Jelly, the smallest 4G smartphone powered by Android Nougat. In the era of smartphones with large HD display and powerful processor backed up by a large battery, Unihertz has launched a small smartphone called Jelly. The Jelly smartphone is manufactured by Shanghai firm Unihertz.
The device was launched on as a Kickstarter project and the company was looking for crowdfunding to manufacture the device. Their goal was to reach funding of $30,000 but to their surprise total of 7,615 backers have contributed $798,677 and it’s still counting. The backing will end on June 6. The name is cute, the device is small but features are quite good. Jelly is powered by Android 7.0 Nougat.
The device is tiny still it offers dual-sim support. The device supports 4G network carriers with exception of CDMA. The device is powered by Quad-core CPU featuring four Cortex A-53 cores clocked at 1.1GHz. It has 950mAh battery which is advertised to last up to three days. It has an 8MP rear camera and 2MP front camera.
The display is very small at 2.45″ having a resolution of 480p. The device also supports Bluetooth 4.0 and WiFi. The device has support for location services like Google Maps thanks to built-in GPS. It supports various sensors like Gyroscope and Compass.
At the time of writing, there are two variants available of the smartphone, Jelly and Jelly Pro. Jelly will come with 1GB RAM with 8GB of storage. Jelly Pro will offer 16GB of storage with 2GB RAM.
Jelly was available at $59 Jelly Pro was available at $75 as a ‘Super Early Bid’ for first 300 units. Then price increased by $10 for both devices for next 500 units. Right now Jelly is priced at $79 and Jelly Pro at $95 with three colour options. Colour options are Pearl White, Sky Blue, and Space Black.
Do Check the video promo of Jelly Smartphone,