World's smallest GSM phone introduced in India
Russian company Elari has launched NanoPhone C in India that is said to be the world’s smallest GSM phone.
What is surprising is that the size of the phone is not even bigger than a credit card.
The new phone is said to have some features of smartphone but gives users a chance to fully disconnect to live a healthy and active life.
Other features of the phone are MP3 player, FM radio, voice recording, phone recording, GSM connectivity for phone calls, Bluetooth, dual-SIM, and supports a magic voice function that allows users prank call their friends.
The storage capacity of the phone is 32MB RAM and it has a battery that lasts up to four hours of talk time. The phone is available in black, rose, gold and silver colors.