Russian manufacturer Elari's NanoPhone C has been launched in India. The company claims it is the smallest GSM supporting phone in the world.
This dual sim mobile phone comes with a 1-inch TFT display which has a resolution of 128x96 pixels. It has the dimensions – 94.4x35.85x7.6mm and weighs 30 grams. The operating system running the cell phone is RTOS. Powered by a MediaTek MT6261D processor, the handset has a RAM of 32 MB. 32 MB of data can be stored internally while the external memory is expandable up to 32 GB.
The 280mAh battery of the hand phone is said to offer a talk time of 4 hours and a standby time of 4 days. The phone is equipped with features like voice recording, phone recording, alarm, MP3 player and FM Radio. A Micro-USB port and a 3.5 mm audio jack have been provided in the mobile phone. The NanoPhone C can be connected to Android and iOS devices via Bluetooth in order to dial and accept calls. English, Estonian, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German, Dutch, Russian, Turkish, Arabic, Thai, Lithuanian and Latvian are the language options available in the handset. A customer has the option of choosing from black, rose gold and silver variants of the cell phone.
Priced at Rs. 3,490, the phone is ideal for people who want to occasionally disconnect from the internet. It Is keeping this in mind that the company has branded the NanoPhone C as an anti-smart phone. Though smartphones have made life easier in many ways, there are certain downsides to them like smartphone addiction and distraction caused by frequent notifications. The reception received by the recently re-launched Nokia 3310 shows us that there is still demand for feature phones. The stylishness and retro charm of the NanoPhone C will help this credit card sized device stand out in the market.
Grab the NanoPhone C if you find it difficult to focus on work or enjoy your holiday due to the overwhelming presence of social media
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