JELLY’S TINY PHONE
MEET Jelly – a new phone from Unihertz, which claims the handset is the smallest 4G smartphone you can buy – it has a 2.45in screen (the iPhone 8’s screen is 4.7in), and measures only 92mm by 43mm. It’s 13mm thick.
So we’ve established that it’s small, but what can it do? Well, it runs Android 7 Nougat, so it can do all the things OS can, as well as all the things the apps in the Google Play store can.
It’s got a quad-core 1.1GhZ processor, and 2GB of ram. Its rear camera can capture images of 8MP, while the front can manage 2MP, but the rear can also capture 1080p HD video.
Battery life has been a bit of a concern, though – the company claims it will last “about a day”, although some edge-case testing returned battery life of around three hours, which does not sound good.
The best bit, though, is the price – you can snag one for around £95, although be warned – you’ll need very small hands and very good eyesight. Visit unihertz.com for details.
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