Jelly 2: World's Smallest Android 10 4G Smartphone is available for pre-order
A little-known company Unihertz announced the 2nd generation of "nano station" Jelly. The credit card-sized device is billed as "the world's smallest smartphone with Android 10 operating system and support for 4G networks."
Jelly 2 is funded through the Kickstarter platform. The funds needed to launch the device into production have already been collected: from the requested $50 thousand, almost $560 thousand has already been raised. The project was supported by more than 3 thousand people.
The new product has a 3-inch screen (480x854 pixels), an NFC chip for making contactless payments, a fingerprint scanner, a microSD card slot, a navigation module (GPS, Beidou, GLONASS), as well as a 16-megapixel main and 8-MP selfie camera.
The amount of RAM is 6 GB, built-in 128 GB. 3.5 mm audio Jack allows you to use Jelly 2 as a player. The 8-core MediaTek Helios 60 processor serves as the" brains."
On the side of the case is a programmable button that can be assigned to launch Facebook, online maps, music, voice recorder, or other actions. The battery capacity was almost doubled — from 950 to 2000 mAh.
In Jelly 2, you can insert two physical "SIM cards." The device is not linked to a carrier, supports LTE networks around the world (including MTS, Beeline and MegaFon, Verizon and AT&T, T-Mobile, Orange, NTT DoCoMo, etc.) and can be used as a spare or travel phone.
On Kickstarter, the new product can be pre-ordered for $129. Deliveries are promised to start by December this year.