Where there are companies working on large screened smartphones, with bezel-less designs, and 90 percent screen to body ratio, there is one company that does not want you to forget the importance of a small and compact device. A Kickstarter project has built what it claims is the world’s smallest 4G smartphone, called Jelly. Also Read - Facebook for Android will soon get dark mode and coronavirus tracking feature
This mini-sized smartphone project has already raised $115,000 in fund-raising, where the company had pledged a goal of $30,000 and they still have 34 days to go, as of today. The Jelly smartphone will come in two variants, which the Jelly and the Jelly Pro. Both the variants will be available in three color options, which is white, black and blue. Interestingly, both the Jelly smartphones will come with the complete set of features of the Android Nougat as well. Also Read - Scientists develop soft contact lens that can zoom with a blink
The Jelly and the Jelly Pro will be powered by a 1.1GHz quad-core processor. The two will feature a 2.45-inch LCD display. For photography, the smartphones sport an 8-megapixel camera at the back and a 2-megapixel camera on the front. The smartphones come with dual nano SIM support and gyroscope and GPS sensors for connectivity.
What’s different is that the Jelly smartphone will come with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage, whereas the Jelly Pro will feature 2GB of RAM and 16GB of onboard memory.
Additionally, the company claims that for many people Jelly is a lightweight backup for their main phone and so it should be powered-up and ready to go when you are. Therefore, they equipped the Jelly smartphones with a 950mAh replaceable battery, which the company claims gives up to 3 days working time (average usage) or up to 7 days on standby, on a full charge.