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World's smallest GSM phone- NanoPhone C, launched in India, an e-commerce platform for technology products, announced the launch of what's claimed as the world's smallest GSM phone, Elari NanoPhone C. The stylish, ultra-compact, anti-smart mobile phone is the perfect 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.

Petite, sleek and no bigger than a credit card, the fully functional mobile phone + Bluetooth-handset weighs only 30 g. Flaunting a high quality aluminium casing with silicon keypad, the phone is packed with features like a bright colourful TFT display, 32 GB microSD and microSIM card slots, MP3 player, FM radio and alarm. The phone also includes useful features such as voice recorder wherein voice and phone calls can be directly recorded on SD card.

Commenting on the launch, Mr.Manikant Jain, CEO of said:  “Elari’s new ‘anti-smartphone’ model – the Elari NanoPhone C is an innovative, high value and brilliantly designed product which is a bestseller in its category worldwide. We could not wait to bring this highly anticipated, technically advanced designer mobile phone to the Indian consumer. The GSM/BT phone fits seamlessly on your palm, features Bluetooth-sync, MP3 player and the Magic Voice function making communication even more fun and convenient.”

NanoC can be paired with any smartphone including iPhone and Android smartphones via Bluetooth to make or receive calls with less risk to your health, as the BT module emits much lower radiation than the smartphone antenna. For digital detox, you can copy up to 1000 contacts from your smartphone to Nano C with a single click, put in your SIM card, and leave your smartphone at home to be away from the internet, messengers, or social networks, while staying reachable by phone or text.

Users can install an additional SIM card into Nano C, BT-pair it with their smartphone, and use either of the two numbers to make and receive calls with access to both phonebooks. The Magic Voice function is an added fun feature which can be used to prank-call your friends with a funny sound. This makes the mini phone an ideal communication and entertainment device.

Equipped with a headphone jack, microUSB port for charging/data transfering, a battery life of up to 4 days in standby mode and up to 4 hours of talk timе, NanoPhone C is exclusively available in India on and comes in three colours- rose gold, black and silver at an affordable price of Rs. 3,940. Customers can also avail attractive EMI options on the website itself.


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