Jelly, the world’s smallest smartphone, could soon be coming to the global smartphone market. It is meant to aim for consumers who do not like bulky smartphones. But that does not mean the phone lack in features, as the mini-sized device will come packed with several functionalities and run the latest Android 7.0 Nougat operating system. The funds for the phone is being raised by Kickstarter. Jelly is said to be able in delivering internet connectivity over a 4G network. It will reportedly work with most 4G network carriers in the US as of now. The phone starts at $59 and is supposed to start shipping by this summer.
The Jelly handset offers 8GB of internal storage, and the Jelly Pro provides 16GB of storage. However, the storage capacity could be increased using a microSD card up to 32GB. Both these variants will have a 2.45-inch display and will be fueled by a 950 mAh replaceable battery. The company claims that the battery will reportedly provide three days working time and seven days standby. Other key features include GPS, gyroscope and dual-SIM. On the camera front, Jelly will have an 8MP rear camera and a 2MP selfie camera.
Jelly will probably be used as an alternative device to your regular smartphone, as you can take it when going to the gym or a run.The Kickstarter description reads as: “Choosing the mini-sized Jelly doesn’t mean compromising on your favourite Apps either. Using the latest Android operating system, Jelly can run virtually any App from the Google Play store. Whether you want to play games or chat with friends, go ahead and fill Jelly with all your essential Apps and enjoy the convenience and reliability that you would expect from any phone.”
Full specifications of the Jelly, world’s smallest 4G 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)