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Jelly is currently the smallest Android phone in the world. This project was created by a group of mobile engineers and designers based in Shanghai.



Jelly (Source: Kickstater)

 

A group of Shanghai based engineers and designers that are referred to as Unihertz are behind the creation of the Android phone called Jelly. This group have had in combine more than ten years’ experience in mobile devices. According to Unihertz Facebook page, this project is the first for the group as a whole likewise their first Kickstarter.

 

For a price of $79, one can pre-order the phone.  The phone comes in 3 different colors such as black, white, and sky-blue. The project for the world’s smallest smart phone has moderately around a month remaining in fundraising. Due to the way of how Kickstaters can get delay in releasing their product, may take more than a month to get things done, and hopefully by the fall shipment of the phone should be expected.


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