Over the years, a large display has become a standard among smartphones, but there are still some phones that manage to attract users despite a smaller size. The new phone to hit Indian markets has been grabbing eyeballs for its small size.
The world's smallest phone dubbed Elari Nano phone C has been launched in the Indian market. As per a report by Gizbot, it is now available via Yerha.com priced at Rs 3940.
The device will come dipped in Silver, rose gold and black colours. The company describes it as a digital detox, while staying reachable. The phone will also let you listen to music and has expandable card slot.
It sports a small 1-inch display with 128 x 96 pixels of resolution. Under the hood, it is powered by Mediatek MT6261D processor. It has 32MB storage, which can be expandable up to 32GB via microSD card slot. It weight mere 30 grams, and measures 94.4 x 35.8 x 7.6 mm.
The phone also gets FM radio, voice recorder with phone calls recording function and the onboard storage can save up to 1000 contacts. It is fuelled by a 280mAh battery with up to four hours of talk time and up to four days of standby time.