The Elari NanoPhone C is the ‘world’s smallest GSM phone’, yours for Rs 3,490

“The NanoPhone C can be paired with your smartphone to make or receive calls”

E-commerce portal Yerha has launched a new feature phone called the Elari NanoPhone C. The company claims it is the world’s smallest GSM phone. Apart from working as an independent feature phone thanks to a micro-SIM card slot, the device can also be paired with your smartphone via Bluetooth to make or receive calls.

Elari NanoPhone C

As per the brand, the Elari NanoPhone C features a high-quality aluminium casing with silicone keypad. It comes with a 1-inch TFT display, microSD card support up to 32GB, an MP3 player, FM Radio and alarm. The device also features a voice and phone call recorder.

The NanoPhone C can store up to 1,000 contacts. The device also comes with a Magic Voice function, which lets you make calls overlaid with a ‘funny sound’. It features a headphone jack, a micro-USB port, up to four days of standby time and four hours of talk time.

The NanoPhone C has been priced at Rs 3,940, and comes in three hues – rose gold, black and silver. It is being offered exclusively on