, an Indian E-commerce company has brought out what is claimed to be the world’s smallest GSM phone called the Elari NanoPhone C. The handset is a 3-inch tall, fully functional, Bluetooth compliant device, which comes in weighing just 30grams.

The phone has been encased in an aluminum body, and has a keypad made of silicon. The features that it comes with include a colored TFT display, 32GB of expandable storage capacity, MP3 Player, FM Radio, and Alarm clock.

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Other than that, the handset can be paired with any smartphone (via Bluetooth) and lets the users copy up to 1000 contacts in its database. Users can also install an additional SIM card into Nano C, pair it with their smartphone via Bluetooth, and use either of the two numbers to make and receive calls with access to both phonebooks.

Other than that, the phones has an earphone jack, a microUSB port, a self-proclaimed battery life of 4 days at a stretch and a talk time of 4 hours.

The phone costs Rs. 3,940 and comes in a total of three color (rose gold, black and silver) variants. The phone is available on the company’s website, and can also be bought on EMIs.

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Among the other devices that has also brought into the market is the iMCO watch, which is the world’s first Alexa-enabled smartwatch that costs Rs. 13,900.

“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.”

– Manikant Jain, CEO,


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