Smartphones have been growing rapidly in innovation and technology these past few years and it is made evident with all the full screen, 6GB or 8GB RAM devices we are seeing around. Nonetheless, we have noticed that as these devices are evolving, they are also growing in size, well that is if they are not being manufactured by Unihertz.
Unihertz is an OEM who just dished out two crowd-sourced smartphones on the well-known campaigning site, Kickstarter that are tagged the Jelly Pro and Jelly. These handsets are the true definition of the word portable as they both come in with small displays below the 3-inch size.
The difference between these two handsets isn’t much as it only arises in their memory compartments. Whilst the base model, the Jelly sports 1GB of RAM and 8GB of ROM, the much more powerful Jelly Pro is graced with 2GB RAM and 16GB ROM. That aside, everything else is pretty much the same on both devices.
They are both equipped with an 8-megapixel camera on the back panel which is accompanied upfront by a 2Mpix selfie snapper for all video calling apps. They sport a 2.45 inch TFT that has a resolution of 240 x 432 pixels. The lights of this handset are kept on by a 950mAh battery pack that should do quite well with the specs mentioned above.
The handsets come with an unspecified quad-core processor ticking at a speed of 1.1GHz under the hood. Impressively, both devices come 4G LTE connectivity and the sweetness of the Android Nougat Operating System operational from the box.
Hard not to be interested in this niche device, head over to their campaign page at Kickstarter and back this project to secure yourself one.