The Unihertz company is known for its love of small mobile devices. It has created such "babies" as Jelly, Titan and Atom, as well as more than 30 thousand realized devices. This time the Chinese manufacturer decided to create the second generation of his first compact Jelly, for which he used the Kickstarter service. It took 50 thousand dollars to produce the mini-smartphone, but in just a couple of days the users collected half a million.
The device the size of a bank card will be supported by 4G communication networks and the Android 10 operating system. Under the hood of the tiny device will be placed an eight-core Helio P60 in conjunction with 6 GB RAM and 128 GB ROM. The smartphone will receive the main camera at 16 megapixels and the front - at 8 megapixels. Thanks to the NFC-module, the device will be able to make contactless payments. Autonomy "crumb" will support a battery for 2000 mAh.
The cost of the novelty, which is rumored to appear closer to the beginning of winter, will be 200 dollars, now it can be ordered for 159 dollars.