These days, smartphones with large display panels are seen a lot. The screen size of smartphones has become equal to the screen size of a tablet. This is the reason why OTT platforms have become famous these days. People are using their mobile phones not only for making or listening to calls but also for their entertainment. Because of the big screen, it becomes fun to browse videos or play games. In this way, Shanghai company Unihertz has launched the world’s smallest Android smartphone Jelly 2. The company also launched the Jelly smartphone in 2017, which was launched with the smallest screen at that time. Apart from this, the company has also launched a small mobile phone named Unihertz Atom.
As a pocket-friendly smartphone, Apple recently introduced its iPhone SE 2020, which comes with a 4.7-inch screen. Jelly 2 has been launched in just 3 inch screen size.
This smartphone comes with a 2,000mAh battery. The special feature of this smartphone is that it works on Google’s latest operating system Android 10. It also has many sensors and upgraded camera features including GPS.
Talking about the camera feature of the phone, it comes with a 16MP rear camera and an 8MP selfie camera. The size of this smartphone is equal to the size of a credit card or portable MP3 player. It costs around Rs 9,500. It is highly unlikely to be launched in India. The company has introduced it to crowdfunding.