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World Smallest 4G phone launched with Android 7.0

World Smallest 4G phone launched with Android 7.0
In the world where the bigger smartphone is becoming the baseline and 5.5 inches’ screen is standard the new start-up from china has introduced Jelly on Kickstarter, the world’s smallest 4G capable Android smartphone. In fact, the Jelly smartphone is so small that it can easily fit in your coin pocket.

The Jelly with 1GB RAM/ 8GB Storage is priced at $109 (roughly Rs. 6,900) and the Jelly Pro with 2GB RAM/16GB storage is priced at $125 (roughly Rs. 8,000). On Kickstarter, the Jelly and Jelly Pro are priced at $59 (roughly Rs. 3,800) and $75 (roughly Rs. 4,800) respectively. However, actual shipping for the Jelly will start only in August of 2017.

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So, the biggest question you might have in your mind, why people will buy a smartphone? Well, the USP clearly has to be the size. The idea of a smartphone fitting into your coin pocket has people intrigued. Plus, it helps that this a 4G-enabled device, and according to Jelly it will work with most major GSM networks.

The Jelly smartphone sports a 2.45-inch (240x432 pixels) TFT LCD display with 201ppi pixel density. It is powered by a 1.1GHz quad-core processor and is available in two RAM/ storage bundles listed above. The storage can be further expandable via microSD card slot (up to 32GB).

As far as the processor & camera are concern, the phone sports a 1.1 GHz quad-core processor and has a 2MP camera on the front and an 8MP rear camera.

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Jelly will come in three colors: Pearl White, Space Black and Sky Blue. 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.

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