Check out the world’s small­est 4G smart­phone

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In to­day's world, where large-screen smart­phones have be­come the norm, a new smart­phone with a tiny 2.45-inch screen has sur­faced. Dubbed Jelly, the hand­set is claimed to be the world's small­est 4G-en­abled smart­phone and is cur­rently at the fund­ing stage on Kick­starter web­site.

Jelly runs An­droid 7.0 Nougat op­er­at­ing sys­tem and can eas­ily fit into one's palm or in the coin pocket of jeans. Mea­sur­ing 92.3mmx43mmx13.3mm, it is man­u­fac­tured by Shanghai-based com­pany Uni­hertz.

The com­pany has plans to bring two mod­els of the smart­phone - Jelly and Jelly Pro. Both de­vices are pow­ered by a 1.1GHz quad-core pro­ces­sor paired with 1GB/2GB of RAM. They also in­clude 16GB/32GB of in­ter­nal stor­age.

The dual SIM smart­phone sports a 2MP front cam­era, as well as an 8MP rear cam­era with LED flash. Con­nec­tiv­ity op­tions in­clude 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, Blue­tooth and GPS. The de­vice also in­cludes a G-sen­sor and com­pass. It comes with a 950mAh bat­tery that's claimed to de­liver three days of bat­tery backup.

Be­ing an An­droid-pow­ered smart­phone, the Jelly can fully use all apps avail­able on the Google Play Store. It's avail­able in Pearl White, Space Black and Sky Blue colour op­tions. For now, the Jelly is priced at $59 and Jelly Pro is priced at $75.

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