World's lightest phone Elari NanoPhone C launched in India at Rs 3,490 with Fake Call Voice feature, Dual Sim support, and more

While most of the phone these days are entirely huge (getting bigger and bigger), with 5.5-inch smartphones are pretty common nowadays. There are still those who like to use a tiny phone. That is the place the Elari NanoPhone C comes in and is touted to be the Worlds lightest phone.

It appears to be refreshing to see a little and sufficiently smooth to fit even in a children's pocket. The Elari NanoPhone C is now available for sale online in India via Yerha.com and priced at RS.3,940.

The phone measures 94.40 x 35.85 x 7.60 (height x width x thickness) and weighs only 30.00 grams. The phone comes with a 1.00-inch display with a resolution of 96 pixels by 128 pixels and FM Radio. The NanoPhone C can pair with any iOS or Android smartphone via Bluetooth. The Device supports dual-SIM and Users can save up to 1000 contact numbers in the phonebook.

The device packs with audio capabilities and 480mAh strong battery. Regarding design, the device packs in a thin and sleek design with-rounded buttons. It can also be used as a secondary phone if the users do not use the existing smartphone. The Phone comes in three colour variants - Black, Silver and Rose Gold.

It additionally comes with 32GB of internal storage, 32MB of RAM, a music application for audio documents and is powered by a MediaTek MT6261D processor. Other functions include a wake-up timer (alarm clock) and voice recorder. There is also a 'magic voice feature' in the device that can be used to prank someone like your friends and relatives with fake calls.

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