Today Unihertz launched a new crowdfunding product – Jelly 2, which is currently the world’s smallest 4G mobile phone equipped with Android 10 system.
Jelly 2 is the successor of Unihertz’s first mobile phone, Jelly. The original Jelly in 2017 used a 2.45-inch screen, which made its soft keyboard almost unusable and poor battery life. Jelly 2 fixed these two problems.
Jelly 2 uses a larger 3-inch 480×384 screen. Although it is still very small, a 20% increase in size makes a big difference. Some light typing operations are still possible.
In terms of performance, Jelly 2 is equipped with a MediaTek Helio P60 processor, which is estimated to be enough. After all, with such a small screen, it is not worth trying hard-core multitasking.
The smartphone has a 2000mAh battery, which is small by the standard of an Android phone, but it is estimated that it is sufficient for this small screen phone.
For the camera, there is a 16-megapixel sensor on the back of the machine, and an 8-megapixel sensor for selfies, which is estimated to be available.
In other respects, the thickness of this phone is 16.5 millimeters, which is like a pebble in the hand, with a rear fingerprint sensor. According to foreign media, the experience is very bad, not as good as none.
The phone has built-in 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage space, and has a headphone jack, so you can just use it as a compact MP3 player.
Jelly 2 is priced from US $129 (about 901 yuan) on Kickstarter, and may be considered as a backup smartphone.