China-based tech developer Unihertz has created what is says is the smallest 4G smartphone ever made.
Offered on Kickstarter, the Jelly smartphone has a minuscule 2.45-inch display and is designed to fit in a pocket without losing any functionality.
Featuring Android 7.o Nougat, Jelly is said to be able to run nearly any app from the Google Play Store.
As of now, the project has received over $151,000 USD in funding, far surpassing its $30,000 USD target. Over 1,700 people have backed the phone, which still has 34 days left on Kickstarter.
The full specs of the tiny smartphone are:
- 4G LTE
- 2.45-inch display with 240 x 432 resolution
- 950mAh battery
- 2-megapixel front-facing camera, 8-megapixel rear-facing camera
- dual SIM cards
- 1GB (standard version) or 2G RAM (pro version, higher tier pledge)
- 8GB storage (standard version) or 16GB (pro version)
The phone ships worldwide, with orders expected to go out starting in August.