While half of the world is running after 5.5-inch smartphones, a Chinese mobile maker is sailing against the wind. The Shanghai based Unihertz has crafted a tiny piece of communication, Jelly, that boasts a screen size of 2.45”. And the phone is 4G LTE. That is incredible, isn’t it?

Jelly takes you back to the world, when small was beautiful. But this phone is not only aesthetically perfect, it is equally functional. In a rare feat, Unihertz managed to raise more than $124K in less than 24 hours during its crowd-funding campaign on Kickstarter. Surprisingly, the phone hoarded $30K in just first 57 minutes.

If you look at the features of this Lilliputian Android phone, you will be eager to get your hands on this small wonder. Apart from its size, people are interested in its 4G LTE support. And the promise of Android 7 Nougat software is something incredible for any Android user. The price, which costs $69, is a perfect proposal given other promising features.

The project is completely funded and now, there are only 34 days left to the launch of Jelly and its sibling Jelly Pro, which will be available at $95. The Pro one has 2GB RAM and 32GB internal memory. You can expect the deliver in August this year.

Full Specification of Jelly Android Phone

  • 1.1GHz quad-core processor
  • 2.45-inch five-point touchscreen (240-by-432 resolution)
  • 1 GB RAM (2 GB RAM in Jelly Pro)
  • 16 GB Internal Storage (32 GB internal storage in Jelly Pro)
  • Android 7.0 Nougat
  • 4G LTE
  • 950mAh battery
  • 2MP Front Camera and 8MP Rear Camera
  • Dual nano SIM card slots
  • 802.11 a/b/g/n 2.4GHz/5Ghz WiFi
  • Bluetooth 4.0
  • GPS, G-Sensor, Compass, Gyroscope

With Jelly come the heydays of small-sized smartphones, which were cruelly crushed by Samsung’s foray into large-screen devices. Maybe Apple gets some inspiration from Jelly and toy with the idea of launching smaller iPhones again in a completely new avatar. All the best to Jelly and Apple!

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