‘Elari NanoPhone C’-World’s Smallest GSM Phone, Launched in India

Elari Nanophone C - The Smallest and Lightest Phone

Elari Nanophone C – The Smallest and The Lightest Phone

Elari Nanophone C - The Smallest and Lightest Phone
Elari Nanophone C

Russian company Elari released NanoPhone C that is described as being the world’s smallest GSM Phone. The size of the device is no bigger than a credit card.

On thursday, e-commerce website Yerha.com has officially announced the launch of its first device, dubbed ‘Elari NanoPhone C’.

The device is loaded with all basic features the phone comes with. It is claimed to be ultra compact, stylish and ‘anti-smart’ mobile phone.

“The Elari NanoPhone C is an innovative, high value and brilliantly designed product which is a best seller in its category worldwide. We could not wait to bring this highly anticipated, technically advanced designer mobile phone to Indian consumers”, said CEO of Yerha.com Manikant Jain, on the launch of the phone.


  • Price in India – Rs.3,490/-
  • Display – 1-inch 128×96 pixels TFT display.
  • Measurement – 94.4×35.85×7.6mm.
  • Weight – 30 grams.
  • Available Colors – Black, Rose Gold & Silver.
  • Operating System – RTOS MediaTek MT6261D chipset.
  • RAM – 32MB.
  • ROM – 32MB.
  • Expandable Memory – Upto  32GB via microSD card.
  • Battery – 280mAh battery, lasts upto 4 hrs of talk time and upto 4 days of standby time.

Other features of NanoPhone C:-

  • The handset further includes MP3 Player, Voice recorder, FM radio.
  • It has 3.5mm audio jack & a micro USB port.
  • The device supports dual-SIM (micro-SIM cards).
  • It supports GSM connectivity for phone calls.
  • The device can also be connected to Android and iOS devices via the Bluetooth option.
  • It supports a Magic voice function, that lets users prank call their friends.
  • The phone supports English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German, Dutch, Russian, Turkish, Arabic, Thai, Lithuanian, Lativian Languages.

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