The world’s smallest Android 10 smartphone

There are many small mobiles, but having a powerful, modern and updated operating system is not so common.

That is why the Jelly 2 draws attention, a new mobile that now appears on kickstarter to reach those who need portability and flexibility.

It is from the Unihertz company, who presents it as the world’s smallest 4G phone with Android 10. It is the successor to the original Jelly from 2017, improving its battery and keyboard, among other things.

It features a 3-inch 480 x 384 screen, and has a workable keyboard for quick searches, chat responses, and more. The device is only slightly larger than the original, something that has been necessary to solve the keyboard and battery problems that we mentioned.

It has a modest MediaTek Helio P60 processor. It is not suitable for complex games, of course, but it has a 2000 mAh battery that guarantees adequate use during the day for the apps for which it is intended.

The camera has a 16-megapixel sensor on the back and an 8-megapixel sensor for selfies. Its thickness is 16.5mm, and it has a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. The RAM is 6GB (impressive) and the storage space is 128GB. There is a headphone jack, so it can be used as a pocket player without any hassle.

Its price on the kickstarter is $ 129, so it could perfectly serve as a secondary phone for when we go to the mountains and we do not want to carry a piece of more than 6 inches in our pocket.

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