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Unihertz Jelly the world's smallest 4G LTE Android 7.0 Nougat smartphone

Tinuku ~ The smartphone screen is showing a large trend, but a startup company called Unihertz takes a reverse approach through a device called Jelly, the world's smallest 4G LTE smartphone in a 2.45 inch screen. Much smaller than the smartphone giant marked debut in Kickstarter 30 April.

Tinuku Unihertz Jelly the world's smallest 4G LTE Android 7.0 Nougat smartphone

A startup named Unihertz Jelly claims is the world's smallest 4G LTE smartphone that has a diagonal screen span of only 2.45 inches or much smaller than the smartphone giants that can reach screen sizes above 6 inches.

Finally, the smallest smartphone in the world soon became a reality when various smartphone makers built the device with large and heavy sizes. The smallest smartphone in the world can go into denim coin bags. Small size but comes in the latest technology.

The Unihertz Jelly screen uses a Thin Film Transistor (TFT) panel that has a resolution of 432 x 240 pixels. Smartphone Jelly only about 10 cm long and 4.3 cm wide. The latest device is the successor of the previous product, Unihertz Posh Micro, which was launched in 2015 ago.

Tinuku.com Unihertz Jelly the world's smallest 4G LTE Android 7.0 Nougat smartphone

Jelly mini size, but has a specification equivalent to a low-end Android phone. Device embedded MediaTek 6737M chip speed 1.1 GHz Quad-Core, 8 GB storage media and 1G Ram, and the operating system to use is the latest Android 7.0 Nougat.

Smartphone has dual-SIM support, 950 mAh removable battery and microSD memory card slot. Dual Camera on each side has a 5 megapixel and 2 megapixel capacity. The price is set at US$79 dollars.
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