While most manufacturers are now focusing on big smartphones, with virtually no bezels and increased screen to body ratio, a small company wants to do things differently! To be more specific, we’re talking about a Kickstarter project, started to finance the world’s smallest 4G smartphone, called Jelly.
Until this very moment, $115,000 in funding has been raised, way more than the initial goal of $30,000. And considering that there are still 34 days left for the campaign, we’re convinced that this amount will grow!
The Jelly smartphone is available in two variants, one with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage, as well as the Pro version, with 2GB of RAM and 16 gigs of storage. And you can also choose from three colors, like white, black and blue.
Otherwise, both variants of the handset come with a 1.1GHz quad-core processor, 2.45″ LCD display, 8 MP camera on the back and a 2MP selfie unit. They have dual nano SIM support, as well as gyroscope and GPS sensors, while the operating system is Google’s Android 7.0 Nougat. In a nutshell, this little thing is pretty powerful for a device its size!
The company behind the whole project claims that the Jelly smartphone can be used as a backup phone, so it should always be powered-up. Speaking about powering it up, the handset comes with a 950mAh replaceable battery, able to provide 3 days of working time or up to 7 days, in standby, on a single charge. Definitely worth giving a shot, if you ask us!