Unihertz’s Jelly, The World’s Smallest Android 7.0 4G Smartphone on Kickstarter

Unihertz just unveiled the world’s smallest 4G smartphone – Jelly on Kickstarter. Jelly is a mini-size smartphone with 2.45″ display size running Android 7.0 Nougat. Estimated to deliver in August 2017. Jelly base model will cost just $109, while Jelly Pro model is priced at $125.

Jelly, The Smallest 4G Smartphone


  • Measurement: 3.6 inches tall and 1.7 inches wide
  • 2.45 inch TFT LCD display
  • Resolution: 240 X 432 Pixels at 201 PPI
  • Multi-touch point up to 5 points
  • Quad-core 1.1GHz Cortex A53 processor up to 1GB ROM & 8GB RAM
  • Android 7.0 Nougat
  • Gyroscope
  • Ultra-fast 4G network
  • Bluetooth 4.0
  • GPS connectivity
  • GSM/CDMA/LTE support
  • Dual Nano SIM cards
  • Micro SD Card slot up to 32GB
  • Front (2MP) and rear (8MP) facing cameras
  • 950mAh battery that boasts 3 days of working time and 7 days of standby
  • Color: Pearl White, Sky Blue, and Space Black
  • Price: $59 USD

The Kickstarter campaign has already raised over $150,000 against the original goal of $30,000, which the company hit in under an hour. So far, the campaign has over 1,800 backers.

Press Release: Jelly – The World’s Smallest Android Smartphone Combines Style with Affordable 4G Connectivity

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