Is your smartphone just too damn big?

A Kickstarter and Indiegogo campaign isn’t normally something we take a great deal of notice of here at Coolsmartphone. Usually it’s a product that rarely becomes reality. However, this one has actually resulted in a full product, and it’s tiny!

It’s the smallest 4G smartphone in the world and is called Unihertz Jelly Pro. This runs Android 7.0 Nougat and has 2GB RAM, 16GB storage and is available unlocked on Amazon around the world.

To be fair, the 2.45″ 240*432 pixel screen looks OK on the black version above, but it looks a little lost in the frame on the white version, as you can see on the shot below.

There’s two versions. The Jelly has 1GB RAM and 8GB storage, but we’ve heard from the company and they tell us that this will no longer be available. To “maintain the user experience” the Jelly Pro is the only one you can now get. It’s available to buy (on Amazon and through the Unihertz website), and has an increased 2GB RAM and 16GB of storage.

It’s 92.4x43x13mm. That’s basically less than 10cm high, just over 4cm wide and just over 1cm deep. Tiny, but ideal for strapping to your arm when you’re running and you still get to use all the Android stuff (like Strava, music, phone calls and the like). It weighs 60.4 grams and comes in black, white or blue. It’s powered by a quad-core 1.1GHz CPU and has an 8 megapixel rear camera with a 2 megapixel front cam.

WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, dual SIM and a 3.5mm audio port come as part of the deal, plus you can whack in a microSD card for more storage.

Want one? It’s £99.99

Update – The company tell me that this is designed to be a secondary phone due to the battery size.