Jelly: World’s Smallest 4G Android Phone

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    Smartphones are getting bigger by the day. 5-inch used to feel big but now we have giant 5.7 inch and 6-inch phablets in our pocket. Having a larger screen has its benefit but at the same time, their portability bothers a lot of people. If your dream phone is something small, that you can cover in the palm of your hand then wait no further. Unihertz, a China-based company has recently revealed the world’s smallest 4G Android phone called Jelly.

    As fun the as the name sounds, the phone looks like a soap bar. The phone comes with a 2.45′ inch(240 x 432) display which is insanely small. The phone is powered by a Quad-Core 1.1Ghz Cortex A53 Processor. Jelly comes in two variants, the based model comes with 1GB RAM and 8GB ROM while the Pro model comes with 2GB RAM and 16GB ROM.

    For connectivity, Jelly comes with dual nano SIM Card slots and a micro SD Card slot with support for up to 32GB storage. For a small phone, it comes with some interesting set of optics. Up front, it has a 2MP camera and on the back, it has 8MP Camera. This tiny phone also runs on Android 7.0 Nougat. You can use most of the usual apps on this phone.

    Backing up the phone is a 950mAh battery which the company claims can last for three days. The base version of the phone is priced at $109 and the Pro version is priced at $125.

    Source: Business Insider

    Specifications of Jelly:

    • 2.45’inch Screen(240*432) @201ppi
    • Quad-Core 1.1Ghz Cortex A53 Processor
    • 1/G2GB RAM
    • 8GB/16GB ROM, Expandable up to 32GB
    • Dual Nano SIM
    • 8MP Rear Camera, 2MP Front Camera
    • 950mAh battery