The start-up Unihertz has probably just found and exploited a niche by launching the Jelly, the world’s smallest 4G smartphone. Their campaign on Kickstarter is a real success and the smartphone is quite impressive for only 79 dollars.
Most smartphone brands these days are seeking ways to increase the size of their phones, yet Unihertz had to say to themselves: ” why not do the opposite? “. The company has therefore announced the Jelly, the smallest 4G smartphone running Android Nougat 7.0 in the world.
The startup company Unihertz hoped to get $ 30,000 on Kickstarter so that their project could succeed and to their surprise, in a few days they have already reached $ 429,000 and they still have 30 days left of their campaign.
How small is the Jelly smartphone?
The Jelly smartphone has a 2.45-inch miniature TFT LCD (resolution: 240 × 432) and comes in two versions: the Jelly with a quad-core 1.1 GHz processor, supported by 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal memory and the Jelly Pro equipped with the same processor, but with 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal memory. Both models are available in the colors: pearl white, sky blue and space black.
The idea behind the Jelly smartphone is that it packs more than the essentials into such a tiny handset, because despite its dimensions, we find: An 8 MP rear facing camera, a 2 MP selfie camera, a GPS chip, a space for two Nano SIM cards, a MicroSD card slot, a gyroscope and a 950 mAh battery promising 3 days of battery life.
Is the Jelly Smartphone any good? find out below in the video review
Jelly Smartphone: Specs
Photo Credits: Unihertz Kickstarter campaign