Jelly:Worlds Smallest 4G Android Smartphone

Jelly:Worlds Smallest 4G Android Smartphone

By Udit Agarwal

An interesting 'coin pocket-sized' smartphone has made its way on KickStarter which is simply looking for a crow funding. The device is called Jelly, and the mini-sized smartphone supports the Android version 7.0 Nougat, dual-SIM (Nano+Nano), and 4G connectivity. The Jelly smartphone is manufactured by the manufacturer Shanghai firm Unihertz, and it touts it to be the "smallest 4G Android smartphone in the world." The smartphone fits into the person coin pocket, the smallest compartment in your bag, the front pocket of your shirt, or just the palm of your hand.

It will be made available in Pearl White, Sky Blue, and Space Black colour options. It will be available in two variant of RAM / Storage. The Jelly with 1GB RAM/ 8GB Storage is priced at $109 which is roughly Rs. 6,900 in the Indian price and the Jelly Pro with 2GB RAM/16GB storage is priced at $125 which is roughly Rs. 8,000 in Indian price.

The Jelly smartphone sports a 2.45-inch (240x432 pixels) TFT LCD display with 201ppi pixel density. It is powered and supported by a 1.1GHz quad-core processor, and is available in two RAM/ storage bundles which is already listed above. The storage can be extended further via microSD card slot of up to 32GB. On the photography department, there is an 8-megapixel rear camera and a 2-megapixel front sensor. The two SIM-slots support 4G on AT&T and T-Mobile networks in the America. The Jelly smartphone packs with a battery of 950mAh that is rated to offer three days of battery and seven days on standby. The connectivity options include GPS, Bluetooth v4.0, and Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n. Onboard sensors include Gyroscope, G-Sensor, and Compass, and dimensions of the Jelly are at 92.3x43x13.3mm.