Kyocera introduced the world's smallest smartphone

At one time, Motorola launched the Moto Z mobile phone, only 5.2 millimeters thick, albeit not counting the essentially bulging camera. This week, Kyocera intercepted the palm in the production of miniature gadgets, presenting a mobile phone the size of a credit card.
The device, called KY-O1L, weighs less than 50 grams, is only 5.3 millimeters thick and will easily fit in a wallet in the business card compartment. “Baby” has a 2.8-inch screen, supports LTE standard and has a 380 mAh battery.
The cost of the device will be $ 300 and will go on sale in November.