World’s lightest phone Elari Nanophone C Launched At Rs 3940

The Elari Nanophone C feature phone is now available in India. The new handset is touted as the world’s lightest phone. It aims to offer a ‘digital detox’ to smartphones users and can be paired with any smartphone. What is the little device packing? Read more to find about Elari Nanophone C Price in India, Specifications, Features

Elari Nanophone C

Price

Price (expected) Rs 3,940

The Elari Nanophone C is priced at Rs 3,940 in India. It is now available for sale online via the e-commerce portal Yerha in the country. However, as of now, it is listed as out-of-stock on the website.

Specifications

Processor Unspecified
RAM Unspecified
Internal Storage 32GB
Display 1-inch TFT
OS NA
Primary (Rear) Camera NO
Front Camera NO
Battery Unspecified
Dual SIM Yes

The Elari Nanophone C comes with a strong battery. For music lovers, there is a music app and 32GB internal storage. The dual-SIM phone can store up to 1000 numbers in the phonebook. The feature phone can be connected to any smartphone with one click to transfer of contacts and music files.

In terms of design, the Elari Nanophone C looks like a tiny remote control. The sleek device features rounded buttons. It sports a 1-inch TFT display. The semi-circular menu buttons followed by the call answer and call disconnect buttons are placed under the display. It weighs 30 grams and is just 3-inches tall. The new phone comes in three color options – Black, Rose Gold, and Silver.

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Features

  • Three color options
  • Bluetooth
  • FM radio
  • Voice Recorder
  • Alarm clock
  • Minimalist Design

The hip phone is placed by the brand as an ‘anti-smartphone’. It can be paired with most Android and iOS smartphones. The Elari Nanophone C comes with Bluetooth and FM Radio. Other features include a voice recorder and alarm clock. A ‘magic voice function’ can be used to prank friends with fake calls.

The new phone support multiple international languages like English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German, Dutch, Russian, Turkish, Arabic, Thai, Lithuanian, Latvian languages.However, there is no support for regional Indian languages.

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Conclusion

As most smartphones are getting bigger and bigger, the Elari Nanophone C comes as a nice change. Aimed at smartphone-addicts, the new small phone can even fit in a small pocket. Recently, few brands have tried to bring small devices. Are you looking for a digital detox? Share with us in the comments section below.

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