A Kickstarter campaign for the world’s smallest 4G smartphone already surpassed its pledged amount of $30,000 and reached 684 backers, while still having 34 days to go. The project involves building a mini-sized phone that runs Android 7.0 Nougat and supports 4G network.
Unihertz, the team behind the idea describes the smartphone as the “ultimate answer to any situation where using a heavy, expensive primary phone is inconvenient.” The phone’s main selling point is its size, but not in the way that we’ve gotten used to.
Smartphone display sizes are becoming increasingly bigger, and a good example of this is Samsung’s Galaxy S8+, which packs a 6.2-inch screen and was well received on the market. However, there are some users wh… (read more)
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