One of the smallest, but still usable smartphones, called Jelly, has just been introduced on Kickstarter. Jelly just comes with a 2.45″ display and runs on Android 7.0. When comparing it to other 6″ phablets, there is only a small group of people that can hold it one-handed. Interestingly, this smartphone has the same body with the Nokia 8210 introduced from 1999
Jelly will go on sale in two versions. The basic model will come with 1 GB of RAM and 8 GBs of ROM, while the Pro variant will double two specifications. Both variants will be powered by a quad-core 1.1GHz Cortex A53 chipset, a 2.45-inch display 240 x 432 resolution, which give a pixel of 201 PPI, and a 950mAh battery capacity. The maker behind Jelly, Unihertz company, states that the 950mAh battery can give enough juice for at least three day use as they compared to QHD phones with 3,000mAh+ battery capacities.
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The world’s smallest 4G smartphone will support two nano SIM-card slots, and a microSD slot that can be expandable up to 32 GB, dual cameras (2Mp at front and 8 MP on the back), GPS, Bluetooth connectivity and especially the device will be pre-installed Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box.
Unihertz’s smartphone will start going on sale to the markets in August. The base model will be priced at $109, while the Pro variant will cost at $125. However, you can also save a bit money if you join in the Kickstarter project, which has already reached to $30,000 goal in just 57 minutes- an impressive result. Perhaps people are paying their attention at the ever-growing monster phones, a trend which will not be able to appear any time soon. However, we are wondering if the 2.45″ screen enough to meet the daily usages.