Delhi based e-commerce platform Yerha today announced the India launch of world's smallest GSM phone from Russian company Elari, called the NanoPhone C. As expected, it is a feature phone that is aimed to be "the ideal choice for smartphone users who wish to maintain an active lifestyle having the opportunity to completely disconnect, while staying reachable and retaining other features, when required". 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.
So what does this small, "anti-smartphone" feature phone offer? It's as big as a credit card and has a functionality to make prank calls.
"Elari's new "anti-smartphone" model "NanoPhone C" is an innovative, high value product which is a bestseller in its category worldwide", said Manikant Jain, CEO, Yerha.com, in a statement. He added, "We could not wait to bring this technically-advanced, designer mobile phone to the Indian consumers".More news: Sebastian Vettel cut Shield test short after feeling dizzy
The idea behind Elari NanoPhone is to connect the bar phone with your heavy and expensive smartphones, which helps you to operate the phone via the tiny GSM mobile.
Bluetooth module in the phone emits much lower radiation than the smartphone antenna. The phone also weighs only 30 grams, and claims to be the world's lightest smartphone as well. The dual SIM GSM phone comes with a non-removable long lasting 280 mAh battery with a life of up to four days in standby mode. The feature is called Elari NanoPhone C and is priced at Rs 3,940. The NanoPhone C sports inbuilt FM Radio and voice recorder with auto phone call recording ability.