Jelly is an Android smartphone with 4G-LTE network support. The phone sports a 2.5-inch touchscreen display that makes the phone worth looking at and that earns it the title of ‘world’s smallest’ 4G smartphone.
As tiny as the device is, it features a 2.45-inch TFT display and under the hood is 1.1GHz quad-core processor alongside 2GB of RAM, and 16GB of inbuilt storage which can also be expanded via external microSD. The Jelly is powered by the latest Android 7.0 Nougat operating system and includes dual SIM slots. There’s also GPS for navigation and a gyroscope.
Camera-wise, it packs front (2MP) and rear (8MP) camera. The handset does have some boasting rights reserved for tiny models like itself, namely a battery life able to reach up to three days of usage before needing to be charged. The standby time is an excellent 7 days.
The phone will give buyers access to the Google Play Store and all the apps that come with that. As well, the phone will be usable on GSM carriers, so you can take it just about anywhere excluding the CDMA companies. If all that sounds great, there’s still one ‘catch,’ and it’s a big one — Jelly is being funded on Kickstarter, and as with any crowdfunded product, there’s a chance it’ll never hit shelves. If it does, though, the expected retail cost will be $109 USD.