World’s First Smallest 4G Andriod Smartphone | AIB
Have you come across small sized 4G Andriod smartphone? Shanghai-based company Unihertz is developing the world’s smallest 4G smartphone called Jelly and Jelly Pro. Even it is mini-sized it comes with full features.
Both Jelly and Jelly Pro runs on Android Nougat 7.0, the latest operating system found on most new Android smartphones. Both has a 2.45-inch screen with a resolution of 432 x 240 pixels TFT LCD technology. Both phones have quad-core processors with 1.1 GHz speed, supports two Nano SIM cards with the 4G network, GPS, gyroscope sensor, 8MP rear camera and 2 MP front camera. Specifications offered are kind of unusual for these smartphone.
The difference between the two smartphones is in RAM and internal storage. Jelly comes with 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal storage, while Jelly Pro equipped with 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage. Both can be further expandable via microSD card up to 32 GB.
Battery capacity 950 mAh has been presented in Jelly and Jelly Pro. The Unihertz party claims that its batteries can last for three days for regular use or seven days in standby. Also, this smartphone is designed as a backup to accompany the first smartphone.
Both smartphones will have three color choices consisting of Pearl White, Sky Blue, or Space Black. For now, Unihertz is still raising funds on the Kickstarter site looking for crowd funding. The company is expected to ship the mini-sized Android handset sometime in August.
Full specifications of the Jelly smartphone:
2.45-inch display with 240 x 432 resolution
2-megapixel front-facing camera; 8-megapixel rear-facing camera
1.1 GHz quad-core processor
Dual SIM card
Choice of 1GB or 2GB RAM (Pro version)
Choice of 8GB of storage or 16GB of storage (Pro version)