The world’s smallest smartphone is expected to reach consumers by August 2017.
It features the latest version of Google, the Android 7 Nougat operating system, only 2.45-inch TFT LCD screen with 432×230 resolution, 1.1 GHz quad-core processor, 1 GB RAM and 8 GB storage , GPS, gyroscope, 4G LTE connectivity, Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0, the minismartphone is called Jelly.
Its battery can last up to three consecutive days, with capacity of 950 mAh, space for two SIM cards in the Nano standard (dual chip function) and microSD memory card up to 32 GB.
The device also has the Pro model, which contains twice as much memory (2GB) and internal space (16GB).As for the cameras, the back of 8 MP and the front of 2 MP for selfies.
It is manufactured by the Chinese company Unihertz, the company bet on a campaign in the site of collective financing Kickstarter to make viable the production of the phone.According to the manufacturer, the goal with this device is not to compete with big brands, but to make the small one a second option to those who want more convenience when taking the phone with you while doing physical exercises, for example.
Jelly’s campaign ends June 6 and the company has already raised an estimated $ 223,000.If you want to buy this handset in advance, it is also possible, but for this you need to contribute $ 69 dollars ($ 217) without taxes and fees.
The device currently costs $ 79 and its Pro version costs $ 95 ($ 299).The company’s forecast is that “Jelly, The Smallest 4G Smartphone” was available in the market in August this year and arrives in blue, black and white colors and can be shipped anywhere in the world.