Jelly, the smallest Android smartphone there is

Launched on Kickstarter, Jelly has some interesting features: 4G connection, 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage

On Kickstarter, one of the main crowdfunding platforms where you can seek funding for your hi-tech ideas, Unihertz has launched Jelly, the smallest 4G smartphone. And in fact, taking a look at its display of just 2.45 inches, it really is.

A choice, that of Unihertz, in countertrend, considering the road taken by major smartphone manufacturers, increasingly oriented towards the realization of very large screens. The idea of the startup based in Shanghai is also a bit 'retro and reminiscent of small GSMs that, unlike the first generation cell phones, could fit in your pocket. Jelly, this is the name of the miniature smartphone, is not only interesting for the size of the display, but also for its features. Starting with the operating system, Android Nougat 7.0.

Features of Jelly

And if you thought that Unihertz's device is limited in terms of technical specifications, you would be making a big mistake. The smartphone, in fact, has a basic 1.1 GHz processor with a 1 GB of Ram and 8 GB of internal storage space. The "premium" version, however, mounts 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of storage. The memory can be extended up to 32 GB, through the micro SD card slot. Discreet also the photographic sector: the rear camera is 8 megapixels, while the front one is just 2 MP. Jelly has all the cards to be used as a normal smartphone, with the advantage of being a practical device due to its small size. The small phone is also dual sim, equipped with GPS and gyroscope.

Price and release date

Interesting also is the 950mAH battery that, according to the startup, lasts 3 days using Jelly intensively and 7 in stand-by. Reduced also the price. For the basic version will serve only 59 dollars (54 €, at current exchange rates), while for the Pro version the dollars required will be 75 (just over 68 €). The first deliveries of Jelly will start in August 2017.

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