Shanghai-based mobile phone innovators Unihertz has unveiled Jelly – the world’s smallest 4G smartphone. The new Jelly mini-smartphone makes a perfect phone when full features are needed without the bulk and expense of a flagship smartphone. It is perfect for exercise, travel, school or anywhere that a large, expensive and delicate smartphone is impractical. Its small size and low cost make it a great phone for children too.
Jelly measures an incredible 3.6 inches tall and 1.7 inches wide yet still boasts an attractive 2.45inch TFT LCD display, Android 7.0 Nougat and is compatible with the ultra-fast 4G network. It’s smooth, modern design is as ergonomic and appealing as its suggested introductory price – $59 USD. The colorful and powerful Jelly has most of the features of full-sized phones in a pocket-sized package that won’t break the bank and promises to be everyone’s favorite portable and affordable backup smartphone.
Jelly is powered by a quad-core 1.1 GHz processor with 1GB ROM & 8GB RAM running the latest version of Android – Nougat, and its 4G compatibility provides high-speed connectivity and thousands of compatible apps at an entry level price.
Although small in size, Jelly includes the convenience of dual Nano SIM cards, perfect for travel or a second phone number. It carries an impressive 950mAh battery that boasts 3 days of working time and 7 days of standby, exactly what’s needed in a portable secondary phone.
Jelly is available in 3 attractive colors – Pearl White, Sky Blue, and Space Black and also features front and rear facing cameras. UniHertz is celebrating the launch of Jelly on Kickstarter with special pricing for early adopters of its latest pocket-sized and powerful 4G smartphone.
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