This is the world’s smallest smartphone
As major smartphones get bigger, one new startup believes there’s a way forward with smaller devices.
A new device called the Jelly has cropped up on Kickstarter with one goal in mind: to create a “mini-sized phone with full features” that runs on Android Nougat and can deliver Internet connectivity over 4G networks. Most importantly, the handset will also be nicely affordable.
The Jelly comes with a 2.45-inch screen and runs on a 1.1GHz quad-core processor with up to 2GB of RAM and 16GB of onboard storage. The device has dual cameras and support for dual Nano SIM cards for international travel. You can also boost its storage with a Micro SD card slot that can accommodate cards with up to 32GB of storage on them.
According to the team behind the Jelly, the handset can last up to three days on a single charge and can connect to AT&T and T-Mobile’s networks in the U.S.