World's smallest 4G smartphone unveiled.
WASHINGTON -- 'Jelly,' the tiny 4G Smartphone has been unveiled which is considered to be the world's smallest phone.
The smartphone has a 2.45-inch display, and is about 3.6 inches long and about 1.7 inches wide. Despite its small size, Jelly works like any other smartphone: It runs a version of Android Nougat, which is only a year old, and is compatible with 4G wireless networks.
As the world is moving towards bigger smartphones, this new phone is headed in the opposite direction. Jelly is an update to a tiny phone and has more RAM, dual SIM card slots, and more battery capacity.
Jelly will be officially launched on Kickstarter on May 2 and will cost $59.
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|Publication:||Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)|
|Date:||Apr 30, 2017|
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