Sometimes few gadgets appear so small that they simply look like toys. Hence, today in this article I will show you the world’s smallest mobile phone, as it has the size of two coins (but is lighter than one), has the entry for operator chip, sends text messages and even makes phone calls.

Meet Zanco Tiny t1 – World’s Smallest Phone!

Ever thought of having a small smartphone that fits in the smallest pocket of your pants? This smartphone is called Jelly and is considered the smallest smartphone with 4G connectivity. This device comes with the Android 7.0 Nougat operating system and will be available in two versions: Jelly, with 1 GB of RAM and 8GB of storage memory, and Jelly Pro with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage memory, as earlier we reported.

This is a dual-SIM smartphone, which comes with a 950 mAh battery that offers a range of 3 days (with normal use) and 7 days in standby mode. The front camera is of 2 Mega Pixel and the rear is 8 Mega Pixel.

However, today’s trend is to have smartphones with large screens that offer the best user experience. However, a campaign is underway on the crowdfunding platform Kickstarter, the smallest phone in the world, which is to be a success.

Sometimes few gadgets appear so small, so small that they simply look like toys. The Tiny Zanco T1 is one of them: it has the size of two coins (but is lighter than one), has the entry for operator chip, sends text messages and even makes phone calls.

In funding on the Kickstarter, the tiny Tanco Zanco already raised $49,000, up from its original goal of $33,000. In the video, it seems that we are before a person with a giant hand.

The tiny Tanco Zanco is 46.7 mm high, 21 mm wide and 12 mm thick, weighing less than the grains I use to make a single mug of coffee. Inside it has an entry for Nano-SIM, 32 MB RAM, MediaTek processor and 0.49-inch OLED screen with modest 64 × 32 pixel resolution.

The 200 mAh battery can withstand 180 minutes of calls or three days in standby and can be recharged in the Micro-USB port. And the 32 MB memory allows you to store up to 300 contacts, 50 text messages and 50 call records made or received. It even has Bluetooth to sync contacts and songs.

And why the hell would you buy such a small cell phone that only supports 2G networks? The creators say that it can work as a second cell phone (after all, you can take it anywhere without bothering with the size or weight), it is useful for those who like to walk with the least thing possible (such as joggers and cyclists ) and because it can help you start a conversation at the bar.

The mini-micro-cell phone is available in a crowdfunding campaign on the Kickstarter. One unit costs from 30 pounds (approximately $132). Deliveries are expected to begin in May 2019.

So, what do you think about this new world’s smallest cell phone? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.


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