Elari NanoPhone, allegedly the smallest fully functional GSM phone on the planet has just landed in India. A Delhi-based e-commerce site named Yerha.com has listed the handset with a price tag of Rs 3,490 ($54 USD approx). With a weight of just 30 grams and a credit-card like dimension, the NanoPhone C looks quite charming at first glance.
Originally, there are two variants of the Elari NanoPhone. The one, called just as the NanoPhone comes with a metal construction, and a cheaper NanoPhone C with a plastic build. It is the latter which is currently available in India.
Speaking of the specs, the Elari NanoPhone C comes with all the facilities of a feature phone. The 2G-only mobile supports calls, SMS and even has a micro SD card slot. The NanoPhone C sports inbuilt FM Radio and voice recorder with auto phone call recording ability.
There is a 1.0-inch (128 x 96) TFT display on the tiny device. The NanoPhone C is powered by a MediaTek MT6261D SoC and it runs a real-time operating system (RTOS). The phone has 32 MB RAM and 32 MB internal memory.
Moving on to the power backup, Elari packs a small 280mAh battery inside the NanoPhone C. The company claims that the handset has a standby time of 4 days and talk time of 4 hours.
However, the most interesting feature of the Elari NanoPhone is its capability to function as a Bluetooth headset. You may connect your iPhone or Android device through Bluetooth and use the smallest phone of the world as a hands-free.