Jelly – the world's smallest Android smartphone with support for 4G

Shanghai company Unihertz opened fundraising via crowdfunding platform Kickstarter for its smartphone Jelly, which is positioned as the smallest mobile device with support for 4G LTE networks.The device is equipped with a 2.45-inch display with...

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Shanghai company Unihertz opened fundraising via crowdfunding platform Kickstarter for its smartphone Jelly, which is positioned as the smallest mobile device with support for 4G LTE networks.

Jelly – the world's smallest Android smartphone with support for 4G

The device is equipped with a 2.45-inch display with a resolution of 432×240 pixels, 2 MP front and 8 MP main camera, Quad-core chipset with a maximum frequency of 1.1 GHz, battery capacity of 950 mAh, slot for cards microSD up to 32 GB, a slot for 2 SIM-cards and modules Wi-Fi 802.11 n, Bluetooth 4.0 and GPS. Jelly got 1 GB RAM and 8 GB ROM, Jelly Pro – 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB ROM. Works novelty running Android 7.0 Nougat. The creators of the gadget claim that a small battery capacity does not prevent the device to work up to 3 days in offline mode.

Jelly – the world's smallest Android smartphone with support for 4G

Jelly is available in white, blue and black color variations. The first investors will get Jelly for $59, and Jelly Pro for $75. Deliveries will begin in August 2017, the recommended retail price will be $109. The list of supported 4G networks introduced MTS, Beeline and MegaFon.

Jelly – the world's smallest Android smartphone with support for 4G

It is worth noting that Unihertz has already gathered several times more than the planned $30 000, at the moment, the company has received more than $130 0000, and the fundraiser will be open for more than 34 days.


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