are talking about world’s smallest phone – with a size of credit card! Yerha, an e-commerce retailer has officially launched its first device named Elari NanoPhone C for Rs. 3,940 which is reportedly equipped with every basic feature required in a handset.
NanoPhone C is a GSM handset and is available in three color variants namely Silver, Black and Rose Gold. The company claims the handset is “stylish, anti-smart and ultra-compact”.
Specifications wise, the phone comes with 1-inch TFT display and a resolution of 128 x 96 pixels. The phone runs on RTOS and is powered with MediaTek MT6261D chipset. It has 32MB RAM and 32MB internal storage which is expandable up to 32GB via microSD card.
The phone might seem to be tiny, but it has much into its little body. It comes with dual-SIM and micro-SIM card options. It is powered with a 280mAH battery which lasts upto 4hrs on a single charging. And that’s not all – the handset includes MP3 player, voice recorder (with a special Magic Voice function for modifying the records), FM radio, micro USB port and a 3.5mm audio jack. The device can also be connected to Android and iOS devices via the Bluetooth option.
Much said over this, it remains on the users acceptability whether or not it will tick in the future for a new innovation to other brands. In the era of smart-gadgets, it’s to be waited and watched whether an anti-smart gadget can make its own stand. Time will tell…