Meet the World’s smallest 4G Smartphone Jelly with Android Nougat which will fit in your coin pocket.
China-based startup company Unihertz introduced an interesting “coin pocket sized” smartphone named Jelly. This is going to be World’s smallest 4G Smartphone enabled with Android OS. Smartphone are getting bigger and bigger in the recent times with 5-inch display is common nowadays but this new smartphone may bring a new revolution towards small smartphones with awesome features.
The smartphone fits anywhere from your coin pocket to the smallest compartment in your bag. It will be available in three variants Pearl White, Sky Blue, and Space Black colour. It will be available in two RAM / Storage variants namely “Jelly” and “Jelly Pro”.
As mentioned Smartphone will have two variants Jelly with 1GB RAM/8GB Storage and the Jelly Pro with 2GB RAM/16GB Storage. Dimensions of the Jelly smartphone are 3.6-inches x 1.7-inches x 0.5-inches, so interestingly small. Display of 2.45-inches (240 X 432)pixels with a resolution 201 PPI pixel density. Powered by 1.1GHz quad-core processor and memory can be expandable up to 32GB via microSD card slot.
There is an 8-megapixel rear camera and 2-megapixel front camera. Dual sim with 4G support on both slots. The Jelly smartphone comes with a 950mAh battery that is expected to last three days and seven days on standby. Jelly also has support for WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth 4.0. Sensors on the phone are G-Sensor, Gyroscope, and Compass. Unihertz has also created an armband and you can just mount the Jelly phone onto it, and then use it as a fitness device.
Price and Availability
There is no official confirmation of the smartphone but according to Kickstarter Jelly is priced at $59 ( around Rs. 3,800) and Jelly Pro at $75 (around Rs. 4,800) respectively. The company is expected to start shipping the smartphone around the month of August.