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Ultra-compact phone Elari CardPhonе able to sync with iPhone and Android

This summer on the Russian market the original product – anti-smartphone CardPhone from the Hong Kong brand Elari.

CardPhone is a compact phone, weighing 42 g, which can serve as a standalone mobile device and a Supplement to traditional smartphone for those who prefer an active lifestyle and do not want to depend on having to constantly charge the battery of the smartphone.

The main feature Elari CardPhone is the ability to sync with any mobile devices based on iOS and Android via Bluetooth. CardPhone has its own slot for micro-SIM cards and private phonebook 500 contacts. The ability to sync contacts, calls and call history it would be nice in that case, if the main smartphone is dead. In addition, CardPhone is an excellent solution for travelers – installation local SIM card in your smartphone allows you to save money on Internet roaming, and Elari CardPhone can be used to receive calls and SMS to the default number of the subscriber (or Vice versa).

Elari CardPhone operates in the GSM frequency of 850/900/1800/1900 MHz. The battery capacity 220 mAh in combination with a special energy saving firmware allow the phone to operate in standby mode for about 3 days, and in the talk mode up to 3 hours.

The phone is available for order in black, white, orange, and blue. The set includes charger, USB cable, silicone protective bumper. Separately, you can also purchase protective case for iPhone in which are situated the Elari CardPhone and which will always carry both a mobile device at the same time.

Currently Elari CardPhone available in Russia for pre-order.

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