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Crowdfunding project of the week: Jelly is a tiny phone running Android Nougat
Sunday is crowdfunding day here at Android Authority. This is where we feature some of the hottest gadgets coming from websites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo. Today we have a nice little phone to show off, so let’s jump right in.
Other featured projects:
- Cosmo Connected smart brake light for motorcyclists
- Spark turns your phone into a DSLR camera remote
- Penna is a retro keyboard that looks like a typewriter
Unihertz is using Kickstarter to introduce Jelly, a device they claim to be the smallest 4G smartphone in existence. And with a 2.45-inch screen, it is certainly one of the smallest Android device we have ever seen.
The main selling point here is that this phone is ultra portable; capable of fitting anywhere (even coin pockets). It is a small, inexpensive handset for casual users, or to be used as a secondary smartphone.
This is by no means a powerhouse, but don’t expect it to be incapable of carrying out your daily needs. It is packed with a 1.
1 GHz quad-core processor, 1-2 GB of ram, 8-16 GB of internal storage, a 2.45-inch 240×432 display, an 8 MP rear camera, a 2 MP front shooter, dual-SIM support and a 950 mAh battery. All backed by Android Nougat and 4G LTE speeds.
Those specs are nothing to write home about, but the price might be. You can sign up for a Jelly phone with as low as $79, by supporting the Kickstarter campaign. Are any of you signing up?