Bluetooth module in the phone emits much lower radiation than the smartphone antenna.
A relatively new company in mobile space, Yerha, claims to have launched world's smallest phone in India. It's as big as a credit card and has a functionality to make prank calls. The feature is called Elari NanoPhone C and is priced at Rs 3,940.
As per the company’s claim, the Bluetooth module in the phone emits much lower radiation than the smartphone antenna. Additionally, the Magic Voice function in the phone is an added fun feature which can be used to make calls with a funny sound or simply put make prank calls. NanoPhone C can also be connected to your smartphone via Bluetooth to make or receive calls. It comes in three colour variants, namely Rose Gold, Black and Silver.On the design front, the phone comes with aluminium casing, along with a silicon keypad. It includes features like a TFT display, MP3 player, FM radio, alarm and a voice recorder wherein voice and phone calls can be directly recorded on SD card. Furthermore, it also consists of a 32 GB microSD and microSIM card slots. One can copy up to 1000 contacts from your smartphone to NanoPhone C.
The phone also consists of a headphone jack, along with a microUSB port for charging/data transferring. In addition to this, it has a battery life of up to 4 days in standby mode and up to 4 hours of talk timе.