Small baby phone named ‘Jelly’ runs Android’s latest version ‘Nougat 7.1.2’ which has a 2.4-inch screen.
Unihertz’s Jelly is a fully featured mini-sized phone supporting the ultra-fast 4G network. It is the eventual reply to any situation where using a heavy, expensive primary phone is inopportune. Jelly phone sounds like an all-things-miniature. The phone has a 2.45-inch display which is easily going to fit into your wallet. The phone comes in three colors: white, a sky blue, and black.
As an exponent of all the smartphone, Jelly is designed in a such a way that with the small module it consists of all new features. The phone might be the world’s smallest smartphone runs Android’s latest version Nougat.
The Jelly phone is under a half inch thick, and it masses just 60 grams. That means the battery is tiny. And heavy use will run it dry in about half a day. But it is removable so you can carry more than one. It has display less than two-and-a-half inches across. Jelly does bring some cool stuff to bear despite its sizes, like 4G LTE, dual SIM slots, microSD expansion, and Android 7.
The Jelly phone is to be an alternative to your smartphone. The phone should work with most 4G network carriers in the United States, including AT&T and T-Mobile. Jelly starts at $59.