Meet Jelly 2: World’s Smallest 4G Android Phone
Unihertz, a Chinese smartphone maker, launched the world’s smallest 4G smartphone with 6GB RAM.
Highlights of the Story
- Jelly 2 is almost the size of your credit card.
- It also has a 2000mAh battery packed in it.
When all the smartphone makers are running towards a bigger display, there’s one smartphone that sets itself apart.
A Chinese smartphone maker, Unihertz has listed its new phone, Jelly 2, on the Kickstarter website. They call this phone as the world’s smallest 4G smartphone.
Jelly 2 is supposedly almost the size of a credit card and offers a 3-inch display size. It is packed in with a 2,000mAh battery. Also, it is having a MediaTek Helio P60 octa-processor. The company claims the battery will last a day for the users.
Unihertz has a pledged goal of $50,000 which was achieved. It has since then crossed over $500,000. Additionally, the company says it has shipped over 30,000 units in over 70 countries.
Specifications of Jelly 2
Jelly 2 is featuring a display screen size of 3 inches. It runs on Android v10 with a promise of bloatware-free UI on top. The phone has a 2+1 slot wherein it supports a dual-SIM and has allotment for microSD card.
Unlike its first-gen Jelly, Jelly 2 supports a global satellite positioning system. Even more, it supports a GPS+Beidou+Glonass system with 5 types of sensors for more accurate navigation.
The smartphone has a 2.0 GHz MediaTek Helio P60 octa-core processor. It has a 6GB RAM and 128 GB of storage.
In terms of optics, it has a 16MP rear camera along with an 8MP front camera. It houses a rear fingerprint sensor.
With respect to pricing, the offer of “Super Early Bird” of $129 has expired. Now, a price tag of $159 is available which is $40 less than the retail price of the phone.
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