From amazing specifications to design, ever brand is now realizing its potential market and developing niche according to it. Samsung has introduced the infinity display, while the next HTC flagship will be squeezable. Amazing advancements are being made but the major bullet points around which a phone is designed are almost the same; a thin casing, narrowest bezels and large displays.
In a world where an over 5-inch smartphone is a standard, a smartphone named Jelly has dared to introduce the world’s smallest 4G smartphone. Jelly is not a real smartphone yet but the manufacturers have started a campaign to raise funding which has already resulted in a whopping $180K.
The world’s smallest 4G smartphone will have a 2.45 inches display with a screen that has ways less resolution than today’s smartphones but still more than what the iPhone 3Gs had when it was introduced a decade ago.
It will be 3.6 inches tall, 1,7 inches wide and half an inch thick and runs on the latest Android Nougat. Jelly has a 1.1 GHz Quad-core processor and dual sim slot as well. The phone will come in two variants, one will have a 1GB RAM and 8 GB internal storage while the Pro version will double these specs.
Other features include WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS and 4G connectivity. Moreover, rear and front cameras are also present on the world’s smallest phones which will cost $69 when released.
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