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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 uni­ for de­tails.

An­swer the Jelly phone

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