An interesting coin sized smartphone has come to light. The smartphone named “Jelly” comes with dual SIM support, 4G connectivity and runs on Android 7 Nougat. It seeks crowd funding and has already got over $125,000 pledged for its $30,000 goal, with 34 days to go.
The smartphone claims to be the world smallest 4G Android phone and is manufactured by a Shanghai firm Unihertz. The smartphone will fit in just your palm, or the coin pocket or the smallest compartment of your bag. And it will come in the colors Pearl White, Sky Blue, and Space Black.
It will come in two RAM/Storage options. The 1GB RAM/ 8GB Storage variant is priced at $109 (roughly Rs. 6,900) and the 2GB RAM/16GB storage variant 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. The shipment is expected to be sent by the company sometime in August.
The Jelly smartphone sports a 2.45 inch TFT LCD display. And is powered by a 1.1GHz quad-core processor. As for the camera, it sports an 8 MP rear and 2 MP front camera. It comes with dual SIM support both of which support 4G on AT&T and T-Mobile networks in the US. The battery capacity of the smartphone is 950 mAh. And the connectivity options are GPS, Bluetooth v4.0, and Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n. Onboard sensors include Gyroscope, G-Sensor, and Compass.
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