If you haven’t heard yet, here is the scoop. Indian electronics e-commerce website Yerha has launched the world’s smallest phone called Elari NanoPhone C. It is the size of a credit card, costs ₹3940, and comes with the very basic features. But is it any good? By Pallavi Mehra
Yerha.com, which is known for offering affordable and innovative gadgets to the Indian population, claims their newest launch the NanoPhone C will “de-complicate your life!”
The idea is to use it as a smartphone companion. Keep your expensive phone safe and use NanoPhone C as your go-to device. This feather light phone is 30 grams, making it the lightest phone in the world. The phone is built by an international brand that wants to change the way smartphones are used worldwide.
The phone has a superior polymer 280mAh battery that can apparently last up to 4 hours on a single-charge and is available in three colors – Silver, Rose Gold and Black. The device offers 32MB RAM along with 32MB of internal storage.
Additional features of the phone include high quality sound and a good battery life, making it the ideal instrument for listening to music and making phone calls. It also has a MP3 player alarm, voice recorder, FM radio, a micro USB port and a 3.5mm aux port. It can abe connected to Android and iOS devices via the Bluetooth option.
The Elari NanoPhone C, a designer lightweight phone offering convenience at an affordable price aims to redefine the way we use technology. Will it live up to the hype created around its launch? That only time will tell.